Tuesday, May 1st 2018

NZXT Announces Limited Edition H700 PUBG Licensed Case

NZXT, a leading provider of desktop components for PC gamers, today announced the Limited Edition H700 PUBG mid-tower case, in collaboration with PUBG Corporation and Gamers Outreach, creating the ultimate PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) airdrop. Sharing the iconic look of one of PUBG's most lucrative and sought after in-game resources, the H700 PUBG chassis is the ultimate set piece for the battle royale fan.

NZXT is limiting production of the H700 PUBG to 2,000 units, with 10% of all sales donated to Gamers Outreach, a charity organization that provides equipment, technology, and software to help kids cope with treatment inside hospitals.
"Gamers Outreach is very dear to us, so we wanted to encourage PC gamers everywhere to support this very worthy cause," said Johnny Hou, NZXT's founder and CEO. "PUBG's air drop crate is a perfect fit for a case design. We had a lot of fun with it, and I love that fans of one of this year's hottest games can give back, just by grabbing this limited edition, iconic piece of hardware."

Limited Edition H700 PUBG main features
  • Stunning recreation of one of PUBG's most iconic items, the air drop supply crate
  • Premium, all-steel construction
  • Tempered glass side panel showcases the perfect PUBG build
  • Wire management is made easy by an intuitive cable management system
  • Water-cooling installation simplified for both AIO and custom loop configurations
  • Ten percent of all sales donated to Gamers Outreach
The Ultimate Airdrop
The Limited Edition H700 PUBG premium mid-tower brings the excitement of PUBG to the real world. Every inch is designed to show off the perfect PUBG build from the tempered glass panel and signature PSU shroud to the custom artwork recreating the famous PUBG airdrop supply crate.

Battle-Ready Builds for All
Cable management can often take more time than assembly. We designed a new cable routing kit with pre-installed channels and straps, on the back of the motherboard tray, for intuitive and easy wiring. The H700 PUBG's, builder-friendly layout ensures you'll enjoy building your PC as much as you enjoy earning chicken dinners.

Cool Under Pressure
We simplified water-cooling installation with drop-in brackets and integrated reservoir mounting for custom-loop systems. Aer F fans* are included for optimal internal airflow. To preserve your system's clean looks, front and PSU intakes are fully filtered.

Modern Storage
Storage installation is a snap with quick-release 2.5" SSD trays on the PSU shroud. The H700 PUBG case comes with support for additional 2.5" behind the motherboard tray and mounting for traditional 3.5" drives. This storage layout optimizes airflow and interior space for a clean-looking build.

Case version fans and specs vary from retail version

MSRP Pricing:
Limited Edition H700 PUBG - $199.99 USD

Availability:
USA Only - Exclusively at NZXT.com/PUBG
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12 Comments on NZXT Announces Limited Edition H700 PUBG Licensed Case

#1
nickbaldwin86
Have to be so die hard to buy this! pretty cool tho
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#2
_JP_
Because splurging about what is a fad, still makes sense...
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#3
CheapMeat
Considering the amount of players...they'll definitely make money on this.
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#4
nickbaldwin86
CheapMeat
Considering the amount of players...they'll definitely make money on this.
I am sure they already have been "sold" as in this was like a requested item and surely they did market research before even starting the project. 100k+ players playing this game at any moment
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#5
coonbro
funny to me how they still use thumb screws like a 20 buck case instead of hinges and latches that can lock like a top end case for the side door . heck my 18 year old antec gave me that and heavy steel built like a tank . maybe after 18 years its still getting my new builds in it and this ''junk'' gets the hand me downs . if this is over 60 bucks I guess you would have to be a die hard puke fan .

I assume this is another thing that falls under the cheaper better product at 2x the cost . wow .
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nickbaldwin86
coonbro
funny to me how they still use thumb screws like a 20 buck case instead of hinges and latches that can lock like a top end case for the side door . heck my 18 year old antec gave me that and heavy steel built like a tank . maybe after 18 years its still getting my new builds in it and this ''junk'' gets the hand me downs . if this is over 60 bucks I guess you would have to be a die hard puke fan .

I assume this is another thing that falls under the cheaper better product at 2x the cost . wow .
but it is marketed as a "Premium, all-steel construction" haha because steel is a selling point? LOL

I agree it is a $60 case with a $200 paint job
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coonbro
nickbaldwin86
but it is marketed as a "Premium, all-steel construction" haha because steel is a selling point? LOL

I agree it is a $60 case with a $200 paint job
wonder how thin that ''steel ' is ? this sx630ll case is thick and heavy I could use it to prop my car up guess why nit still getting new builds to this day [+ I give it a new customized automotive paint job like your car would get at a body shop ]

then got to be thin steel to be able to look inside with the side door on it ? that's some funny steel there if you ask me

and glad it is lasting cause these cases today are so silly and impractical to me . all I need is to have looks and performance on the display not at the case or in it but I guess that's what guys want today and not whats being put on there screens ..lol...
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#8
D1RTYD1Z619
nickbaldwin86
but it is marketed as a "Premium, all-steel construction" haha because steel is a selling point? LOL

I agree it is a $60 case with a $200 paint job
The kids will love it though. I do miss my Antec CS600B case.
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#10
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
i really hate news with cad models on images....
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#11
nickbaldwin86
peche
i really hate news with cad models on images....
Hey... "it's what it could look like"
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#12
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
nickbaldwin86
Hey... "it's what it could look like"
and ended up looking worse than the renders! :laugh:

as a personal comment: if you are going to show news, show the actual product, if does not in market yet, leave that task to seller so, cuz showing incomplete or not real /a actual info is crap!

Regards,
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