Where computer casings are concerned, NZXT is an upstart when compared to veteran names like Antec and Coolermaster, but that hasn’t stopped them from making some really interesting and bang-for-buck products. Despite being established only in 2004, NZXT was the winner in our budget casing shootout some two years ago, wowing us with its high-end features, commendable build quality and attractive looks.
Today, we are looking at the NZXT Switch 810. The casing has been around for awhile now, but ours here is the limited edition Switch 810 with a special matte finish.
The Switch 810 has been dubbed by NZXT as an hybrid full tower casing. It gets its special “hybrid” status thanks to its ability to fully support liquid or air-cooling (though we wonder which reputable casing model can't do that anyway). That aside, our special edition Switch 810 has all the features that makes the standard Switch 810 such a formidable casing, including a unique internal fan cooling system, nine expansion slots, support for USB 3.0 and a large motherboard tray area that can accommodate extra-large E-ATX and XL-ATX motherboards. Tempted? Read on for the details.
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