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Originally Posted by article We bemoaned the lack of fan control in the £150 Switch 810, but like its predecessor, the £200 Phantom 820 pleasingly offers multi-channel fan control
Originally Posted by tigertop1I have always liked NZXT cases for their sheer individuality amongst all the other black boxes. I run both a Phantom and a 410. I hope they have changed their fan control supplier as this aspect has been a common cause of failure in the past as I know to my cost. Pity they don't fit a Nesteq Fan Max in the fron panel and forget the existing controller hardware.
I always get the feeling that NZXT design the case but never actually build a PC from it to learn where the snags are. hence the failure to appreciate the poor HDD mounts etc. if you can live with the quirks that come with a NZXT case it is fine -and certainly different. I wish they would use , as I do , air penetrator fans to aim at the components such as the GPU--Now that really works!
Originally Posted by ssj12NZXT hires PC gamers to help design their cases.
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