Originally Posted by microfister
Originally Posted by MountainDewMadOScar
KILL IT WITH FIRE
LOL thank you for that, i needed a laugh
the retail dosnt seem too bad though, would hope they do the same thing as they did with the phantom and release multiple color options.
Originally Posted by AgentHydra
Haven't Alienware cases had adjustable top fins for years?
yes, and usually you end up paying about $4000 on top of what the components cost to have a case with an alien on it... and they are usually bulky, ultra flashy cases, this at least looks pretty sleek. not bulgy like the phantom.
Originally Posted by Adversity
Even the normal NZXT version looks ugly, the Phantom looks way better. Still, all that glossy, dust-attracting plastic, ugh! This should be a good case for performance-hungry water coolers though.
think thats what they were going for, phantom is a nice case yes, but... the only thing you can put in the top of it is nzxt's 200mm fans, and leds, there isnt a whole lot of options with it, cept for color schemes. this however has tons of different spots for 120 or 140 fans, and a nice clean design that dosnt look like its trying to claim more of your gaming/working environment than its meant to.
kind of looks like theyve taken notes from lian li on case designs, plus its always nice to have room for a radiator. and now that i look at it, i may select this as my next case, 360 up top and a 24 on the hdd bay, sounds like a winner
I agree. Looks very streamlined and has a ton of nice features. It's a fulltower, has support for 360,240,and 120 rads, removable HDD cages, hidden IO panel... 200 bucks is right about what this case should cost. I'd like to see it maybe 10 bucks cheaper, but overall, this is the most promising case from NZXT ever (and I did like the Phantom, but would never buy one for myself).