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Room for extra cooling.
Tool-free drive installation.
Front USB 3.0 port.
Great expandability for cooling.
Great features for the price.
Has USB 3.0 headers.
Can hold video cards up to 13" long.
Pretty cool looks (subjective).
Two fairly quiet fans included.
Choice of two colors: black or black & white.
Leaving little room to open up the front panel.
No dust filters for intake fans.
No extra screws included just the bare minimum.
Not many boards have the internal USB 3.0 connector yet.
Design may not be for everyone.
Front panel cables are tie wrapped to the back of the motherboard panel.
By Expert Reviews on March 30, 2013
It's inexpensive and not a bad looker, but this case's build quality lets it down...60
By Bit-tech.net on January 15, 2013
The Source 210 does the job that it sets out to do reasonably well, as it will house and effectively cool an ATX system in a chassis that's sturdy enough for its price and easy to work with. With its eight drive mounts, we could easily see it being...76
By ThinkComputers on September 11, 2011
The NZXT Source 210 Elite is a great case in terms of features. However, this case is very plain on the outside. There isn’t much going for it in terms of style, but that’s what happens when you can purchase this case for $49.99 (in both...90
By Kitguru.net on August 28, 2011
A solid budget offering from...80
By APH Networks on August 12, 2011
The NZXT Source 210 Elite reminds me of November 15, 2001. Why? Well, that was the day that the word "elite" would have more than one meaning. The fact Halo was released almost ten years ago is starting to make me feel old, and I'm not even that old...71
By Benchmark Reviews on August 11, 2011
Performance in a case is about being able to silently keep components cool. Although no formal testing was done with the Source 210 Elite I can say that the temperatures attained when stress testing were well within normal spec for the E8200 that is...95
By Vortez on August 05, 2011
Weve reached the final stage of our comprehensive review of NZXTs Source 210 Elite, so what is the verdict?The Source 210 Elite has desirable looks with sleek undertones and a minimalist approach to styling. It also has all the...-
By Overclockers Club on July 24, 2011
Poor performance in a test certainly doesn't break a case. However, the Source 210 was not without its flaws, which included an impaired ability to install hard drives when working with 10.5" or greater graphics cards. Not everything is perfect, but...-
By eTeknix on July 14, 2011
With more cases on the market than ever before from more brands that we're used to, the choice for buying a new chassis can be quite overwhelming and with many buying decisions and factors to take in, sites like us aim to assist you as much as...-
By techPowerUp! on July 04, 2011
Seems like NZXT has gotten their act together. First the Phantom, then the H2 and now the entry level Source. As is the scenario for all cases of this price class, looks is what matters and NZXT has managed to offer a good feature set for a 39.90 or...86