Friday, July 25th 2008

NZXT Unveils Guardian 921 Gaming Chassis

NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce the Guardian 921, a gaming chassis in the NZXT Crafted Series. Building off of the original Guardian’s success, the Guardian 921 features a robust set of features for the budget conscious PC Gamer.

  • NZXT Crafted Series Design – NZXT’s latest addition to the Crafted Series takes cues from gaming culture with elegant curves and a newly designed clear side panel
  • Spacious Interior and Solid Construction – Built from solid .88mm and 1.00mm steel, the Guardian 921 gives the user ample space for large, high-end video cards and space for up to four internal hard drives
  • Constant Temperature Monitoring – Three temperature probe monitoring system allows the user to constantly gauge thermals within the system at all times to prevent overheating
  • Multimedia and peripheral inputs – E-SATA, Intel HD audio, mic, and two USB inputs are standards with the guardian 921 allowing for maximum peripheral input
  • Silent Cooling – Comes standard with 3 120mm fans installed to maximize cooling performance with minimal noise
“With the Guardian 921, we’ve reached an optimal balance of pricing and performance” said Johnny Hou, Chief Designer at NZXT. “This chassis is perfect for the PC Gamer/enthusiast who’s looking for a phenomenal building block for their new rig without breaking the bank.”

Retailing for $89.99, the Guardian 921 will be available in July.

About NZXT
NZXT is a global brand established in 2004 as a PC hardware company built on the dreams of gamers. Their unique lineup of award-winning gaming hardware is completely inspired by gaming culture with product designs driven by the worldwide community of PC Enthusiasts and gamers. Combining unique design and unparalleled performance, gamers can find quality hardware representing their own style and personality in NZXT.Source: NZXT
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10 Comments on NZXT Unveils Guardian 921 Gaming Chassis

Resident Grammar Amender
Arrrh, the front hurts my eyes. I prefer the sleek look of the Tempest.
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[I.R.A]_FBi said:
tempest to the worl'
i dont get why none of the cases look as good as the tempest?
sure if seen a few practical NZXT cases but they always looked terrible.

I dont like these plasticy fronts i prefer nice elegant slopes and steel fronts. Steel mixed with plastic trims can be nice but to be honest full plastic fronts is not a good idea for heat or looks.

NZXT make quality cases no doubt they just need to get a few better designs out. Having flashy cases was cool back in 2003.

They need a top end case, a low end case, a mini tower and a full tower.

They already have the mid tower mid price NZXT Tempest cracked down.

They should do a simple full tower that looks nice with a flat steel front panel and be cheap.
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Don't laugh but I kind of like it.

Though what I really want to see is how the insides look. Anyone have a shot of those?
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It looking like something from Halo makes me hate it.
Not really. It's a nice looking case even if it does remind me of Halo...

...I love it. I want one. (Still don't like Halo)

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Bird of Prey
I like it, though its kind of gimmicky.
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WarEagleAU said:
I like it, though its kind of gimmicky.
You pay more than 50 bucks for a case and that's what happens. You get a bunch of cool flashy crap you don't need, can't figure out how to operate, or you keep RMAing the case because it actually died or none of the crap ever worked. You killed a case. XD
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Don't like the placement of the front ports, like mine on the right side.
I like my Apollo better, my 12cm fan is closer to my video card and keeps it nice and cool.:D
Looks almost like the older alienware cases.
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meh to showy, why doesnt anyone build sleeper computers, ive been thinking about it myself, getting a plain beige case and pack my stuff into it for lans, make people think i have some generic net computer lol
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