NZXT Announces M59 Gaming Chassis

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News Posted: Tue, Jul 21 2009 7:35 PM

NZXT Announces M59 Gaming Chassis

New case brings optimal airflow, maximum expandability, sleek aesthetics, and clean wire management


El Monte, CA – July 21st, 2009 – NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce the M59 gaming chassis. M59 delivers optimal airflow with 5 powerful fans with the option to station two fans on the top(side 120mm LED fan and rear 120mm exhaust included), side intake for GPU cooling, a mesh front panel and a bottom mounted PSU draws cooler air from the bottom of the case. The sleek aesthetics are highlighted by an all black interior and smoked clear window along with a 5.25” stealth bay gives a clean, but powerful presence. NZXT enhances the PC building experience with features that help make the installation process as painless as possible with pre-drilled water cooling holes and punched holes in the motherboard allowing for quick CPU bracket removal and immaculate wire routing. Additional advanced features include space for two SSD drives and higher end 10.5” graphics cards along with an ambient night light sitting over the 5.25” drives for constant visibility in dark rooms or at LAN parties.



“M59 will provide gamers with the ideal balance of performance and style with a wide array of features for under $60” said Johnny Hou, Chief Designer at NZXT. “The airflow, expandability, cable management, ease of installation, and sleek look and feel make this a very compelling option for the budget conscious gamer.”
The m59 will be available in August at an MSRP of $59.99.





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Frankly, I didn't expect the price to be so low.  But can someone explain why so many cases have this weird jagged look these days?

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Yeah $60 is really chep, but I don't think I have ever liked a NZXT case. They are all ugly.

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Marco C replied on Tue, Jul 21 2009 11:26 PM

I normally don't go for wild looking cases, but this one just looks bad ass to me.

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As far as Nzxt cases goes, this one just looks plain ugly to me.

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Have you checked out the Nzxt cases that ibuypower.com offers? They have some very interesting looking ones.

I myself like the Ikonik case and the Tuniq case that they offer and all of the Nzxt cases look pretty cool to me.

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A face only a mother could love...lol...

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Nice way to put it Der.

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