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NZXT Intros Rogue - The Ultimate Gaming SFF Chassis.

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  1. malware New Member

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    NZXT, a company built upon gamer's dreams, is proud to introduce the ground breaking from the Crafted series, the NZXT Rogue ultimate gaming SFF Chassis. "This project has been in the works for quite awhile, and after numerous trial and error, we have finalize come to realize the dream of building a best in class SFF chassis. The NZXT Rogue features break through features in every category like four HDD expandability, five 120mm fan cooling system, strengthened 3mm aluminum frame, high end ATX PSU support, and long graphic card support. For LAN gamers, we even threw in a standard carrying bag for easy transportation. We set out to design a SFF chassis that exceeds in cooling, durability and expandability, and I believe we have accomplished that. " said Johnny Hou, Chief Designer at NZXT. Features include: The NZXT Rogue supports up to 5x 120mm fans for cooling, spacious interior support for some 120mm internal water-cooling systems, four HDD drives, dual 5.25 External bay and a single 3.5; drive, Removable motherboard, security locking system, open window, durability, and space for high end graphics cards. The NZXT Rogue will be available in retail stores in late November 2007 with an MSRP of $149 online.

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  2. Aeon19 New Member

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    very very nice!! i like it very much...hope it will be quite..;)
     
  3. wiak

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    looks like a thermaltake lanbox lite dupe :p
    anyway looks kinda cool, and cool with those fans
     
  4. Darksaber

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    oh trust me it is nothing like the Lanbox ;)
     
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    No but it's everything like every aluminum mATX cube box, they just widened the sides, but inside frame is the same :) (I'll paste some pics soon)

    edit: like this: http://www.avadirect.com/product_details_parts.asp?PRID=6026
    http://www.pc-icebox.de/product_info.php?products_id=3960

    Those come with many manufacturer name and different colors& fronts, but all are full aluminum (very thin) with pull out motherboard tray, 12cm output fan and optional spot for 8cm intake.

    edit2: "strengthened 3mm aluminum frame" <- that sound good, because those what I posted are very thin aluminum and the motherboard tray bends easily. One of the reasons I didn't get one. They've fixed the worst part of the good construction, so this should be good :)
     
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    Thats what I though when I saw it...
     
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    Sort of like it, I agree. I think NZXT is trying to get hipper and make cases that are appealing. Nice attempt.
     

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