NZXT is back with new PC chassis

NZXT is back with new PC chassis

NZXT has announced a new PC chassis called Noctis 450. As with every new product the Noctis 450 must be able to capture attention with something and the chassis delivers – it comes with a unique blend of modern functionality and a streamlined and aggressive external design. In addition the chassis comes with ambient underglow lighting, NZXT’s I/O LEDs and a light switch that allows the creation of multi-step adjusted lighting configurations.

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One of the main selling points of the Noctis 450 is that the new NZXT chassis provides 10 times more ventilation surface when compared to the NZXT H440 PC case. The new chassis has a PWM fan that can support up to 8 fans and there are three pre-installed FN V2 120 mm fans in the front and one FN V2 140 mm fan in the rear for additional chassis cooling. In addition the Noctis 450 can house radiators up to 360 mm on the steel top and front panels and there are a power cable shroud that makes cable management exceptionally easy, two SSD trays on top of the shroud and five modular steel hard drive trays that sit in front of the chassis.

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The new NZXT Noctis 450 is now available for pre-order at NZXT’s web site for a price of USD 139.99.

Source: NZXT

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