NZXT CA-PH530-W1 Phantom 530 - Caja de ordenador, color negro
Del 19 al 25 de marzo de 2018. Descubre más aquí.
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Descripción del producto
Altavoces incorporados: No
Altura: 543 mm
Altura máxima de la CPU más fresco: 28,2 cm
Ancho: 235 mm
Cantidad de puertos tipo A USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1): 2
Color del producto: Negro
Diámetro de ventiladores frontales soportados: 120,140,200 mm
Diámetro de ventiladores inferiores secundarios soportados: 120 mm
Diámetro de ventiladores secundarios soportados: 140 mm
Diámetro de ventiladores traseros soportados: 120,140 mm
Diámetros de ventiladores superiores soportados: 120,140,200 mm
Entrada de audio: Si
Factor de forma: Full-Tower
Formas de factor de tarjeta madre soportadas: ATX,EATX,Micro-ATX
Fuente de alimentación incluida: No
Gestión de cables: Si
Materiales: De plástico, Acero
Máxima longitud de la tarjeta de gráficos: 44,4 cm
Máximo de ventiladores frontales: 2
Máximo de ventiladores posteriores: 1
Máximos ventiladores inferiores: 2
Máximos ventiladores laterales: 1
Máximos ventiladores superiores: 3
Número de puertos 3.5": 6
Número de puertos 5.25": 3
Número de ranuras de expansión: 8
Peso: 10,5 kg
Profundidad: 572 mm
Salida de audio: Si
Tamaños de disco duro soportados: 3.5"
Ubicación de fuente de alimentación: Fondo
Ventana lateral: Si
Ventiladores frontales instalados: 1x 200 mm
Ventiladores traseros instalados: 1x 140 mm
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MASSIVELY better at drive location and cable routing than the old Antec I came from. I never managed cables before, because I never had a window. Now with the window, I had to sort of try at least. :)
I did have to remove one of the cable management grommets to get a cable to make a turn from the underside of the motherboard into the port (MSI Z87 MPower), but that's not the case's fault. I also installed a Corsair H80i water cooling unit, which will NOT fit underneath the upper shroud. I ended up sticking the radiator right behind the CPU, which made things tight because I didn't plan my installation properly, but that's my fault not the case.
The build quality is up there; the drive door feels like you're closing a piano lid, not like a hinged piece of plastic. It's something small, but noticeable. Also, the SSD drive tray on the backside of the motherboard tray is awesome. I don't know if this is in a bunch of other cases, but it was a "no s***, why not do it like this" moment.
It easily fits my Corsair H80i CPU liquid cooler and there's plenty of space for an H100, which I plan to upgrade to now that I can fit it. There is enough space to fit a total of 7 hard drives with an SSD mount behind the motherboard and 6 bays for HDD or SSD. There are also 2 dust filters that slide out from the bottom of the case so they can be cleaned. The top does not have a filter and can potentially let a lot of dust settle in while the computer is off but it's not hard to make one on your own.
There are 2 LED's that come built in; one in the back near the exhaust fan that you can switch on and off and one in the front on the outside by the CD drive bays which you cannot turn off. I put LED strips with a remote controller inside mine and it looks great.
One thing I do not like about this case is that the glossy finish makes it super easy to leave fingerprints all over it. Once I finished putting everything inside of it there were fingerprint marks everywhere, but it wasn't too hard to wipe it down and make it shiny again. Also there are only 2 USB ports on the front, but at least they are USB 3.0.
Overall it's a wonderful case and deserves the full 5/5 stars.
PS. I stole the batman sticker idea from another review on here, ha.
PSS. I don't know why amazon rotated my photos.
My son is doing his first real build. I built him a gaming computer for his 4th birthday and put a Spiderman sticker. He has been into tinkering with me ever since and is in a high school CTE program for computer programming and repair. A couple of years ago, I helped him add components to a prebuilt barebones, but after getting good with the little screwdrivers at school, he feels ready to build something nice. He has been saving a while, and this case was the second thing he picked out, after the processor.
I'm jealous. SO jealous. I haven't built anything in a few years (I have lupus and have lost a lot of mobility in my hands). It's been even longer since I built anything off an atx motherboard, so I haven't looked at giant cases in ages. This one is metal, but it's lighter than it looks because of the mesh it has for airflow. That is one nice feature right there. The side panels come off and go back on super easily - everything is easy to find, and wires are routed in ways that make sense.
And it's beautiful. For the money, I don't see how you can do better.
NOTE: this is massive. If you are looking for something unobtrusive, this isn't it.