On the interior, the Phantom 530 doesn’t come short of space.
Along the fore area of the casing are stacks after stacks of removable 3.5″ tool-less drive bays.
Once they’re removed, it makes a whole lot of extra room for other components …….. like radiators, coolant tank, hamster cage and whatever you feel like putting in there.
One of the bays come with an adjustable fan holder, just in case you’d want air flow assistance within the casing.
The Phantom 530’s openings come with rubber grommets, making it ideal for cable management.
8x PCI-E expansion slots to cater a variety of graphic card configuration.
Tool-less 5.25″ bays.
And here’s the view of the ceiling, the grips are quite firm but they’re tough as well. I had a bit of problem removing the top panel, not because it was tough but I was just afraid I’d break something on such a lovely casing.
As for the bottom part of the interior, the power supply area comes with some stilts that raises the PSU from touching the bottom of the casing.