NZXT Hades PC Case conjures images evil imagery and a slick enclosure

by Rafael Hernandez on March 16, 2010 · 0 comments

We’re living in an inspired for PC case designs. Gone are the woefully inadequate number of fan mounts and hideous cladding on the bulk of cases in favor of massive slow spinning fans and some tasteful, if mean looking, styling.

The NZXT Hades crams plenty of cooling fans into its design which should allow this mid-tower case to handle some seriously high-powered gear. RBMods has the review:

Opening up the Hades, we can see that it is a nice flat black interior. There is also a mess of wires, but don’t let this fool you, as this case has some nice wire routing features available. On the motherboard tray are two oval shaped rubber grommets. These allow wires to be passed behind the motherboard resulting in a cleaner looking case, as well as better airflow through the case. Along the bottom of the motherboard tray, we find another oval shaped wire pass-through, allowing the power supply wires to be passed through and behind the motherboard tray.

It’s got a nifty look to it as well that should make those gaming rigs extra snazzy.

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