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NZXT M59 Reviews
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|Benchmark Reviews||8.7/10||Nov 20 '09|
|Bjorn3D||8/10||Sep 24 '09|
|Bona Fide Reviews||4/5||Nov 02 '09|
|Hardware Secrets||---||Oct 06 '09|
|Modders-Inc||6/10||Oct 20 '09|
|Overclockers Club||---||Nov 08 '09|
|OverclockersOnline||---||Oct 30 '09|
|Red & Blackness Mods||---||Oct 11 '09|
|Techgage||8/10||Oct 26 '09|
|Technic3D||---||Jan 08 '10|
|TestSeek||95/100||Nov 29 '09|
|ThinkComputers||9/10||Oct 22 '09|
|Tweak Town||91%||Feb 28 '10|
|Neoseeker||---||Nov 10 '09|
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"NZXT shows that "inexpensive" doesn't have to mean "cheap." the M59 would be a good choice for any gamer more interested in putting their money into CPUs and graphics cards rather than a fancy aluminum case."
"The NZXT is exactly what you would expect from a budget case, and more. Extra features at no extra cost make this a great case for a build of just about any nature."
"The NZXT M59 case is well designed and stylish case that will make any gamer happy. It’s a budget minded case that’s big on features, for the price it’s well worth it."
"In summary, we think this is a terrific product for the user that is on a budget and is looking for a good product. Costing only USD 60 (USD 50 after a USD 10 mail-in rebate) this case is a no-brainer."
"I have to admit that though the M59 has lots of great features, the execution was a bit rough, and left me wanting that little bit of extra room or that extra bit of perfection. Despite the little flaws though, this case is a strong performer in the budget category, and I've become accustomed to looking over at my own piece of stealth machinery. The fans are reasonably quite -- my CPU cooler is louder by far, and many users may never need to put more than 2 hard drives in their system (or might completely escape that problem with slimmer SATA connectors)."