I’m sure we’ve all seen cases with black exteriors, but have you seen cases with a completely black interior and a black tinted window? The NZXT Lexa S Crafted Series Black Steel Mid Tower Chassis gives you all of this and more! It includes four fans, two of which can be controlled by the built-in fan controller, 11 drive bays and some handy features everyone would enjoy. Read on further to see what else this case has to offer.
Well as you can see we have changed things around here at ThinkComputers! This new layout and content management system should bring us up to date and make it easier for you the user to navigate the site. To celebrate the new design we decided to have a HUGE contest! Our friends at ASUS, Thermaltake, Kingston, In Win, OCZ, NZXT, and CoolIT have jumped on board and provided us with 32 prizes to give away! Before we go into how you can win let’s see what’s all up for grabs….
NZXT has added another case to their Classic Series of cases, it’s called the M59 and it is quite inexpensive at under $60. You would think a case with that price tag would be really cheap, but the M59 has features like 2 included fans, 2.5-inch SSD bays, a side panel window, all black interior, a wire management system, and an eSATA port. A lot of these features cannot even be found on more expensive cases. Let’s see if NZXT has a winner in the M59.
[ad#review1060-top]Last year we took a look at the Cryo LX notebook cooler from NZXT and we were very impressed as it kept our notebooks here nice and cool. While the Cryo LX was a great cooler it was not for everyone as it was quite large, fitting laptops up to 17-inches. So NZXT decided to […]
NZXT isn’t quite known for their fan controllers, but you may have come across their original Sentry fan controller. NZXT has now released an updated, full color, touch screen Sentry 2 to blow its predecessor out of the water. The NZXT Sentry 2 supports up to five fans and five temperature readouts in only a single 5.25″ drive bay. Some fan controllers support only 3 pin or only 4 pin connectors, but the Sentry 2 supports both! Read on further to see what else it has in store.
If you are a gamer you probably tend to go to a lot of LAN parties. I have been going to LAN parties for quite a while now and something I’ve done over the years is keep on trying to make my gaming rig lighter and smaller so when it comes down to lugging it to a LAN party the task is pretty simple. It’s no fun carrying a steel full tower around with you! NZXT knows this and has come up with the Panzerbox, which will fit an ATX motherboard, large graphics cards, and 4 hard drives. All of this inside a light and compact package, let’s take a look…
Looking for an affordable case for around $50? How about a case that supports 10.5″ graphics cards? If you answered yes to these questions then you are looking for the NZXT Beta. The Beta has a plethora of features which range from a completely black interior to optimum airflow performance. I can’t say that I’ve ever seen such a high quality case with so many features for such a little price. Read on further to see what else I think about this affordable case.
If you are a gamer you probably go to a lot of LAN parties. LAN parties are a lot of fun, but hauling all of your gear there is quite a pain, I know from experience. I hated hauling my huge full size tower and all of my accessories to the LAN party. With mATX gaming motherboards coming out it gives gamers another choice when it comes to building a new system. Match that motherboard with the Rouge SFF Gaming Chassis and you have the perfect gaming rig. Let’s take a look at the Rogue and see if it will persuade you to go the mATX route.
Suburban Los Angeles-based NZXT is well-known for its stunning chassis designs. NZXT recently entered the power supply market as well. The company sent to ThinkComputers its Performance Power 800W unit, a contender in the mid-range market. However, even though it lacks the de facto standard 80% efficiency and any semblance of a warranty, will the PP800 still prove its worth? Find out in this review.
Need a full tower case, but don’t want to pay the price? How about if I told you that you can get a full tower chassis with plenty of features and a sturdy construction for under $100? The NZXT Zero 2 is what you’ll be looking for. A remake of the successful NZXT Zero the Zero 2 also offers a quad fan design, which is optimal for those multi GPU users out there. The sturdy 1.0mm steel chassis is sure to hold up for quite some time; heck even give it to your five year old nephew to beat it up because I doubt he could do any real damage to the Zero 2s sturdy design. Read on further to see what else this case has to offer.
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