During its existence, the shape and the size of the PC-case have gone through many evolutions. One of the newer designs is a cube. Case design has much to do with personal preference, so it's good to see variety on the market as many find the cube shape to be very practical.
The case that arrived to our reviews this time is the Rogue from NZXT's Crafted product line. There are two color theme variations: base color is either black or silver but one can select either red or blue lighting on the black model. Silver model is only available with blue lights. The model we got to the review is a black one with blue lights.
|FRONT PANEL MATERIAL||ALUMINUM|
|DIMENSIONS (W x H x D)||368 x 278.2 x 421.2 mm|
|COOLING SYSTEM||REAR, 1 X 120 mm RED LED Fan (included)
SIDE PANELS, 4 X 120mm Fans ( two included)
|DRIVE BAYS|| 4 DRIVE BAYS
2 EXTERNAL 5.25" DRIVE BAYS
1 EXTERNAL 3.5 " DRIVE BAYS
4 INTERNAL 3.5" DRIVE BAYS
|POWER SUPPLY||500 WATT PS2 ATX 12V 2.0 ( OPTIONAL )|
|WEIGHT||9.2 KGS (W/O Power)|
The Rogue came very well packed in a normal sized, though weird shaped box. The box is stylish black and has informative photos and details printed all over it. The bundle is tied in place so it can't cause any internal damage to the case either.
The bundle contains a bunch of tiny bags containing screws. It's nice of NZXT to pack all the screws to different bag, it makes the installation faster when you don't have to find the right, small screw from a pile of random ones. The bundle also contains a short user's manual that goes through the installation process with a couple of black and white images. There are also two keys for the front panel and a PSU-bracket that we'll come back to later.
The bundle also contains this special harness that makes moving the Rogue an easier task. Despite the harness may look confusing at first, it's actually easy to use and makes getting the computer to LAN-parties that much easier. The harness includes a reinforced handle and a strap that becomes handy on longer distances.
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