Wednesday, August 8th 2018

NZXT Announces H700 Nuka-Cola Limited Edition Fallout Themed Chassis

NZXT today announced a partnership with Bethesda Softworks, a ZeniMax Media company, to deliver the first officially licensed Fallout-themed computer case, the H700 Nuka-Cola. The H700 Nuka-Cola serves as the second entry in NZXT's new CRFT line of custom crafted limited edition gaming products.

Released in a limited quantity of 2,000, the custom designed variant of NZXT's popular H series, the H700 Nuka-Cola boasts beautiful design work inspired by the post-apocalyptic world of Fallout and its iconic Nuka-Cola soft drink. Alongside the H700 Nuka-Cola, NZXT also announced an optional Nuka-Cola all-metal cover for their N7 Z370 motherboard to complete the ultimate Fallout-themed build. The Nuka-Cola N7 all-metal cover will be limited to 400 pieces.
"NZXT's commitment to bringing some of the most elegant and high-quality products to gamers made us very excited to work with them. The passion and care poured into this case is clear, and we hope fans are excited to bring home a piece of the Wasteland."

Michael Kochis, Bethesda Softworks' Director of Licensing
Every inch of the H700 Nuka-Cola and N7 cover has been designed to incorporate the world of Fallout, from the vintage artwork found alongside the case's meticulously crafted war-torn paint design to custom designed LED lighting and air vents that capture the look and feel of the famed franchise. Additionally, the H700 Nuka-Cola features all the standards found in NZXT's H-series line of computer chassis, which include a premium all-steel construction, beautiful tempered glass side panel, refined cable-management system, and quick AIO cooler installation support.
"When you think of legendary PC franchises, the Fallout series easily sits at the top. Like gamers around the world, I have been captivated by the incredible stories and locations this series has brought to millions. We are quite proud to work alongside the talented team at Bethesda to create something gaming and Fallout fans will enjoy for a very long time."

Johnny Hou, NZXT's founder and CEO
CRFT #02 H700 Nuka-Cola exclusive features:
  • Limited edition NZXT H700 with iconic Nuka-Cola artwork
  • Custom designed i/o port with circular air vent, metallic housing, and red LEDs
  • Custom cable management bar with circular air vent and star design
  • Exterior paint replicates the aged effect of a war-torn Fallout relic
  • Illuminated red LED NZXT logo on PSU shroud
  • Random Vault-Tec bobblehead figurine included in every case
NZXT H700 main features:
  • Premium, all-steel construction
  • Tempered glass side panel showcases custom builds
  • Wire management is made easy by an all-new cable management system
  • Water-cooling installation simplified for both AIO and custom loop configurations
  • Perforated metal mesh improves internal airflow
  • Quick-release side panel
N7 Z370 Nuka-Cola Cover main features:
Custom designed to complete your H700 Nuka-Cola build
MSRP Pricing:
  • H700 Nuka-Cola - €299.90 inc VAT
  • N7 Z370 Nuka-Cola Cover €49.90 inc VAT
Sources: NZXT, via NZXT
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19 Comments on NZXT Announces H700 Nuka-Cola Limited Edition Fallout Themed Chassis

#1
altcapwn
haaaa if only I was responsible and could stop spending money on trivial needs.
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#2
StrayKAT
That's actually pretty cool... but of course, I could be a fanboy.

Now only if it was an actual cola machine.... with the cooling to boot :)
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#3
GhostRyder
I am not even a big fan of fallout and I like this design!!!
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#4
CrAsHnBuRnXp
My brother would love this. He's a huge fallout fan.
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#6
Vayra86
This really does need some real functionality to it, grabbing a coke from your PC is just epeen overload
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#7
Arjai
Fricking Cool. Wish I had the money, I would snap one up immediately!!
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#8
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Found out that it will be releasing a little bit later this month.
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#10
RH92
Cool case BUT considering H700 is an 150€ case asking 300€ just for stickers is nothing short of a rip off !!!
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#11
StrayKAT
RH92 said:
Cool case BUT considering H700 is an 150€ case asking 300€ just for stickers is nothing short of a rip off !
True enough, as much as I like it, I wouldn't pay $300 for any case.. (let alone double that for Caselabs and such).
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#12
RH92
StrayKAT said:
True enough, as much as I like it, I wouldn't pay $300 for any case.. (let alone double that for Caselabs and such).
Agree. I mean as cool as the product is , NZXT has to respect customers intellect . Paying twice the price of the original case for stickers should be a no go for everyone . Highly doubt those stickers cost them more than 20€ so even if they charge double that you end up with a case at 190€ wich is kinda ok considering it's an exclusive etc but 300€ is just to much regardless if you can afford it or not .
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#13
ur6beersaway
I was on the fence....but free bobblehead also, how could one pass this up?
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#14
SteveS45
RH92 said:
Agree. I mean as cool as the product is , NZXT has to respect customers intellect . Paying twice the price of the original case for stickers should be a no go for everyone . Highly doubt those stickers cost them more than 20€ so even if they charge double that you end up with a case at 190€ wich is kinda ok considering it's an exclusive etc but 300€ is just to much regardless if you can afford it or not .
NZXT is actually respecting the intellect of the original creator, and their intellectual property. Rather than making a knockoff of something that's similarly themed, they're actually paying to get the licensing.
The bulk of the cost would be the royalties to Bethesda or to the original artist, much like their other special painted cases. It's not about manufacturing cost, but the cost of licensing the IP. Kudos to them.
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#15
RH92
SteveS45 said:

The bulk of the cost would be the royalties to Bethesda or to the original artist, much like their other special painted cases. It's not about manufacturing cost, but the cost of licensing the IP. Kudos to them.
I would like to agree with you but i can't .
What you are saying can't be true since the PUPG version was selling for under 200 and considering PUPG has sold close the twice as many copies as the entire Fallout franchise ( 50+M vs 30+M ) one would think that PUPG royalties are more expensive than those for Fallout . Beside that you are nuts if you believe that Bethesda is making more than 20bucks royalties per case and i have already taken that into account in my price .

Don't get me wrong you have the right to throw kudos to them while they're ripping you off nontheless :shadedshu::kookoo:
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#16
bonehead123
$300 for some silly, childish graphics, under which is still JUST a regular, ordinary, everyday boring boxen ATX case.....

Well maybe you would also be interested in some prime swampland/beachfront property I have for sale up in Iceland then :D :)
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#17
GreiverBlade
ahd i love limited collectors ... but again ...

when a paintjob and a number make the price almost double ... (round 180$ for a red/black one for me )

i have the AppleSeed limited collector edition DVD box including some goodies on the side of a numbered original cut of the film roll (Nr.725/5000) , which did cost... only 5% higher than the single DVD box
a Tiger I 131 from Italeri (Nr. 1201/1500) only cost 10$ over a normal one

granted the second has less value than the first ...

for a PC case ... muh ... putting it in limited edition just for pushing the price, seriously .... it's only a paintjob/stickerjob, it can be done on a normal H700 which is what that case is in the end, if it was a limited run custom case from a modder (aka what we see quite often here on TPU in buildlogs) then it would be worth to be a limited collector (even with a higher price tag)


SteveS45 said:
NZXT is actually respecting the intellect of the original creator, and their intellectual property. Rather than making a knockoff of something that's similarly themed, they're actually paying to get the licensing.
The bulk of the cost would be the royalties to Bethesda or to the original artist, much like their other special painted cases. It's not about manufacturing cost, but the cost of licensing the IP. Kudos to them.
alright ... soooo what about asking the original artist for 2000 airbrush custom job on these limited edition and jack up the price a little bit, with a justification this time, and not just "print" 2000 case and write "limited edition" on it ...
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#18
GreiverBlade
that's what i call a limited edition


well the price tag is a bit higher tho 571chf/571usd (1:1 conversion rate ... who would've known :laugh: )
even more funny one of my local etailer has 5 of them in stock :D
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#19
CrAsHnBuRnXp
bonehead123 said:
$300 for some silly, childish graphics, under which is still JUST a regular, ordinary, everyday boring boxen ATX case.....

Well maybe you would also be interested in some prime swampland/beachfront property I have for sale up in Iceland then :D:)
Just because it's silly and childish to you doesnt mean it is to others. There is a thing called a "theme" and if someone wants a fallout theme based build then they should be entitled to one and purchase a case such as this.
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