The case ships with a "dual fan 8W per channel controller," to adjust the fan speeds, and a "three temperature display" on the front panel for quick thermal readings. Meanwhile, the meshed 5.25-inch bays, door, and bottom panel enable maximum airflow.
Hades can house up to nine 5.25-inch or five 5.25-inch along with four 3.5-inch drives, and also has a bracket to mount two solid-state drives. It has plenty of clearance for colossal video cards like AMD's recently released dual-GPU Radeon HD 5970.
Additional features include holes in the motherboard tray for quick CPU bracket removal and wire routing, pre-drilled holes on the backplate for liquid-cooling setups, two front mounted USB 2.0, audio, and eSATA ports, and a removable PSU filter.
NZXT's Hades is available now for $90, and is worthy enough to accompany our buying guide's Enthusiast PC.