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Very cool looks.
Lots of storage options.
Removable Power Supply Intake Filter.
Rubber Antivibration Power Supply Support.
Dual 8w Fan Control.
Toolfree Installation via Thumbscrews and Hard Drive Rails.
Excellent Cable Management.
Very Large CPU Heatsink cutout.
Support for 170mm Tall Heatsinks.
Justified price / quality ratio.
Small and compact with carrying handle.
Can still hold full size GPUs perfect for a small LAN party rig.
Two fans included.
Water cooling ready.
Fan controller included.
Very restrictive on terms of CPU cooler.
Thin metal makes for a somewhat fragile & easily bendable case.
Thin paint job cannot take even the slightest amount of abuse.
Mesh side scratches paint & is easily bendable out of shape.
Somewhat inadequate packaging.
No SSD Mounts.
Could have come with a second Orange LED Fan for the top.
Can be hard to open.
Little wiggle room inside the case can make wiring difficult.
Designed for MicroATX motherboards.
Not much room at top of case.
Might not be able to install second top fan, depending on size of CPU cooler.
By Bit-tech.net on June 17, 2011
The NZXT Vulcan is ideal for a small LAN party PC, thanks to its carry handle, respectable cooling and small size. However, it won't be as appropriate for a day-to-day main desktop PC, as it can be noisy and it’s only got two internal 3.5in...
By Fusion Mods on December 27, 2010
Right out of the box, the NZXT Vulcan is a small case. Specifically, its built to hold a mATX motherboard, but still packs a lot of room for components and cooling. The case height is the only area that doesnt measure up to a full sized...
By Gamers Daily News on November 22, 2010
After going through the Vulcan top to bottom I was impressed. It has some very innovative design features and NZXT didn’t cut corners with anything. There are some things little things that could have been better but there can be on any case. If...
By TechNewsHW on November 17, 2010
We have spent some time evaluating this chassis from NZXT, spanning both the USA and Canada. Overall, a very solid build from a platform designed as a portable LAN chassis. As we mentioned iBUYPOWER is offering this with the mighty HD5970 installed,...
By OCModShop on October 27, 2010
Things seem to get smaller every time I go to an electronics store. I remember when I was a kid and would be at the electronics section of a supermarket, wishing I had one of those big, bulky portable black and white televisions that only picked up...
By Icrontic on August 11, 2010
NZXT is a Los Angeles-based company established in 2004 that prides themselves on their unique and functional product designs geared towards gamers and PC enthusiasts. From cases and peripherals to power supplies, NZXT has put their unique design...
By BCCHardware on August 09, 2010
Throughout this review I was trying to come up with things that I didn't like about the NZXT Vulcan case, however here we are at the end of the review and I still haven't been able to come up with anything I didn't like which speaks to how...
By Kitguru.net on August 04, 2010
We recommend this case, but be sure to consider the 200mm fan if you want to dramatically lower system temperatures and enhance...
By PCPer on August 03, 2010
We'd like to thank our friends at NZXT for providing the Vulcan micro ATX case for our review today. The overall style, build quality, innovative use of beveled mesh elements, and dual-channel fan controller really won us over. The expandability...
By HardwareHeaven on August 02, 2010
It is fair to say that the styling of the NZXT Vulcan will split opinion; the rugged industrial look may not appeal to some users however there will be others who it really appeals to. For those consumers they will find a well built, flexible chassis...
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