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Excellent cable management, Lightweight, Ample work space inside, Various cooling options, Good expansion capability.
Interesting design, Excellent finish, Spacious (although it’s not compatible with Radeon HD 5970), Extensive cooling system, Good cable management system, Excellent price.
Finsihed interior with rounded edges, Cable routing holes, tie-down areas, and processor back plate cutout, Room for 7 3.5" devices and 4 5.25" devices, Bottom-mount power supply with filtered intake, Extraordinary features and construction quality for...
Excellent look and design, Room for the large video cards, Includes 2.5” to 3.5” adapter.
Light weight, Plenty of space for hard drives, Dual 2.5" HD adapter, Good cooling performance
PRICE!, Tons of features, Unique design, Toolless features
Well ventilated, Lots of space for drives, Bottom mounted power supply, Behind the motherboard wiring, Rounded edges throughout, Motherboard tray cutout for behind CPU access
No external 3.5" bays, Upper fan mounts of limited usefulness, Difficult to mount front 120mm fan, Front panel USB ports too close together, Radical styling not appealing to some
Top drive back blocks installation of top fan, Must use the included stealth drive cover or modify the case, Little room on top of case around motherboard, No front fan installed, No 5.25” to 3.5” bay adapter included
Only two fans included
Motherboard standoffs did not install correctly
Looks may polarize some users, Only one stealthed optical drive
By Hi Tech Legion on April 09, 2010
I also wrote a review for the NZXT Gamma case. The M59 Classic case is remarkably similar to the Gamma in profile. Because of that, I expected the performance and the installation to be the same. The layout for both cases is nearly identical. The...-
By TestSeek Labs on November 30, 2009
To me, NZXT’s lineup of cases is rather typical for most case manufacturers with several product lines with different characteristics and price levels. A couple of months back I took a look at the NZXT Beta which is a case from one of NZXT’s...95
By Pureoverclock on November 27, 2009
Simply because a case is being marketed as budget does not mean that it is of budget quality. The M59 arrived as a fully featured mid tower, performed as such, but is priced as though it is something substantially less. Featuring water cooling...90
By 3dGameMan on November 24, 2009
Video Review: The NZXT M59 Case has lots of drive bays, black interior, cable management holes, cooler retention hole on the motherboard tray, dust filters and more. While the overall fit and finish is great, the styling is bold and might not suit...-
By Benchmark Reviews on November 21, 2009
This case performs well; it's not a tool-less case (but no case at this price point is). It offers ample interior room for most builds and is easy to work with. The NZXT M59's appearance is bold and rather aggressive. This may not be...87
By Neoseeker on November 10, 2009
The M59 functionally speaking is a very decent case. It sustains good temperatures stock from the factory, and can only improve when you add the additional fans. The style or aesthetics of the chassis took some getting used to for me, but it finally...-
By Overclockers Club on November 08, 2009
Well after this review I would have to say I'm kinda neutral on this case. It does have many great points that any one person might look into. Points such as 120mm/140mm radiator support, price, and a side panel window with LED fan. It also boasted...-
By Bonafide Reviews on November 02, 2009
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. You should be able to fit most any system in there, but just be...80
By Overclockers Online on October 30, 2009
The M59 has been my first experience with an NZXT case and overall I was happy with it. While the looks are rather polarizing, the case was easy to work in and install aside from screwing in the motherboard standoffs. Cooling performance was...-
By Techgage on October 26, 2009
The often used but equally misunderstood statement "you get what you pay for" has not only been applied to the M59, it has been proven a fact. As mentioned earlier, this chassis comes in at $60US and can be found for less on sale. I have tested units...80