Today we have the opportunity to check out one of NZXT’s latest products, the NZXT Sentry LXE High Performance Touch Screen Fan Controller. The Sentry LXE is a desktop fan controller and temperature sensors, so it saves you those one or two 5.25” slots inside of your computer. This desktop controller makes it easier to read and easy to use. Read on further to see what else the controller has to offer as well as a video of its performance.
So you’re building a new computer and you want to wire your case to look nice on the inside. NZXT has come out with some single braided cables for all your power needs and nice looks for your case. The single braided cables have started to become mainstream after a few modders started to make their own and sell them. So NZXT decided to make their own cable and bring them to the mainstream. As we all know NZXT has been making some great high end products. I am for one happy to see how these will work out, being an avid modder and custom case builder. With many of these cables to review let’s see what these cables are all about.
The Phantom, NZXTs most elegant case to date, was unveiled not that long ago on July 28, 2010. It offers a unique and powerful design for enthusiasts. A complete black (also available in red and white) finish, both inside and out, is complemented by a piano black finish found on the top and front bezel. The case offers plenty of cooling options, support for the latest and greatest hardware, an easy installation, and many other advanced features.
El Monte, CA – June 30, 2010 – NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce the Sentry LXE, a high performance external fan controller with an intuitive touch screen. Its unique patent-pending PCI card interface desktop design allows effortless control without having to reach underneath the desk to configure the settings. Some of the additional advanced features include…
“Unique. Unprecedented. Inspired.” This is the motto of NZXT and the Vulcan Case is the embodiment of all three words. NZXT computer cases have really broken into the scene over the past few years, especially with their New Micro ATX case the Vulcan. I was excited to see someone come out with a computer case like this, having always been on the lookout for a good lan party case to make transporting everything easy. The Vulcan was created with serious Gamers in mind with enough space for a full sized graphics card while still maintaining sufficient airflow. Now let’s take a look at the NZXT Vulcan. Who knows? This might be the next purchase for your MATX gaming build.
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.
El Monte, CA – February 4, 2009 – NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce its new line of premium cables and performance fans for PC enthusiasts. The new lineup premium cables consists of VGA, PSU, and HDD cables that are individually sleeved in a black enclosure to provide a sleeker look that seamlessly integrates into the case’s interior. The additional benefit from incorporating these premium sleeved cables into your rig is enhanced cable management which is crucial for optimal airflow. NZXT’s line of high performance fans includes a 120mm, 140mm, and 200mm version. Each fan has rifle bearings and 9 blade fins.
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.
One thing that many motherboards have lacked up until recently was extra USB ports. Many people do not need a lot of extra USB ports, but people like me do. I run 4 external USB hard drives, have a USB webcam, 2 USB receivers for my keyboard and mouse, card reader, USB speakers, iPhone dock, and always need 1 extra USB port open for my flash drive! Wouldn’t it be nice if I could move a few of those connections inside the case and not have to worry about them? Well NZXT has developed something that is a no brainer, the IU01 USB Expansion System.
Today we have the opportunity to take a look at the NZXT Gamma Mid Tower Case. This chassis supports up to six fans, has a complete black interior, and has plenty of higher end features packed into a small case. In the past couple years more and more cases are packing more features at a cheaper price; the NZXT Gamma is no exception. Read on further to see what else this case has to offer.
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