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Monday, 06 July 2009 13:25

NZXT preparing a new case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The new, all black M59 case


The guys from PCGameshardware.de managed to snap some pictures of NZXT's M59 tower case that should be announced pretty soon. The new tower case has four 5.25-inch bays, a side window and a rather impressive 60 euro price tag.

The design of the case is quite interesting and looks a bit like Dell's XPS systems. It is made out of SECC steel except for the front which is made out of plastic as any other material just wouldn't be possible due to the design. The entire case is fully painted in black and the PSU has been placed on the bottom.

The rest of the specs include place for up to five 3.5-inch HDD and two 2.5-inch HDD or SSDs. The cooling is done by by two 120mm fans in the rear and on the side panel, where the latter have blue LEDs. NZXT's M59 has also room for additional 140mm that can be placed on top and in the front of the case. NZXT has also made an opening in the motherboard tray, behind the CPU socket, so it is possible to remove or install the CPU cooler without removing the motherboard itself.

The most interesting feature is the price which should hover around 60 euro, and the case should be available by the end of this month.

You can check out more pictures over at PCGamesHardware.de.

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