Hardware & Documentation
The hardware included Left to right (sort of)
- Adjustable GPU support (snaps into vent holes in PSU shroud)
- Six Hexagonal screws for PSU mounting
- Eight 6-32 x 5mm screws for motherboard and HDD mounting
- Sixteen M3 x 5mm screws for 2.5" drive installation
- Eight KB5 x 10mm Screws for fan mounting
- Standoff installation tool
- Front panel connector breakout tool (for non-standard connector layout)
- Single four-pole 3.5mm jack adapter to dual connector Mic/Headphone
- Ten zip ties for cable management
This is a pretty stout accessory pack for an ITX case. I am not left wanting in any area; everything I could think of needing for a build is here. I want to state something I have said before but bears repeating. NZXT did something awesome by creating a connector for the front panel with the standard layout. Every common board I have used recently has this layout, and it's much easier than the tiny front panel connectors. I'm sure many of you will agree, especially if you have massive mitts as I do.
Here we have the manual, and in standard NZXT style, it is a multi-fold page which has quite a lot of information along with pictographs for each component installation. The best part is NZXT lists all fasteners we just discussed along with their intended usage. NZXT even lists how many come in the accessory pack vs. already installed in the chassis which is very nice for quickly confirming you have everything you need for your build. Admittedly it also helped me realize where the 3.5" HDD mounted as it had escaped me that it mounted on the floor area of the chassis.