Phantom 630

Ultra Tower



Introducing the Phantom 630  


Allow us to introduce you to the future. NZXT
presents the Phantom 630 – a revolutionary
chassis taking bold
innovation to the next level.

In 2010, the original Phantom shook the industry with its daring,
timeless design. The following year, NZXT brought the
well-received Phantom design to a Mid-sized tower with the
Phantom 410. In 2012, the Phantom 820, again, raised the bar
for an entire industry, with its integrated HUE lighting system and
limitless cooling potential.



Now, NZXT does it again with the completely reimagined
of the Phantom 630.

Engineered to satisfy any enthusiast’s desires, the Phantom 630
features fully modular internal drive bays that can be reorganized



to your heart’s content.With all hard drive bays in place, the
Phantom 630 is still able to achieve high performance liquid cooling
with 3x120 radiator and 2x120 radiator support.

By rearranging your drive bay setup to fit with your specific needs,
the Phantom 630 is able to support a countless number of creative,
custom cooling configurations out of the box.



If you choose to remove all drive bays to accommodate extra
radiators or a large reservoir, the Phantom 630 comes with two

SSD mounts located behind the motherboard tray for a
minimalistic setup with maximum cooling capability.


Along with an integrated 30-watt single channel fan controller, the
Phantom 630 also features a dual-level motherboard tray, offering
unrivaled cable management and airflow capabilities. Further
minimizing cable clutter, the Phantom 630 is equipped with a
rear-mounted multi-port fan hub for a simple and clean fan
controller setup.


Tech Spec.

Size Ultra Tower
Drive Bays External 5.25" x 4 (Tooless)
Internal 3.5"/2.5": 8(2 x 2.5" behind MB) 1 x 3HDD cage, 1 x 2HDD cage, 1 x 1HDD cage (Fully Modular)
Cooling System Front 1 x 200 or 2 x 140mm( 1 x 200mm included ) 800rpm
Top 2 x 200 or 2 x 140 or 3 x 120mm ( 1 x 200mm included) 800rpm
Side 1 x 200mm (Included) 800 rpm
Rear 1 x 140mm (1 x 140mm included) 1,000rpm
Bottom 2 x 140mm
HDD Pivot 1 x 140mm
Dimensions 245mm(W) x 627mm(H) x 600mm(D)
Material SECC Steel, ABS Plastic
Motherboard Support ATX, Micro-ATX, XL-ATX, EATX (347mm x 272mm)
Expansion Slots 9
External Electronics 1 x Audio/Mic
2 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.0
SD Card Reader With SDHC & SDXC Support
I/O Panel LED On/Off
Single Channel 30-watt Fan Control (3-speeds)
Product Weight 12.3 kg
Warranty 2 years

Video Reviews

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Expert Reviews (17)

  • Overclockers Online

    The NZXT Phantom 630 is squarely aimed at the water cooling enthusiast; and to that end, I think they did a great job. With the ability more..

  • Benchmark Reviews

    Functionally, the case is more versatile than many of the competition's cases, and is certainly the most water-cooling friendly case I've seen at this price point. Actually, more..

  • FutureLooks

    In regards to the NZXT Phantom 630, I personally enjoy this enclosure for its features, cooling performance and installation options. Moving straight more..

  • 3D Game Man

    The NZXT Phantom 630 Case is a full tower case that's loaded with style and features. It comes with many more..

  • Overclock3D

    So how does the Phantom 630 measure up? Well NZXT have nothing to fear. We are more than impressed with the latest sibling to enter the Phantom family. more..

  • Gamers Nexus

    Build quality and construction exceeded our standards, and with cooling performance resting comfortably in the acceptable middle-ground, there's not much reason not to pick up a P630 more..

  • TweakTown

    Okay, I think I will start by covering the "wow factor". In the Phantom 630, there are quite a few things that fit this category. Outside, you have the aesthetics that more..

  • Hardware Secrets

    The NZXT Phantom 630 is the most complete full-tower case we've seen recently, allowing a very flexible configuration that more..

  • Anandtech

    the Phantom 630 is more feature rich, easier to move and assemble, and ultimately more forward thinking. Other companies should be keeping a close more..

  • Think Computers

    When it comes down to it NZXT has made some notable improvements to the Phantom 820 at the same time you are more..

  • eTeknix

    I personally think it looks fantastic and I especially love the fact that every bit of it is packed with little hidden touches, flawless paintwork and a complete lack of rough edges on the interior, build quality is easily on par with more..

  • BCC Hardware

    Overall, I'm happy with the Phantom 630. It met my expectations and functions great. It has a great look and can be configured to suit anyone's needs now or in the future. more..

  • Pnosker

    I found this a very easy and versatile case to build, and I feel that most modding enthusiasts who enjoy building computers for the sake of computers will be very satisfied with their options in this case. I found more..

  • Pure Overclock

    Visually the NZXT Phantom 630 is sleek yet rugged. It is very attractive to the eye with a gloss white finish (although it also comes in black) and smooth contoured lines. I really love the look of the entire case. The inside is by far the best chassis de more..

  • Bit Tech

    The Phantom 630 comes off favourably compared to its larger predecessor, mostly thanks to it costing at least £40 less at current prices. Air cooling more..

  • Tech Power Up

    In summary, the NZXT Phantom 630 is a very good chassis if you do not want the tricks and features of the 830, but require a case of similar size. It actually does improve on the ODD locking mechanisms found more..

  • Hard OCP

    The NZXT Phantom 630 is everything an enthusiast could want in a case and more, and at $179.99 on Amazon with FREE Super Saver shipping, it is appropriately priced as well for a case that defines "enthusiast." more..

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