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Wednesday, 11 June 2008 12:00

NZXT officially launches the Khaos

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Tower case with dual PSUs

NZXT has
officially announced the latest addition to its Classic series of PC cases, the Khaos. With dimensions of 225 x 612 x 597 mm (WxHxD) and a rather interesting symmetrical design, the new Khaos follows in the footsteps of NZXT's Adamas.

The most interesting feature is the support for two power supplies, which can allow users to split the power usage between major components. NZXT also supplies the cable, which is used to jump start the second PSU. The Khaos comes with eleven 5.25-inch bays, thus providing a lot of space for optical drives, hard drives and any other thing that users can think of.

As for the cooling, it comes with two 120mm fans in the front, one 120mm at the back and a larger 140mm at the top. It also comes with a rather interesting plate with three fans which is placed between the motherboard and the 5.25-inch bays. This should create a rather good air tunnel. With its weight of 15.7kg, NZXT has decided to place rubber wheels and a handle for easier movement of the case.

The new Khaos should be available in mid-June at the suggested price of US$399.

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