overclock3d.net: NZXT have released some very special alternate colour versions of their classic Phantom 410 case. Here we take a look at the "Gun Metal" edition.
frostytech.com: On the heatsink test bench today is NZXT's Havik 120 heatsink, a tower style CPU cooler designed for Intel socket 2011/1366/1155/1156/775 and AMD socket AM2/AM3/AM3+/FM1 processors. The Havik 120 is a pretty typical tower heatsink that ships with two 120mm PWM fans (NZXT's special 'FZ' 13-blade fans) capable of each moving 75CFM per the mfgr's spec. One novel aspect of the Havik 120's design are the edges of its aluminum fins. Each fin has a blunt knife edge which helps ease airflow through the aluminium fin stack by decreasing air flow resistance.
tweaknews.net: The more I played with the NZXT Phantom, the more I liked it. The white finish with its black accents really makes this case stand out from the crowd and the roomy interior was a joy to work in thanks to the excellent cable management.
ocia.net: The introduction from NZXT is what first caught my eye on this. The Sentry LXE is different from the prior models that we have reviewed due to it being a stand-alone controller. The LXE features a controller card that takes up a rear expansion slot, a cable that is run to the controller, and the controller itself. The previous models had it taking up a 5.25 expansion bay.
techwarelabs.com: Looking for a less flash case that is still stylish, functional, and fits in your desk? Need a sensible sized case to contain that power thirsty gaming rig? Then NZXT's VULCAN mid-size tower case is designed for you! From NZXT's crafted series comes the VULCAN, a micro-ATX motherboard case featuring enough space for 2 ATI 5970 graphics cards, 2 CD/DVD drives, up to 4 Hard drives, and up to 5 cooling fans. These features in a mid-tower case will please any computer builder looking for a small case to contain a big system.
thinkcomputers.org: Today we have the opportunity to take a look revamped version of the infamous NZXT Tempest, the NZXT Tempest EVO. With many upgrades from the original Tempest including a complete black interior, tinted window, extra cable management options and many other features, the Tempest EVO is surely a case you should consider. Read on further to see more features and to see how the owner of the original Tempest feels about the EVO.
pro-clockers.com: Thank you NZXT for sending me the Sentry II fan controller. Fan controllers have always held a little soft spot in my book. I started modding my computer more years ago than I can remember. Back before you could even find a case with a window or in any color other than beige I dont think you could even buy windows at first. One thing I always wanted to do was build a fan controller. At that time I only remember Sunbeam as the only company that put out a mass produced fan controller, otherwise you built your own.
dragonsteelmods.com: One way to describe the Lexa S is with a word I tend not use in tech reviews - sexy. This case is a stunner that is designed to catch your eye. Now external appearances dont always tell the whole story, so today we will be taking an in depth look the Lexa S.
techgage.com: You might know Hades as being the God of the Underworld, but after taking a look at this chassis, you might begin to think he was the God of the "Meshworld". Yes, there's a lot of mesh used here, along with stark angles, creative lighting and a smart design that delivers fantastic cooling performance. But, can it unseat CM's 690 II?
thinkcomputers.org: Back in June we had the opportunity to look at the NZXT Beta case. We found it to be quite a nice case for the price, but today we get to look at the revamped version of the Beta, the NZXT Beta EVO Mid Tower Case. Some improvements from the original case are more fan space, lower mounted PSU, and many other features. Read on further to see how much better the EVO is over the original NZXT Beta case.
techwarelabs.com: I know what youre thinking; D??j?? vu on the case review? Nope this is not the NZXT Beta being re-posted; this is the supposedly classier brother the NZXT Beta EVO. While still a budget case my biggest question is... Is the EVO worth the extra money? Follow me as I look at the newest revision of NZXT Beta promising to offer increased cable management and a revised interior layout.
ocmodshop.com: And now, everyone and their mother are wearing black. Its a fashion trend now. I still wear it all the time, and rarely wear anything else, but not because half the people on television claim to be dark and mysterious. I simply still dont give a crap and have a horrible attitude most of the time. But I have a feeling that NZXT targets me sometimes when it comes to their gaming cases. They go flat black (what we called murdered out) and they make them look absolutely awesome. Take the case Im reviewing today for example, the Gamma steel mid tower.