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Thursday, 19 March 2009 22:19

NZXT prepares its new PanzerBox LAN chassis

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Mid-tower aluminum case

After the preview at PCGamesHardware, NZXT has finally officially announced their compact Panzerbox gaming chassis. According to NZXT this mid-tower should offer the extreme performance of a full-tower case as it has some serious cooling power for such a small case.

The Pazerbox is made out of aluminum which makes it light enough to carry to LAN parties, while the welded chassis should offer enough strength and support for it to be sturdy. The case dimensions are 244x455x455mm (WxHxD) and it weighs 6.4kg without a power supply. It supports ATX and micro-ATX motherboards, and has a removable motherboard tray.

The case supports 10.5-inch (26.67cm) graphics cards, can take up to four hard drives, has three 5.25-inch drive bays, and offers enough space for big heatsinks. More impressively, it can even house a dual radiator for water cooling solutions. The cooling is done by two 190mm fans, one placed in thefront and one at the top. The fans should offer 300cfm (509.6m³/h) of airflow. NZXT didn't stop there, as there's also a space for a rear mounted 120mm fan, so this case shouldn't have any problem with enough airflow. 

The NZXT Panzerbox case will be availble in late April with the price tag set at US$119.99 (€88/£83).

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