Even though the box was pretty roughed up during shipping, we are still able to see the white version of the Switch 810 on the black panel much easier. At the top of the panel is the Switch 810 name and chassis size, while at the bottom this chassis is floating on a rainbow!
Here are seven various languages listing the features of the Switch 810 with another look at the chassis at the bottom.
The back offers a brief statement to start things off and then moves right into the interior of the chassis and all of its features. Eight smaller windows around the chassis show in closer detail the more important features to be found.
This side offers the specifications for the bays, the cooling that is included and that which is optional, the maximum lengths of cards and coolers and the general specs at the bottom. Lastly you see a pair of boxes, one of which has a blue sticker on it denoting the color of the included chassis.
The packaging on the Swift 810 is top notch! Even by using simple products like the Styrofoam end caps and the plastic liner everyone else does, NZXT went even further. Since the chassis is so shiny, there is an additional foam liner added under the plastic as a just in case measure of protection.
As if the packaging we seen up to now wasn't enough! NZXT again takes that extra step and not only covers all of that shiny plastic on the case with another layer of plastic protection; it's actually taped into place to be darn certain it won't get scratched.
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