NZXT PHAN-001RD - Caja de ordenador de sobremesa, rojo
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- 7 opciones de refrigeración del ventilador
- Soporte de radiador doble
- Recortes de watercooling
- Cinco controles de ventilador de 20 vatios por canal
- Espacio para abarcar 7 unidades de disco duro y cinco bahías 5.25"
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 54 cm
Ancho: 22,2 cm
Bahías externas de unidad de disco: 5x 5.25"
Bahías internas de unidad de disco: 5x 3.5"
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 2
Cantidad de puertos eSATA: 1
Color del producto: Rojo
Entrada de audio: Si
Factor de forma: Full-Tower
Formas de factor de tarjeta madre soportadas: ATX, EATX, Micro-ATX
Indicadores LED: Si
Materiales: De plástico, Acero
Peso: 11 kg
Profundidad: 62,3 cm
Salida de audio: Si
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Now, that being said, I want to go through the order I installed my components in the case. Hopefully this will help others in the future who purchase this for their builds.
1. There are six thumb screws on the back of the case. Mine were very tight and had to be loosened with a standard phillips head screwdriver before I could untwist them with my hand. I took the top two and the bottom two out and didn't put them back in. The middle screws just needed to be loosened slightly then pushed downwards. They are spring loaded to allow the front and back panels to swing outwards. There is no need to remove them completely.
2. I opened the front panel and removed it completely. When swung all the way out, it falls away easily. There are no latches or screws to untwist. It's a very unique but efficient design.
3. In the bottom front right SSD slot is a box with instructions and bags of screws in it. Go ahead and remove that. Open the box and take the screws out. Look through the instructions and familiarize yourself with the inside of the case and plan in your head how you want things laid out. This step is especially important if you are installing a water-cooling system.
4. I installed the spacer nuts in the case. If you look carefully (I needed extra light for this) the back of the case has notations for different motherboard sizes. The screw holes are designated with letters. For me, I have an ATX motherboard and so I installed the spacers in the holes that had the letter A beside them. All of this is clearly explained with documentation that is etched into the metal itself inside the case. Grab a lamp or flashlight and shine it inside and you will be able to read it.
5. I installed my motherboard by screwing hexagonal screws into the spacers. Plenty are included in the box I mentioned a moment ago.
6. I installed my PCI-E cards (my graphics and sound cards) into the motherboard. I had to remove some of the PCI slot mesh bars in order to do so. My graphics card (MSI NVidia GTX 980 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00OD38516/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) required me to remove two of these before it would fit.
7. I put my PSU in and secured it with screws on the back of the case.
8. In the bottom of the case is a hole where all of the case wiring comes through. I took off the back case panel and pushed the PCI-E power cords, the main motherboard power cord, and the SATA power cord from my PSU through this hole and brought them back through the grommets on the case. This allowed me to plug them in while maintaining excellent cable management inside my case.
9. I plugged in the secondary power cable to my motherboard, hooked up the SATA info cables to my motherboard, and plugged in the Power, Reset, USB and other assorted case cables to my motherboard. Your motherboard should include instructions on where all of these connect.
10. I plugged in my case fans to the corresponding two pins. Each cable includes a small diagram of which fan it's for. They also correspond with the fan control sliders on the top of the case. Then I plugged in the standard molex connector that powers the fan systems.
11. Lastly, I slid the doors back on, secured the back thumbscrews, plugged in my monitors, sound cables, mouse, keyboard, etc. then plugged in the PSU and hit the power button.
The case is beautiful, the build was very easy, and it works great. Also, my case came with a USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 slots on the top of the case.
The sliders on the top will both lessen the speed of your fans and dim their LEDs, if they have any.
Con: Even though the case is huge, the plastic frame at front and on the top takes quite some spaces. Good thing is you can easily fit a full size fan at front, but what's bad is the space on top of the case is a little tight. Especially if you are using full module PSU and a full ATX MB it might be pretty hard to get the MB power wire go around top.
Same problem with small space on top. You wont be able to mount a two fan liquid cooler on top.
Other things: The additional hard drive rack is nice but useless. It's nearly impossible to plug wires to PSU as there is only about 1 inch space between them. But it's ez to take off.
~The Instructions - Now It's not often that someone actually reads the instructions, but when it comes to a first time, or even a casual PC builder, maybe even your first time, instructions can be quite handy. I've never had a case in which the instructions laid out everything so perfectly. The manual described installation for every single part, which screws to use where, every little detail. This brings me on to the next Pro
~The Organization - And by this I mean of the screws that came with it. Typically I've gotten cases that come with everyone in one giant bag, to be sorted out and sometimes just guessed on where to be put. This case came with multiple little baggies that were labelled with each and every type of screw for every component and the instructions easily told where to use each. It was simply amazing to me.
~Quality - The case is built very nicely, and it includes multiple locations for fans with great airflow. The case doesn't come fully loaded with every single fan, and a few points are picky about which fan you use. In particular, the top 200mm mounts will ONLY accept NZXT fans, this was a small con I was willing to overlook as I had purchased NZXT LED blue fans for it already, but if you have fans you plan to use already, odds are they won't fit the spot.
~Looks - This case is just plain cool. Especially with all the fans LED blue lit, if you purchase the extras, it's beautiful.
~Performance - Keeps all the parts inside nice and cool, even with them all being quite overclocked
~Doesn't come with all the fans, But not many cases do come fully loaded
~Limited hard drive space, compared to towers like an AZZA. If 6+ Hard drives or DVD drives are what you need, don't get this case.
~No Viewing port - It isn't a concern to me, but there is no real clear line of sight to see any of the parts inside, if this is an important aspect to you.
I recommend this case to anyone looking for an affordable, cool, (Cool looking too) and quality built Full ATX tower. For the price, I've been nothing but satisfied with my purchase and after having built it, would not change my mind at all