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NZXT Apollo Case Review

Former staff writer    -   July 18, 2006


Closer Look
Removing the packaging materials, I was finally awarded an unobstructed view of the Apollo. Also When I slid the case out, a poster of the product came out as well! (not shown) This was a bonus as it is a fairly nice looking poster, and I like space, so there is definitely a spot on my wall for this baby. First impression of this case was simply �wow�. Coming with a door to cover the 5.25" bays, I noticed that it opens the opposite compared to most doors on cases, that being from the left. The front hookups (USB. Audio, etc) are not front mounted but instead are on the side of the case. Stylish front intakes are on each side of the front of this case.

 

 

Coming with a standard full side window is a nice addition as well. The side panel also has the ability to mount a 120mm fan in the side window. Opening up the case and removing the box of supplied hardware, as well as the instructions, I was rewarded by seeing the means of fastening all your hardware without tools! (Except the motherboard)


This is bound to make life easier when I am constantly swapping parts in and out of the case. This case uses all 120mm fans for cooling, which provide superior airflow at little to no noise. Being a full tower case, there is lots of room for water cooling, or lots of hardware.



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look
  3. Installation & Specifications
  4. Testing & Conclusion
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