NZXT Unveils Zero 2

"Full Tower Steel Chassis Featuring Customizable Cooling System "

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NZXT Unveils Zero 2

NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce the Zero 2 Full Tower Steel Chassis the integrates a fully customizable cooling system. The structural integrity of the Zero 2 can not be doubted featuring a sturdy 1.0mm steel construction and weighing in at 10.2kg. Adopting a similar extreme cooling approach to that of the original Zero chassis, Zero 2 offers a fully customizable cooling system with space for seven 120mm fans and one 80mm fan making it a phenomenal option for users that run Multi GPU systems. This aggressive cooling system combined with other great features like screwless installation for HDD devices, top mounted USB, and Intel HD Audio and AC’97 Audio capability make Zero 2 one of the most compelling case options on the market for the PC Enthusiast and Gamer.

“The original Zero was a tremendous success for NZXT due to its unique, customizable cooling setup,” said Johnny Hou, Chief Designer at NZXT. “The Zero 2 builds off of its predecessor’s success and provides truly phenomenal value for gamers everywhere priced under $100.”

Retailing for $99.99 the new Zero 2 is available now. For more information on the NZXT Zero2, visit http://www.nzxt.com/products/zero_2/

For more information on NZXT and to view the company’s complete catalog, visit www.nzxt.com.


 
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28-11-2008, 06:21:34

PV5150
Faster and cheaper to produce NAND flash memory, hopefully means we all stand to benefit.

Details in the news article

28-11-2008, 09:43:56

Jim
ROFL at their slide:

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"Extreme For F*cks Sake"? Great name Sandisk :p

28-11-2008, 09:46:46

PV5150
I was wondering how long that'd take. :p

28-11-2008, 15:19:17

monkey7
Whaha I did not see that ^^

Would be nice to have another breakthrough in ssd prices though, would love to have a pair of solids in RAID0 for my OS and AutoCAD :)
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