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    NZXT Vulcan Micro ATX Case for gaming

    Bringing in NZXTs innovative VULCAN Micro ATX gaming chassis, the perfect bring-your-own-PC option for specialized gaming LAN parties. The Vulcan boosts power in a dense 16 x 7 x 16.6 cover, which is about 40% smaller than the usual wonderful full tower case. Spoil in the plenty space that comprises sophisticated cooling abilities through 2 x 120mm (one integrated), 1 x 200mm, 1 x 80mm, a frontage 120mm ingestion fan (built-in), and additional room to equip to 2 350mm cards in SLI as well as Crossfire modes. The tough non-slip top grip and anti-vibration rubber hold up idealizes compact ability.

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    Re: NZXT Vulcan Micro ATX Case for gaming

    In general, I would absolutely suggest this case to anybody looking for to manufacture an influential and transportable rig exclusive of using a complete size tower casing. While coupled with a right power deliver and cautiously assembled, the Vulcan has many impending and displays that you can at rest have a speedy PC that runs cool exclusive of require a full tower. Also, it just simple looks fine. The orange LEDs are a ideal inflection to a total black rig, and in spite of being tiny NZXT has still directed to keep it elegant somewhat that still my older full size case couldnt maintain.

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    Re: NZXT Vulcan Micro ATX Case for gaming

    I have spent a few time estimating this case from NZXT, straddling together the USA as well as Canada. Generally, an extremely solid assemble from a platform intended as a transportable LAN frame. Like I stated iBUYPOWER is providing this with the powerful HD5970 installed, in the midst of water cooling. The net as opposite to hard panels, absolutely aid the airflow like i have seen in my experiment outcome. The side fan, and the back exhaust fan addition, improves the performance of this case.

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    Re: NZXT Vulcan Micro ATX Case for gaming

    In total, this case is extremely pleasant and its portability frames for whichever short-comings that the outlandish engage side brings. I can notice numerous utilizes for it and will construct a tradition rig out of it for my part. I was satisfied with the adding up of a hold, sooner than it being somewhat that might be purchased individually, and I be fond of that it can support various of the higher-end graphics cards that look like to adopt so much room in still a mid-size case. All things considered, this case is worth the wealth, only if youre eager to go all in and set off micro

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    Re: NZXT Vulcan Micro ATX Case for gaming

    The NZXT Vulcan executed remarkably fine in favor of a mATX chassis. The outstanding cable supervision and fit together fabric confirmed to be a charming mixture in guaranteeing most favorable airflow for the duration of operation. The integrated fan controllers furthermore ended for a quieter practice while not in gaming mode, whereas providing us the preference of cranking it to max while we insist sky-scraping performance afterward. In spite of being little, its toughen stiff adds many mass to the Vulcan. Luckily the possible handle makes conveying the system about much fewer of a job.

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    Re: NZXT Vulcan Micro ATX Case for gaming

    The Vulcan is a compacted case that has sufficient room for quick systems with elevated performance units. Sound as well as cooling performance are on an extremely first-rate level and can be modified thanks to the incorporated fan controller. The possible knob is a good spare and physically powerful enough to take complete systems. All-in-all NZXT directed to achieve a nice total package with the Vulcan, which provides grand performance for the reasonable cost of 60 Euro.

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