Create Your Own Phantom 240 in NZXT’s Latest Competition

Posted on May 5, 2014 11:15 AM by J.D. Kane

I don’t know about you, but there has always been a part of me that has always wanted to design a PC chassis. Whether it’s actually helping in the mechanical engineering part of it, or even simply just coming up with paint and color schemes, it’s an itch I’ve always wanted to scratch.

If you’re anything like me, then, what NZXT has up its proverbial sleeve just might turn you on.

NZXT is inviting anyone who has ever wanted to have a hand at custom-coloring their own PC chassis to participate in the Phantom 240 Design Competition. The contest basically will determine how a trio of Phantom 240 Special Editions will look like.

NZXT Create Your Phantom 240

The company has made it super-easy to do so. All you have to do is go to the new Phantom 240 creator @ Once you’re there, it’s a simple matter of choosing colors for the Phantom 240’s outer shell, its mesh air intakes, trim pieces, fan blades, and motherboard tray. You can choose from one of ten colors for each section/part of the chassis, so you can really go wild with this if you wish. The competition requires a Facebook account to participate.

Winners will be selected through a combination of user voting as well as a final NZXT review.  The top two user creations that receive the most votes throughout the competition, as well as one NZXT-selected wildcard winner, will be transformed into real P240 Special Edition chassis.

As cool as this is, what’s even cooler is that the three winners will each receive one NZXT Super Bundle consisting of:  1x Laser Etched Phantom 240 (their own winning design), 1x NZXT Kraken CPU Cooler, 1x Shine 3 Mechanical Keyboard (we first mentioned it here), 1x HALE82 V2 700W PSU, and 1x Sentry 3 Fan Controller (we reported on this here).  That’s one phat prize package.

  • Rob Williams

    I can’t stop looking at the pretty background in that image. It’s like NZXT is trying to hypnotize me to enter, but I’m not gonna.

  • xOptix78

    Facebook? No thanks.

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