Some may recall NZXT as a company that makes gaming cases for those who don't really want to do their own mods to their enclosure. With some pretty futuristic moldings on the front bezel, they generally stand out in a crowd.
This time around, however, the folks at NZXT are looking for something that still appeals to those who want an interesting look, but also has a more docile overall appearance. This doesn't mean that the case is automatically a dud, only that it doesn't glare at you with a robotic or alien face.
So lets take a little closer look at the latest enclosure to wear the NZXT moniker, the Trinity. We'll look at features, cooling potential and ease of use to help you make an informed buying decision.
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- NZXT Trinity - Page 1 [Introduction]
- NZXT Trinity - Page 2 [Exterior]
- NZXT Trinity - Page 3 [Interior]
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