NZXT starts sales of Source 530 computer chassis

The popular company NZXT, specializing in high-end PC equipment, has started the sales of its gaming computer chassis known as Source 530.

The chassis is made of steel and comes in Full Tower form factor that provides optimal airflow for a powerful gaming platform. The case measures 507 x 235 x 510.5 mm and weighs 9.2 kilograms. It comes in all black and supports Mini-ITX, microATX, ATX and E-ATX motherboards. The Source 530 also has three 5.25-inch bays, six 3.5/2.5-inch slots with a seventh one sitting in the back of the case, eight PCI slots, two USB 3.0 ports up front and 3.5-mm audio jacks. The case supports graphics cards as long as 444 mm.

To keep hardware cool the NZXT Source 530 offers two 120 mm cooling fans – one on top and one in the back. Modders and overclockers can install seven additional cooling fans – two 140 mm up front, two 120 mm at the bottom, two 120 mm on top and one 120 mm or 140 mm inside. The case also has support for liquid cooling.

The new NZXT chassis is out now – it can be yours for USD 90.


Source: NZXT

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