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Watercooling support; fits giant GPUs; good stock cooling; small and lightweight.
Sleek Mid Tower Design, Mesh fron panel, Aluminum
Compact, aggressive look, Wide stance with classic features, Quality materials and construction, Topnotch cooling performance, Removable motherboard tray, Liquid cooling ready, Three included fans (120mm, 2 X 190mm), Good value
Two 190mm fans on top and front panels, Removable motherboard tray, Removable hard drive cage with sound dampening features, Light weight aluminum and mesh design, Affordable
Very well made, Keeps everything cool, Easy installation with thumbscrews everywhere, Removable motherboard tray, Can fit even the largest video cards.
Lightweight, Anodized aluminum construction, Compact, Excellent build quality, Outstanding airflow, Rubber mounted HDD rack, Removable motherboard tray, Included dual radiator rack mounting brackets, Water cooling hose outlets, Great pricing schedule
Easy installation, Lots of room, Good cooling performance
Small, compact, light, yet sturdy build, Looks unique, Extremely easy to work in, I love thumbscrews as a tool less option, Great airflow, Lots of room on the inside.
Very well made, Lots of room actually, Nicely designed, Thumbscrews for most everything make installation that much easier, Excellent cooling ability, Removable motherboard tray
Build quality, Easy radiator mounting, (Nice to see something out of ordinary for a chance)
Solid aluminum construction, lightweight for its size, Fans are very quiet even at full speed, Truly tool-less, Removable motherboard tray, Included hardware for radiator mounting
Performance, Dark, Sinister look, Excellent cooling fan and ventilation arrangement, Removable motherboard tray, Excellent cable management, Water cooling ready, Thumb screw assembly.
Great looking exterior with nice matte finish, Large fans that provide good ventilation with quiet operations, Removable motherboard tray, Well, labeled accessories, Ready for liquid cooling
Compact design, but can still fit an ATX motherboard and PSU as well as long video cards, Great cooling, Removable motherboard tray, Thumbscrews everywhere
Extremely compact case, Light weight, Can be stuffed with full sized hardware, Very well constructed frame, Water cooling ready, Removable mainboard tray, Removable hard drive cage, Hard drive cage is rubber mounted, Plenty of air flow: 2 x 190 mm & 1 x 1
Lightweight, sturdy aluminum construction; massive, quiet 190mm fans; removable motherboard tray
Inconvenient PSU placement; toolless HDD/ODD bays would be nice.
The gap between the PSU and PCI devices might prevent you from adding a video card with a modified cooler.
Couple of issues with PSU location, Fans may be too loud for daily use
Difficult to install motherboard standoffs, Fans are loud when running on high, Front hard drives block airflow, Heavy when system is installed
Included 190mm fans will irritate you without the use of a Rheo
Loud; fan speeds are not controllable
Little to no cable management, A little cramped once one or more video cards are installed
A bit loud (at least for me), No fan grills
Few drive bays for a case this size, Noisy, No dust filters
Cable management can be tricky, Hard drive cage can be difficult to remove/install, No external 3.5" bay for card reader/fan controller
Quirks in assembling, Vertical PSU location blocks connector access on graphics cards, Clearance for certain crossfire or SLI bridge connectors.
No dust filters provided
The 190mm fans only have 3pin connectors, Fans are a bit loud
Fans are extremely loud, No dust filters on large intake fan, PSU may block graphics cards with large, nonreference cooling solutions, No external 3.5 inch bay, No hole for easy CPU cooler removal on mainboard tray, ODDs will cover part of the mainboard c
Power supply mounts in front of expansion slots; handles would be helpful for LAN-partygoers
By Expert Reviews on May 01, 2011
It has an interesting interior layout, but the Panzerbox can’t match other cases for noise reduction....60
By Tech-Reviews UK on February 25, 2011
The NZXT Panzerbox is a perfect case all round. When NZXT started designing their case from the ground up they had to cover a lot of aspects throughout development. They had to ensure that they had a sturdy design, strong aesthetic features and a...80
By Maximum PC on June 10, 2010
Tiny enclosure holds a whole lotta stuff NZXT’s Panzerbox is akin to a Mini Cooper. It might look diminutive, but it has a surprising amount of space and is feature-packed, to boot. The Panzerbox is smaller than a mid-tower yet it has a slide-out...80
By Unique Rigs on March 18, 2010
The sizes of computer chassis have become predominantly bigger as the space needed inside a computer increases. With multiple setups such as RAID, SLI and Crossfire appearing more and more, the proper chassis has to be used. A lot of users do look at...90
By LanOC Reviews on March 10, 2010
Is the Panzerbox 'LAN ready'? With two 190mm fans and 120mm exhaust, support for high performance hardware, water-cooling, and a pure aluminum build I would say so. It's also one of the lightest mid-towers we've ever seen. With a decent...90
By Overclock3D on March 08, 2010
So you are looking for a case small enough to take to a LAN event, but big enough to house your twin graphic card system that's also got a CPU water loop... with a pot a Vaseline and some patience the Panzerbox could indeed be the case for you. The...70
By Pro-Clockers on February 15, 2010
Once you get the NZXT Panzerbox out the box and into your hands, you immediately know what the case is all about. The complete aluminum architecture of the case is amazing and very strong. I had my doubts before opening the box but that was shortly...-
By The Best Case Scenario on January 27, 2010
The NZXT Panzerbox is an excellent case, with a few interesting features that I like. It's obvious that thought went into the design and effort went into its appearance. With its low-profile finish, gentle curves and sleek black mesh, it's...100
By TweakNews on December 21, 2009
based on their own needs. Secondly, there's the noise issue. NZXT markets the Panzerbox as a gaming chassis and we shouldn't expect it to be silent. However, the two 190mm fans put out a pretty hefty roar that, while providing excellent cooling...-
By HardwareLogic on December 17, 2009
The Panzerbox is a nice little step up from the Beta, but it is also stepped up in price. Not that the price is bad though, coming in at about $100 for a solid case is reasonable. The Panzerbox does come with some of the nice options that high end...92