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NZXT launches Panzerbox chassis, claims best-in-class airflow

by Parm Mann on 20 March 2009, 10:46

Tags: Panzerbox, NZXT

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Oodles of cooling to go?

NZXT has officially rolled out its Panzerbox chassis, targeting LAN-going gamers who demand full-size performance in a transportable package.

The mid-tower chassis, pictured below, is made of welded aluminium, measures 244mm x 455mm x 455mm and weighs around 6.4kg. The result, says NZXT, is "a light and luxurious option for travel and LAN parties".

Despite cutting back on weight, the Panzerbox isn't without high-end functionality. It claims to offer the best airflow in its class - throwing out 300CFM courtesy of the 190mm fan up front, a 190mm at the top and a 120mm fan at the rear.

Inside, there's room for dual radiators, 10.5in graphics cards, up to four hard disks, up to three optical drives, and a removable motherboard tray to make installation that little bit easier.

Not a bad-looking option, we reckon, and it'll be arriving in stores late in April with a price tag of $119.99. Interested? Check out a handful of additional images on page two.

Official press release: NZXT Unleashes Compact Panzerbox Gaming Chassis for LAN Enthusiasts