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NZXT Zero 2 Full Tower Chassis

By: Chad Sebring | Full-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Mar 30, 2009 1:41 pm
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TweakTown Rating: 92%Manufacturer: NZXT

The NZXT Zero 2 Crafted Series Full Tower Case

 

NZXT Zero 2 Full Tower Chassis

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Here we have the Zero 2 fresh out of the packaging, with the sticker-like plastic coating still protecting the shiny parts of the front cover. This case is black as can be, so please do not take the reflection into account. As that is what is giving the gold coloured hue to the case.

 

NZXT Zero 2 Full Tower Chassis

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The front of the Zero 2 is a bit different than the Zero. This time NZXT has gone with a shiny black where the aluminum one sat on the Zero, making the Zero 2 much sleeker to look at in my opinion.

 

NZXT Zero 2 Full Tower Chassis

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The left side of the Zero 2 is covered with a textured, black finish. This side of the case has a vented cover to keep fingers and dust out of the four, 120mm fans that can be placed on the opposing side.

 

NZXT Zero 2 Full Tower Chassis

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The opposing side is very similar to the other, just this time the lack of venting as the back doesn't allow for fan placement.

 

NZXT Zero 2 Full Tower Chassis

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Here we get a good look at the rear of the case. NZXT has decided to go with dual, 120mm, exhaust fans and a top mounted PSU. Of course there is the hole to accept the rear I/O plate and a total of seven expansion slots.

 

NZXT Zero 2 Full Tower Chassis

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NZXT has used the top, front, right corner to add an aluminum sticker with their logo and the series of the case. Nice touch, although the placement and application could have been a little better.

 

NZXT Zero 2 Full Tower Chassis

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Another look at the top reveals one of the two 80mm fan holes that are in the Zero 2. To the right in the front is where NZXT decided to move the front headers to, versus their lower placement on the original Zero.

 

NZXT Zero 2 Full Tower Chassis

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A close up of the header that NZXT uses in this case. It contains one eSATA, two audio 3.5mm jacks and two USB 2.0 ports.

 

NZXT Zero 2 Full Tower Chassis

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The Zero 2 with the front door open shows that NZXT has gone with a modular style lay-out for the inside bay covers. Easily remove what you don't need and leave the rest in place; it's as simple as that. The power button is the odd shaped, aluminum button to the bottom left, while the reset button is hidden at the lower left, behind the door.

 

NZXT Zero 2 Full Tower Chassis

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Last we have the bottom. This is where the second 80mm fan hole is located and as you can see NZXT has used non marking, black rubber feet to keep the Zero 2 in place.

 

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