Pros: Space, Looks great, Support for all motherboards, Airflow, Cable management, W/C
Cons: Lots of plastic, top is flimsy
NZXT have made quite the reputation for themselves, with the Phantom and Phantom 410, but how does this new Switch 810 stack up?
The Box is very sleek, covered in lots of information, and big, clear pictures of the product inside. It uses very thick hard foam, and arrived to me completely undamaged.
The case is big. Even taller than the Antec 1200, it's very wide and very deep. It's wide enough to support any aircooler on the market today, and has excellent Water cooling capabilities. You can stick upto a 360mm or 420mm radiator in the top out of the box!
There are lots of fan support in this case, four 3 pin fans come with the case, and there are an additional 5-6 slots, depending on if you want to keep the bottom hard drive rack, supporting a total of 9-10 fans, all of which can be 120 or 140mm.
The cables management on this case is simply superb. There are lots of grommets inside the case for all your cables to come out of, and ones you have hidden all the cables behind the tray, you won't be able to see them at all, not even through the hard drive bays!
This case supports all motherboards, even E-ATX making it a perfect Enthusiast case, and with the massive side window to show off all your gear, it looks the part too. I had no problems at all mounting my motherboard, and Hyper 212 Evo into this case at all, due to the large CPU cooler cutout.
All of the intakes are dust filtered, and are all easily cleaned, there is plenty of room underneath for the PSU to get air, and enough ventilation for the front fans to not starve either.
So here we are at the end of this review of an amazing product. If you are in the market for an amazing case, that is perfect for very high end hardware, I Definately recommend the Switch 810!