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    NZXT spills more details on full-tower Switch 810 chassis

    And pitches it at a low-ish price point.
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    Re: NZXT spills more details on full-tower Switch 810 chassis

    Have NZXT Gamma case now. Best budget case ever. This one seems very attractive budget tower. Knowing NZXT it will be on sale for around $100. Way to go NZXT!

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    Re: NZXT spills more details on full-tower Switch 810 chassis

    Yeah looks really nice, kudos on making it affordable. Look forward to the review...

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    Re: NZXT spills more details on full-tower Switch 810 chassis

    Hmmm, while the 600T is most certainly better looking (IMO)....the radiator space and price may sway me on this one come April time....

    BTW, they said it was going to be 169.99 - I am presuming that was in dollers...
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    Re: NZXT spills more details on full-tower Switch 810 chassis

    It's a good looking case, I love the black detailing, they seem to be taking design cues from Corsair.

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