NZXT Unveils Compact Panzerbox Gaming Chassis

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News Posted: Thu, Mar 19 2009 5:10 PM

NZXT Unleashes Compact Panzerbox Gaming Chassis for LAN Enthusiasts

-- New mid-tower case offers extreme performance, best-in-class airflow at 300+ CFM, lightweight aluminum design for easy transport, and dual radiator support for $119.99 --

El Monte, CA - March 19, 2009 - NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce the Panzerbox, a mid-tower that offers the extreme performance of a full-tower case due to its unique design. Panzerbox features the best airflow in its class, boasting two 190mm and one 120mm fans that churn out a combined 300 CFM. The Panzerbox’s pure aluminum design makes it a light and luxurious option for travel and LAN parties and the welded chassis enhances strength and support. Dual radiator support and full expandability with room for high performance 10.5” cards, 4 hard drives, 3 5.25” drive bays, and oversized heatsinks offer gamers and enthusiasts even more options to increase performance while a removable motherboard tray makes upgrades easy and painless.

“Panzerbox gives gamers the capability and power of a full-size tower in a much smaller and convenient form factor” said Johnny Hou, Chief Designer at NZXT. “We’ve leveraged our many years of experience in case design and the ongoing feedback we receive from the enthusiast community to develop a chassis that lends itself well to easy transport without compromising on performance.”


Retailing for $119.99 the new Panzerbox case will be available in late April. For more information on the NZXT Panzerbox visit the NZXT website.

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tanka12345 replied on Thu, Mar 19 2009 11:26 PM

The Panzer looks great! I like the design of it and the price tag for an aluminum case is pretty reasonable. I saw a thread on the Panzer a few weeks back on the NZXT forums and I'm happy NZXT have released more information on it. Good work NZXT. I can't wait to see what other designs Johnny has in store for everyone this year.

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3vi1 replied on Fri, Mar 20 2009 7:13 PM

Personally, I won't use any computer named after a WW2 tank.

The same policy made me decline an IBM T32 laptop, years ago.

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wait is that a dual 120 rad I see at the top of the case on the pic to the right. pretty sweet if it is but um where does the power supply go then?

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