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Light in the back to help you find the right plug in a dark environment.
Extremely well engineered interior layout.
Plenty of fans right out of the box.
Cool little PCB to connect fans to.
Removable HDD cages.
Multiple locations for radiators.
Quick disconnect panels are very useful.
Great cable management system.
High airflow design.
Toolfree 5.25" and 3.5" HDD mounting.
Support for video cards up to 375mm long.
Reusable PCI slot covers.
Four included 140mm fans with fan hub.
A lot of plastic no real metal mesh parts to reinforce the outer shell.
Top air vent flimsy.
No HPTX support.
Front hotswap bay requires you to screw in a HDD into the metal bay.
Screwless locks for ODDs do not hold that well.
Some parts rattle or are loose.
Top fan vents have no purpose when closed
Heavy, and substantial.
Something this big should have handles of some sort.
Lack of a Fan controller drives additional noise.
Limited card reader.
By VR-Zone on June 26, 2012
NZXT is a well-known company amongst enthusiasts which ever since 2004 has been developing and distributing some of the best computer cases available. Today the company has one of the largest computer case selections available, with a product for...
By Techgage on May 16, 2012
The Switch 810 is a winner from start to finish although I'm not completely sold on the looks. The mesh and soft touch accents look great alongside the high gloss finish, but the amount of plastic tends to give it a bit of a cheap look, but it's...
By Overclockers Club on May 10, 2012
As we just saw in the Testing & Results section, the performance of the NZXT Switch 810 really seems to take control of the other cases and put up some impressive numbers for being as quiet as it is. The interior pivoting fan appears to have been a...
By Pureoverclock on May 08, 2012
Visually, the NZXT Switch 810 is extremely sleek and very attractive to the eye with its gloss white finish framed in matte black and smooth lines. I especially enjoy the look of the entire case, as the front bezel is simply and uncluttered, while the...
By APH Networks on April 20, 2012
While a product's success is ultimately determined by the product itself, it all starts off with one thing: The name. As I have discussed in my Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 64GB review last year, what a product is called already leaves a strong...
By techPowerUp! on April 19, 2012
NZXT is pushing into new regions with the Switch 810 chassis, as the case comes with a higher price tag than most of their other offerings. The large XL-ATX case does offer a long list of extremely useful features, most of which are due to the...
By Bjorn3D on April 12, 2012
Overall the NZXT Switch 810 is a very solid case in a number of ways. Of course it is not perfect, there are small flaws here and there, but overall it really does quite a good job. Cooling is more than sufficient from this case and the easy to...
By Hi Tech Legion on April 12, 2012
The Switch 810 is solid all the way around, from the ground up. Aesthetically, the NZXT Switch 810 oozes style, elegance and shear awesomeness from every pore. This is the best NZXT chassis I have come across in a very long time. I am thrilled to see...
By ThinkComputers on April 10, 2012
After looking over this case, installing a system in it and using for about 3 weeks now this has to be one of the most thought-out cases that I have seen in a while. If you go over each section of the case NZXT has done something to make it better or...
By Gamers Daily News on April 09, 2012
ConstructionThe only thing that could make the Switch 810 stronger would be adding a roll cage and 5 point...
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