NZXT Vulcan Micro-ATX Gaming Case
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 06-03-2010
Provided by: NZXT
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Introduction

NZXT is arguably one of the most popular case manufacturers in business today, particularly among hardcore gamers and budget builders alike. We review on average half a dozen new cases from them every year, and for the most part their chassis designs only continue to improve with age. Today we have for close examination the latest in their Crafted series of PC enclosures, the micro-ATX sized Vulcan.


The Vulcan is tailored especially for gamers who desire easy portability in a standard tower style case rather than the typical cube design. Bearing a slight resemblance to their Classic series M59 gaming case, the Vulcan features an angled and hooded front bezel with raised panels on top and sides to accommodate interior components. To make transporting the Vulcan between LAN parties easier, NZXT has sized it smaller than your traditional mid-tower, at just 15" by 16" by 7" and includes a convenient removable carry handle.


Weight is kept to just under 13 pounds, yet the chassis is rigid enough to hold up to the stresses and flexing from moving. Cooling potential is good as well, with two 120mm fans included and extra 92mm, 120mm and 200mm spots to fill.

Join me as I take a closer look at the NZXT Vulcan Micro-ATX Gaming Case.


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