NZXT isn't going out of business

Tagged: Off Topic, Rumors
Source: Max Borges Agency - Read the full article
Posted: 6 years 15 weeks ago

Yesterday at 7:30 PM PST the NZXT website was infiltrated illegally.  While having access to the site, hackers made several malicious changes including sending out an erroneous newsletter to our database claiming that NZXT is going out of business.  They also changed  product warranties, deleted product and home page banners, etc.
Well, I’m happy to report that NZXT is NOT going out of business and to the contrary we are more excited than ever to be a part of this tremendous industry.  We are poised to launch several highly anticipated products over the next two months including the Phantom full tower case we unveiled at Computex.  We feel this will provide enthusiasts with one of the most fresh and unique case designs in quite some time.
I’d like to take this opportunity to offer my sincere gratitude to the community for your ongoing support of NZXT.  We design our products based on what you need to build a stellar PC and welcome your feedback as to how we can help your computing experience be as enjoyable as possible. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions.
Best regards,
Johnny Hou
Product Manager and Co-Founder of NZXT



GraysonPeddie's picture
Joined: 10/29/2006
Posts: 570

Hackers will not get along, Rodney, no matter if you put huge loads of pressure towards hackers to get along.

It's very sad.

Also, it's scared me to think that NZXT is going out of business, even they they're not, because I've purchased an NXZT Gamma Classic Series GAMA-001BK computer case and used this as my server with front LEDs unplugged (too bright and I'm not crazy for LEDs). Plus, the design of the computer case, along with cable management holes makes it look very nice. It's almost clean in the inside. I'd like to thank you for the video review, Rodney.

I might purchase that very same case for gaming and let my HTPC case be for HTPC and not for gaming (don't want a video card running even when it's on, so that I can save energy by turning off the gaming PC when I'm done with it and leave my HTPC turned on.

PC: Tt Core V21; Kaveri APU, 16GB RAM, GTX 960, Arch Linux
Server: Rosewill Legacy V6-S, AMD Athlon 5350 APU, 8GB RAM, 90W DC-IN PSU, Ubuntu Server

3dGameMan's picture
Joined: 12/31/2000
Posts: 5401 has also been attacked in the past by hackers. And I can tell you from experince that it's not pretty and creates a lot of unnessary work. Although I guess this is what these hackers want. They want to create chaos and strike fear in who they attack. As the saying goes, "Why can't we all just get along?".

Rodney Reynolds,