NZXT was founded back in 2004 and is a manufacturer mainly known for their cases, but nowadays they also make gaming mice and power supplies. Most of their cases tend to be rather eye-catching, and previously we've had Rogue and Tempest from their product range for closer inspection. The previous two cases differed greatly from each other in many ways, so lets see what course their latest offering takes. Introducing the Panzerbox.
The case comes in a mainly black box with some blue and white accents. The product photos and details are plentiful and the case comes well covered in polystyrene and plastic hood. There are also handles on the box, so everything is well.
|CASE TYPE||MID TOWER Welded Aluminum|
|FRONT PANEL MATERIAL||ALUMINUM|
|DIMENSIONS (W x H x D)||244 X 455 X 455 mm|
|COOLING SYSTEM|| FRONT, 1 X 190mm (1100 RPM, 150 CFM)
REAR, 1 X 120mm,
TOP, 1 x 190mm(1100 RPM,150 CFM)
|DRIVE BAYS|| 3 DRIVE BAYS
3 EXTERNAL 5.25" DRIVE BAYS
4 INTERNAL 3.5" DRIVE BAYS
|WEIGHT||6.3 KGS (W/O Power)|
|MOTHERBOARD SUPPORT||MOTHERBOARDS: ATX, MICRO-ATX, BABY AT|
So then, just like the Rogue, also the Panzerbox sits in NZXT's range of aluminum cases. The material choice means that the case is pretty light, only 6.3 kilograms and NZXT advertises their product as "lan ready". For the cooling there are two huge 190 mm fans and a single 120 mm on the rear.
The bundle features user's manual, a bag of screws and mounting brackets for a water cooling radiator. No cable ties here, unfortunately.
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