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NZXT Hush Mid-Tower Case

ccokeman    -   May 2, 2007


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Testing:

For the testing phase of this review I will compare the system temperature and CPU temperature between the HUSH and CM Stacker. I will be using the temperature monitoring utility that came with the motherboard being used, in this case Abit's Uguru software. For the idle temperatures I will allow 30 minutes of no load then 24 hours of Stress Prime 2004 Orthos Edition for load temperatures. This will give a true heat soak type of test to eliminate false reading by running a short test. In addition to these tests we will add a new procedure to our testing setup. We will test the airflow through the case as well as the volume of air moved by the included fans.

Testing Setup:

  • CPU: Intel E6600 390x10 1.475v
  • Motherboard: Abit AW9D-Max
  • Memory: Buffalo FireStix 4-5-4-15 ddr900
  • Video Card(s):    ATI Radeon X1900XT
  • Power Supply: OCZ Game Xtream 700 watt
  • Hard Drive:   1 160gb Western Digital
  • Opticals:   Samsung DVD writer
  • O/S:  Windows XP Service pack 2

Lower is Better

Lower is Better

Lower is Better

Lower is Better


Pretty amazing results for a mid tower style case that is packed pretty full of hardware. The components in the case are actually cooler than in the Stacker with the one exception being the system temperature.




  1. Introduction: Closer Look
  2. Closer Look: Case Components
  3. Closer Look: Sound Dampening
  4. Closer Look: Wiring and Accessories
  5. Installation
  6. Specifications and Features
  7. Testing
  8. Testing Kestral
  9. Testing:Airflow
  10. Conclusion
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