My last review of a case was a bit on the small side and slightly frustrating when trying to add all the pieces into that puzzle. That's the good thing about what I do, though. Never fear, as something different is just around the corner. This time around, it just so happens to be a full tower case from NZXT; the Zero 2, that is up for discussion.
In the past five years NZXT has started from a fledgling company, into a name that most gamers and enthusiasts recognize. These people are who NZXT strives to please by using ideas of the masses to incorporate better ideas and technologies into their products. Now, NZXT released the Zero in their Crafted series some time ago, but they have stepped it up and tweaked the original proven plan into something hopefully better. I hadn't had the opportunity to review the Zero, as it was released before my joining the team here at TweakTown, but I have looked at the predecessor to what I have for you here today; The Zero 2 Ultimate Cooling Chassis.
Looking at the Zero 2's box makes me want to tear into it and see what she has to offer. NZXT has done a nice job of presentation. The box has a very clear image of the case, which I personally find sleek and sexy. The other thing is the listed specs that are all over the packaging. I'm really interested to see just how NZXT gets all the included fans and the amount of bays inside without interfering with the airflow. This case is badged as the "Ultimate Cooling Chassis", so I am very interested to see how they accomplish this.
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