NZXT Switch 810 Pro Reviews

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NZXT Switch 810 Reviews

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APH Networks 7.1/10 Apr 20 '12
Benchmark Reviews 8.8/10 Feb 07 '12
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HardwareHeaven  --- Jan 17 '12
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Hardwareoverclock Austria  --- Feb 29 '12
KitGuru  --- Mar 20 '12
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Techgage  --- May 16 '12
techPowerUp! 9.1/10 Apr 19 '12
Test Freaks  --- Feb 24 '12
ThinkComputers 10/10 Apr 10 '12
Neoseeker  --- Jan 17 '12
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"In my personal opinion, I think the company got quite a number of things right in this case. So to save you time, I will highlight only the stuff I think are outstanding, otherwise I will just be rewriting this review. Firstly, the large, unobstructed side window. Back in the days, they were easy as heck to find. Nowadays, it deserves an entire section of its own. Either way, I love it. Secondly, the top ventilation. It can be opened or closed at your desire. Simple? Yes. But this is definitely something other case manufacturers need to learn from NZXT for those who don't like dust in their case. Thirdly, the tilting center fan. Enough said. Fourthly, the cable management features. With the right number of openings in the all the right places on the motherboard tray, the Switch 810 is definitely a pleasure to work with. Of course, there are a few things that I would like to see addressed. For one thing, it is not travel friendly. All the fancy click lock panels are cool, until you need to move your case around. Also, it is freaking loud. Considering it already has a centralized fan board, I don't think a variable speed controller is too much to ask for. And last, but not least, some of the plastics are too scratch happy or flimsy feeling. Fix all these, and the Switch 810 is definitely the case to switch to; pun intended. But even with the current issues, all the outstanding attributes makes it impossible not to recommend this work of simple brilliance."
"If you are going to fill every inch of space with three 5.25" and nine hard drives, use three or four video cards and add in another five fans, the NZXT Switch 810 could be a good value. If you are planning on using all that space and water cooling your devices, then Switch 810 is definitely worth it. So to really get your money's worth, you should already be planning on liquid cooling."
"Overall, NZXT have designed an excellent and innovative chassis in the Switch 810. It is flooded with cooling potential, has plenty of expansion options and successfully implements worthwhile innovative features. At £149.77/€169,90 though, the Switch 810 does have some very worthy competitors. We can’t think of anybody who will be disappointed by the Switch 810, but its price tag does leave a potential buyer with an uncertain decision as to whether the Switch 810 is the chassis for them."
"Overall the Switch case is very impressive on that front with solid steel construction, a good paint job and some very nice plastic with soft touch coating that fits the overall chassis very well. Internally the high level of build quality continues with rubber covers on the wiring holes, more construction which feels solid and good, NZXT branded fans."
"It is clear that the OCZ RevoDrive3 is the top dog around these parts and definitely worth the buy, for the PC or gamer enthusiast or the average, everyday consumer as the drive appeals to the whole market with its easy SI BOIS and top notch transfer speeds."