Today, we are taking a look at NZXT’s latest Phantom 820 Full-Tower Gaming Chassis. NZXT went out and completely redesigned their original mid-tower Phantom series cases to a more attractive, better performing chassis, which also comes with additional features that can only be found on high-end gaming chassis on this market at a premium price point. The Phantom 820 takes much of the features of the Switch 810 when it comes to interior design, but with a lot more improvements. While we take a look at the NZXT Phantom 820, we’ll discuss the differences between our previous gaming chassis that we used for the past year, the Cooler Master Storm Trooper, which by all means is a nice chassis, but we’ll also examine how the NZXT Phantom 820 also blows the Cooler Master Storm Trooper out of the water. Sure the price difference is a whooping $50-$100 (depending on stores), but both of these chassis share similar features: both are Full-Tower, both come with a mesh type side, top and come with fan filters, both also support USB 3.0, and come with a fan controller, but the NZXT Phantom 820 also has its own tricks up its sleeve.
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