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NZXT H2 Classic keeps things quiet

Posted in Computers by Conner Flynn on March 23rd, 2011

Gaming computers can get pretty loud. Especially if you have built it yourself, with powerful video cards, CPUs and fans all doing their thing. Loudly. Power does come with a price and that price is often ungodly noise. Well, NZXT has a new case that might help.

The H2 Classic is said to deliver “a new era of whisper-quiet gaming.” That is literally music to our tired ears. It is so quiet thanks to a layer of noise dampening foam between the gear inside and the outside. Aside from that the case uses a three-phase fan controller that allows you to put the fans at 40%, 70%, and 100% speed.

NZXT Bunker USB Lock System

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2011

The NZXT Bunker will help prevent expensive USB equipment from being stolen. The Bunker provides four USN ports beneath a locking mesh lid, allowing you to lock your USB devices down to prevent them from being unplugged.

The device will fit conveniently into a 5.25-inch drive bay and the NZXT Bunker USB Lock System goes the extra mile, as it also supports a sophisticated 20 keylock system that prevents users with the same device from unlocking the lock.

NZXT hops into the compute power supply market with HALE90 line

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on August 5th, 2010

We have covered all the cool computer cases from NZXT extensively here on SlipperyBrick over the years. NZXT routinely makes some of the coolest cases the gamer or enthusiast can buy. The company has announced that it is now in the PSU market.

The line of PSUs from NZXT is called the HALE90 series. The PSUs are offered in 550W, 650W, 750W, 850W, and 1000W versions. All of the PSUs are 80 Plus Gold certified for efficiency.

NZXT offers the Tempest Evo camo case

Posted in Computer Cases by Shane McGlaun on April 22nd, 2010

Back in November 2009, NZXT offered up the new Tempest Evo case in all black and it was nice. The case has lots of room and a great cooling system inside. NZXT has offered up a new edition of the case with a new color scheme.

The new case is called the NZXT camo Tempest Evo. It is clad in a grey, black, and white digital camo pattern on the outside. Other than the new color the case is the same Evo we saw last year.

NZXT goes to hell with Hades PC case

Posted in Cases,Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on January 13th, 2010

You can put all the newest hardware available inside your PC, but if you put it in a junky looking case, no one will think it’s cool. Gamers and enthusiasts want a cool case, but they don’t want to spend so much on the case that they have to skimp on hardware.

NZXT has announced a new case that should be reasonably priced called the Hades. The chassis is good looking and is designed to offer nine 5.25″ drive bays. If you don’t need that many 5.25″ bays four of them can be converted to 3.5″ drive bays.

NZXT launches Tempest Evo PC case

Posted in Computer Cases by Shane McGlaun on November 18th, 2009

nxzttempestevoFor many people the case they choose when building their computer is based more on price than anything else. Computer cases can cost hundreds of dollars for high-end parts made from aluminum with a fancy design. NZXT makes a line of cases that tend to be among the cheapest and offer good looks and performance.

The company has announced a new case called the Tempest Evo that is a mid-tower case designed to E-ATX standards allowing it to accept larger server motherboards. The machine has lots of fans with two in the top, two in front and one on the side and in the rear included.

NZXT unveils GAMMA budget gaming case with nice features

Posted in Computer Cases by Shane McGlaun on October 23rd, 2009

nzxtgamma-sgNZXT has been making some nice cases for computer enthusiasts for a while now. The big thing about the company is that its cases are typically reasonably priced and offer good looks and performance. NZXT has unveiled a new gaming chassis called the GAMMA that will sell for under $50.

For that much money, you get some nice features including support for six fans. Only one fan is included with the case however. The case also has a mesh front panel for airflow and lots of wire routing options on the motherboard tray and other places.

NZXT launches new M59 gaming chassis

Posted in Cases,Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on July 22nd, 2009

nzxtm59-sbGamers often spend big money on their gaming PCs. Most of that money goes into processors, RAM, and video cards. However, many gamers will spend some money on a slick chassis to put all that hardware into as well.

One of the most affordable makers of cool gaming cases for computers is NZXT and the company has announced a new mid tower chassis called the M59. The case ships with two 120mm fans in the side and rear of the case and it supports five total fans.

NZXT Whisper gaming chassis offers quiet PC experience

Posted in Cases by Nino Marchetti on August 26th, 2008

NZXT Whisper

NZXT has itself a new full tower gaming chassis which sports noise dampening technology. It is called the Whisper and when it comes available next month it will cost you around $140.

The NZXT Whisper has 10mm noise dampening foam which pads both side panels and the top panel, among other noise reduction features. There’s space inside the chassis for nine hard drives and a total of six 5.25” bays for larger expansion cards. You’ll also find inside the Whisper a pre-drilled wire management system, screwless installation and four built-in fans.


NZXT does up nice new budget gamer PC chassis

Posted in Cases by Nino Marchetti on July 24th, 2008

NZXT Guardian 921

NZXT puts out some pretty cool computer chassis products and related components. Its latest – the NZXT Guardian – continues that coolness factor for around $90.

The NZXT Guardian 921, geared towards gamers, comes with a nice feature set for being focused towards more budget oriented computer users. It is built from .88mm and 1mm steel and offers decent space on the inside, allowing for larger video cards as well as up to four internal hard drives. It also has a three temperature probe monitoring system so you don’t melt down your components during overclocking.

NZXT Sentry LX fan controller

Posted in PCs by Conner Flynn on July 2nd, 2008

NZXT Sentry LX fan controller
Gamers will overclock their computers in order to get the best performance, but keeping it all cool is the key to how well it performs. If it overheats, it’s all for nothing. NZXT wants to make sure you stay chilled, with the Sentry LX fan controller.

It’s a controller that you attach to the fan so you can control the speed of said fan. This way you can be absolutely sure that your computer will not overheat. The only drawback is that it takes up at least two of your 5.25-inch bays, but hey keeping cool is important no? It will cost you $60.

New NZXT Khaos case looks very sweet

Posted in Cases by Nino Marchetti on June 10th, 2008

NZXT KhaosA company by the name of NZXT is debuting a flashy new PC gaming chassis for those who want to beat the dull beige. This one is called Khaos and it prices around $400.

NZXT said its stylish new Khaos case features three channel cooling, including a three 120mm fan bracket placed exactly before the video card and motherboards. There’s also dual power support for power hungry PC gamers.