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    Looks will only get you so far, then you need some substance under the hood. As it relates to computer cases, you need one to be functional, offer a spacious working interior more often than not, it has to be easy to install components inside, have great airflow; quite simply, we want it all, donít we? So today we're looking at the NZXT Zero 2, a gaming case that is a successor to the popular original Zero case, showcasing some good features at a very attractive price tag.



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    Nice case for $99 but why use a 80mm fan on the top and bottom when the front, rear and side panel is all 120mm, they lost me there . Two 120mm on top with a radiator support would have been a better idea.

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    Nice review! However, there is a little error. The paragraph on "liquicoolability" is repeated.

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    Weird. Fixed now, thanks for the heads-up Zinos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Nice case for $99 but why use a 80mm fan on the top and bottom when the front, rear and side panel is all 120mm, they lost me there . Two 120mm on top with a radiator support would have been a better idea.

    Agreed. Btw, do they make hole saws as big as 120mm?

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    Thanks Jake!

    I see you took serious my words about water cooling adaptive cases.

    Thanks again!

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    They make tools for anything LOL. Dremel would be easier though.

    Geralt, of course, your comment/idea was great, I think it makes the reviews better and more interesting to a wider range of people. I started it with the CM ATCS 840 review, and now with the Zero 2 Dan talked about it as well. I think it's a great angle to cover because alot of people are interesting in how well cases are suited for water cooling.

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