The roof looks very similar to the front panel and keeps the black stripes and mesh-theme going. Also here one can see the two fan holes with a single 140 mm exhaust fan pre-installed. The same fan holes also support 140 mm fans and also 240/280-sized radiators.
The power- and reset switches are located on the roof, on the left black stripe, and on the right stripe are the front panel connections and a three speed fan controller. The connections include the audio jacks, two USB2.0 and two USB3.0-ports.
Looking at the rear the Phantom 410 uses the common layout with a single 120 mm exhaust fan, seven ventilated card slots, two holes for water cooling hoses and finally a mounting hole for the power supply where it can be mounted either way. From the rear it's easy to see just how high the roof bezel really is and how the chassis itself is of the standard mid-tower variety.
The case has two plastic feet that run the whole length of the case with six rubber pads preventing any scratches on the desk. On the rear there's a power supply air intake with a finer mesh to help a bit against dust buildup and on the front yet another hole for an optional fan.
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