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Thursday, 24 July 2008 14:30

NZXT announces a new gaming case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Guardian 921 Gaming chassis

NZXT
has announced a new case that will be a part of it Crafted series, the Guardian 921. The new Guardian brings a nice list of features without leaving the budget oriented part of the market.

The new Guardian 921 comes with a design that should appeal to a bigger part of the gamer market. It's built from solid .88mm and 1.00mm steel which should make it sturdy, and it also features a spacious interior so high end graphics cards and up to four internal hard drives aren't an issue with this case.

The cooling is done by three 120mm fans that are included with the case. The new Guardian case also comes with a temperature monitoring systems that shows the temperature taken from three probes. It features e-SATA, audio, microphone and two USB ports on its front panel.

The Guardian 921 should be available this month with the retail price of US $89.99.

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Last modified on Friday, 25 July 2008 04:04

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