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33 dollars to ship! Pass. Waiting on NewEgg to get these in. Nice find though.

Newegg currently has the White version, 169.99 with 14.99 shipping: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811146088
post #272 of 348
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33 dollars to ship! Pass. Waiting on NewEgg to get these in. Nice find though.

Newegg has the white one in stock... Just popped up...
post #273 of 348
Tempting! Haven't decided on my new internal color scheme yet, so not sure if white fits the bill.
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Tempting! Haven't decided on my new internal color scheme yet, so not sure if white fits the bill.

I know, it's a difficult decision. I'm waiting for my old job to send me my W2 so I can get my tax Refund. I already got my School tax info 15 days ago. Staples: one of the worst companies in the world.

I'm really gearing toward the white even though it means I would have to customize my Aquaero 5 controller faceplate to the same color. In all honesty, I think this is the best full Chassis for under 200 bucks, and even at 200 it would still be a great chassis. I think feature-wise, this is one of the best cases on the market (especially in the mass-production market). I do have some gripes about the chassis itself, but overall, considering the price and it is a mass-production unit, it's pretty phenomenal.
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yeah the white one is nice but im waiting on the black one!
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post #276 of 348
Anandtech review:

http://www.anandtech.com/show/5479/nzxt-switch-810-when-too-much-isnt-enough/7

Not sure if something went wrong during the test, but I saw much better air cooling numbers in a couple of other reviews. Since I'm water-cooling it, it doesn't really bother me though, besides the fact that I wish it was a touch cheaper.
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For those of you who actually own this case or have had first hand experience with it, how much of this is plastic vs steel? I want a case that can water cool dual 7970s and a 2600K internally, but I am not a fan of too much plastic. This case may do exactly what I want.
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For those of you who actually own this case or have had first hand experience with it, how much of this is plastic vs steel? I want a case that can water cool dual 7970s and a 2600K internally, but I am not a fan of too much plastic. This case may do exactly what I want.

I own the nxzt phantom which has around the same amount of plastic as this case, The plastic isn't your "usual " plastic it's very sturdy and strong, honestly the only difference in feel compared to the steel on my case is the steel is abit cooler to touch.

As for cooling your 2600k and gpu's i can't think of another case thats capable of mounting a 420 rad up top and a 240 at the bottom aswel there's no limits to its watercooling features tbh.

Hopefully a nzxt switch 810 thread will pop up ion the cases section soon with plenty of user advice and pictures
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Canada Computers is not for people in the US to buy from.
Its for people in Canada, that is why its gonna cost you more.
Wait till the US gets some.
    
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post #280 of 348
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I own the nxzt phantom which has around the same amount of plastic as this case, The plastic isn't your "usual " plastic it's very sturdy and strong, honestly the only difference in feel compared to the steel on my case is the steel is abit cooler to touch.
As for cooling your 2600k and gpu's i can't think of another case thats capable of mounting a 420 rad up top and a 240 at the bottom aswel there's no limits to its watercooling features tbh.
Hopefully a nzxt switch 810 thread will pop up ion the cases section soon with plenty of user advice and pictures

I had an 800D that did a good job, but I modded it enough where it looks a little beat up, and I want more of a sleek, classy look. I love the metal feel to it, but if I am going to buy another case, I'd be nice if it were a bit smaller.
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