The NZXT Panzerbox is a rather small enclosure at 244x455x455 mm, but still deep enough to handle the oversized heatsinks that have become the norm for high end systems.  A pair of 190mm fans, one at the top and one in the front provide intake and a 120mm fan provides you with exhaust and the removable motherboard tray is a nice touch.  If you are looking for a nonstandard case but don’t want to sacrifice structural stability then drop by Pro-clockers to see a case that might fit the bill.

“A few months ago, I saw a press release on a new case from NZXT. The case was called the Panzerbox. I am very familiar with NZXT cases and power supplies. I know their quality, so from that point on, I knew I had to get the case. There are many things to love about the Panzerbox: the ability to house a standard ATX motherboard, the attention to welding detail and the massive fans in such a small space. During this review, I am sure I can find more things to like about the Panzerbox. Read along to find out just what they are.”

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