NZXT Switch 810 Case Review

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NZXT Switch 810 Case rated 100% KICKASS by 3dGameMan.com

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The NZXT Switch 810 Case is a full-tower case that is jam packed with excellent features and it looks amazing. If you need loads of drive bays, plenty of room to work, tons of fans, cable management holes and more this is the case for you.


 

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I wonder whether I could install a dust filter on the top rear of the case....

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Great review - I'm currently on the fence about this case. I am going to use it for a studio, so naturally I would have wanted abit more information about noise and such. Perhaps you could invest in a db meter, for some extra stats in your future videos? I'm sure many people would care about such information

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holy crap what a case

Erakith
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NZXT.. really stepping up their game.
I honestly believe they're set to overtake Cooler Master and Thermaltake and become one of the leaders of case manufacture. Corsair will probably be up there soon too. Their 600R is rockin'.

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beautiful case and definitely deserves 100% kickass rating.

Anonymous

How's the cooling on it, does it have any lights?

Anonymous

I here you, I am torn between the Cosmos II and The Phantom, anyone have any feedback to help me lean one way or the other? Other then the price of course, although does the Cosmos II warrant the $350 dollar price tag?

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I have a Phantom. It's a fantastic case, with a ton of room, awesome looks and HUGE modding potential. I've gutted the inside of mine for both aesthetics & function and it is just incredible.

The Cosmos II apparently has a lot of issues regarding shipping package quality, resulting in a lot of cases getting damaged.

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I really like the case, but also like the Phantom. I agree NZXT has stepped it up!

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So if it fits a 360mm rad in the top I'm going on a limb to say you can mount 3 x 120mm on the top correct?
Any other radiator mount areas?

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You could potentially mount a 240 or 280 in the bottom front of the case. Also note that you could fit a 420 on top instead of a 360 (but either of these will require you to not use the top 5.25" bay)

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Finally, a good new case with a perfect sized window.

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NZXT has been rocking some damn nice cases lately. From the looks of it, you could install three rads pretty easy. 360mm or 480mm possibly in the top. Looks like a 240 would fit on the back, then another 240 on the bottom. Would make one hell of a cooling setup for a TRI/QUAD-SLI setup with water!

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Nice Case, especially for Watercooling Enthusiasts ! :) Greetings from Germany

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Really nice. Innovative/useful features: led shield plate, pivoting fan, fan power board, easy open side panels, hot-swap drive bay, more dust filters than you can shake a stick at, etc. Plus, the white looks clean. If I needed such a big case, this would be it.

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this can't be 100% kickass. it does not have a removeable motherboard tray making it only kickass.

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LOL... Unfortunately, man people don't care about removable motherboard trays, DAMMIT! Fact is, full tower cases have lots of room to work, so a removable mobo tray isn't so important, but still.

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Does the top support a 360mm radiator? It looks as if it can in the video(going by the screw hole locations), and I was just wondering. If it does support one, and they come out with a black version(because a white case would get too dirty in my house haha), I'm definitely gonna consider this for my next case.

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Rad support: 65mm thick 360/420mm rad on top, 240mm rad on bot:)

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supports 360 or 420mm

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This is one of the best case out there, i can only imagine this monster with the top hardware available with water cooling and stuff.

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