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  • NZXT Gets Into The CPU Cooling Business With The Havik 140

    NZXT Gets Into The CPU Cooling Business With The Havik 140

    I spent quite a while deciding on the fan for my new system, and although I’m happy with the one I got, It would have been nice to have this new Havik 140 from NZXT in the running as well. Mainly because I know it’ll be solid quality and it’s “universally compatible with Intel and AMD processors” — meaning I don’t have to drill down to comments and see… Read More

  • NZXT's H2 Case Is The Strong, Silent Type

    NZXT's H2 Case Is The Strong, Silent Type

    I'm in the middle of putting together a PC right now, and I just can't believe the amount of stress people seem to put on flashy, brightly-lit components. Seems to me that every dollar you spend on colored LEDs is one less dollar you're spending on performance. I prefer understated components that don't make much noise, surrounded by a case that keeps them cool and quiet. NZXT's H2 looks like a… Read More

  • NZXT's Bunker Locks Down Your USB Devices So LAN Rogues Won't Steal Them

    NZXT's Bunker Locks Down Your USB Devices So LAN Rogues Won't Steal Them

    If you spend a lot of time at LAN parties, or maybe have a dorm room with its door constantly open, you might be a little nervous about someone making off with your sweet new hundred dollar mouse or headphones. This accessory for your case lets you lock them into your case, preventing them from being unplugged and nicked by unscrupulous LANgoers or undergrads. Read More

  • NZXT's Phantom case does a whole lot but doesn't look completely ridiculous

    NZXT's Phantom case does a whole lot but doesn't look completely ridiculous

    How do you guys feel about PC cases these days? Are you a fan of the over-the-top styling that so many of them feature, or would you like something a little more staid? I ask because NZXT has a new case called the Phantom. It’s not too crazy—there’s no spinning lights or any of that jazz—and it’s a full tower. That’s key in case you want to rock dual video cards or want to add… Read More

  • The NZXT Sentry LXE just made fan controllers sexy

    The NZXT Sentry LXE just made fan controllers sexy

    You know you want this fan controller. You don't even knew what it does and you still want it. I'm right there with you, pal. It looks straight out of JJ Abrams' Starship Enterprise and that's good enough for me. Read More

  • NZXT's Vulcan is probably the sweetest Micro-ATX case out there

    NZXT's Vulcan is probably the sweetest Micro-ATX case out there

    I've never succumbed to the Micro-ATX temptation, but I can see the draw. Not everyone has room for a full tower under their desk, and not everyone even wants the kind of hardware you generally fill a full tower with. If your graphics card is under a foot long, and your CPU doesn't need an 8-inch tall cooling apparatus, you might find Micro-ATX to your liking. And with this new Vulcan case from… Read More

  • NZXT launches new Hades gaming case

    NZXT launches new Hades gaming case

    NZXT announced the launch of their new chassis (don't call it a case) today. The new chassis, named the Hades is aimed directly at the gamer enthusiast market. Out of the box it's set up for air cooling, however it's pre-drilled to make it easier to add a water cooling mod later. Read More

  • NZXT releases the updated Tempest EVO gaming chassis

    NZXT releases the updated Tempest EVO gaming chassis

    The NZXT Tempest is a great case. It’s, has tons of room, a sleek look, and amazing airflow. But it seems everyone’s chief complaint is that it’s very loud. The newly redesigned Temptest EVO aims to solve that problem. Read More

  • NZXT's Lexa PC case is angular and attractive

    NZXT's Lexa PC case is angular and attractive

    As a general rule, I tend not to like the flashy, semi-transparent, radically-designed PC cases. They're for the showboats, the pro gamers, and so on. Give me a good steel chassis with lots of noise reduction and I'm set for life. But this one attracts me for some reason. I'm not sure I'd want it in my home, but if I were a showboating pro gamer, I think the Lexa would be on my short list. Read More

  • Last call for our NZXT gaming gear contest

    Last call for our NZXT gaming gear contest

    We’ve had a good amount of screenshots submitted for our screenshot contest, but you still have time to submit yours before the contest ends tomorrow. It’s easy. Just head over to this post for all the details. [PSGallery=7rcu75is8b] Read More

 
  • NZXT gaming gear contest update

    NZXT gaming gear contest update

    Our NZXT gaming gear contest is well underway and we’ve had a good amount of true gamers enter. Your chances of winning this gear is so much greater in this contest than our other giveaways partly because we’re actually asking you to do something this time around. Below is a small gallery of some of the entries so far, showing how easy the contest really is. Just spray the provided… Read More

  • Contest: Win a bunch of NZXT gaming gear

    Contest: Win a bunch of NZXT gaming gear

    We’ve got some NZXT gaming gear to giveaway, but we want to ensure that it goes to a gamer and not some chump that will flip the stuff on Ebay. So we’re actually asking you to do something this time around rather than just leaving something in the comments. It should be easy for a gamer though. All you have to do is spray a logo in a game and send us a screenshot. Prizes: Cryo S… Read More

  • Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Panzerbox

    Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Panzerbox

    Gamers rejoice! No longer will you need to make that painful decision of whether to skimp on power in order to get a small form factor PC you can easily transport to your next LAN party, or whether you risk a hernia lugging your tricked out full tower desktop. NZXT's new Panzerbox is an all-aluminum mid-size case that's 25% smaller and 50% lighter than similar products with high airflow and ATX… Read More

  • Review: NZXT Whisper PC case

    If you're looking to upgrade your computer's case one of these days, consider moving into a nice spacious one like the Whisper. These full-tower things are perfect for expanding your system into and avoiding unsightly external storage. Plus, the Whisper has sound-deadening foam along the inside to hide the noise of your dual Radeon 4870s. Click on through for a video adventure through the… Read More

  • Review: NZXT Avatar gaming mouse

    Review: NZXT Avatar gaming mouse

    It’s that time again, kiddies. Today we take a look at NZXT’s first foray into mouse country. Are they naturals? Find out above in video form or below in plain text and pictures. Read More

  • 10 Days of CrunchGear: Avatarred and feathered

    Spartans! Tonight we game in hell! With the Avatar!!!. Introducing the first gaming mouse from the award winning NZXT design team, as with all of NZXT’s PC accessories, Avatar is designed to provide gamers with the ultimate crafted gaming armor to emerge victorious in the gaming arena of choice. Featuring a ambidextrous and smaller form, the Avatar mouse is versatile and ideal for gamers. A… Read More

  • 10 Days of CrunchGear: The NZXT effect

    10 Days of CrunchGear: The NZXT effect

    We proposate that you will enjoymentize the following pieces of computerization system hardware. We offerate the Tempest case and the Sentry LX dual bay fan controller for your edification in order to leverage the low hanging fruit of this problitunity. Tempest - NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce the NZXT Tempest. Tempest features breakthrough… Read More

  • NZXT Reeks Khaos gaming chassis: ROAR!

    NZXT Reeks Khaos gaming chassis: ROAR!

    NZXT just released the Reeks Khaos gaming chassis with curved plates, two 120 mm fans, and a thick aluminium frame. It will be available in June for $399. It includes 11 5.25″ inch bays for maximum expansion and looks like it could kill us all. Read More