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NZXT Vulcan: enthusiast micro-ATX case

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by qubit, May 10, 2010.

  1. qubit

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    It's a pretty nice modern-looking case, it's specifically made to take the largest graphics cards and allows for water cooling.

    I wouldn't mind having one of these.

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    Nice-looking case
     
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    like the face of the case, would have to get a new side panel though
     
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    Seems to me that a lot of the newer cases are being designed with harder edges and a more "Transformers" or "rugged" look.
    I'm not sure I am really crazy about that.
     
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    looks really nice imo, and being a NZXT case = low pricing:D

    and that side mesh could be replaced by some acryllic very fast:D
     
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    I am loving the looks on that and the design in general.

    Very, very nice.
     
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    The design has straight cut edges and flat faces.

    I like the case it looks cool, it would need a really quiet set up though because other cases at least dampen the sound a tad this has loads of holes for airflow.

    I can see where they are going with the mesh side panel but idk if its for everyone.
     
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    It looks like I'm in the minority about the case looks.
    I must be getting old ... wait ... I am old. :eek: :laugh:
     
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    Nice case! and a good price tag.

    :laugh: Thats classic.
     
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    It looks pretty good on the outside and the inside is awesome for a uATX case. I'd still prefer a mini Tempest though -now that would be sweet and I'd buy it with no hesitation.
     

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