NZXT Hades

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Conclusion

As we’ve come to expect from NZXT, the Hades is another unique chassis with appealing visuals. In terms of cooling, the Hades has a lot to offer with the four fan system although the noise levels might irk some users.

The temperature sensor display adds something extra that can actually turn out to be quite useful when adjusting fan speeds and with robust installation mechanisms there’s a lot to like.

What’s more, at £60, the Hades is priced perfectly and makes for a feature rich, well-presented chassis that comes with a seal of approval from the XSR labs.

ProsCons
Unique visualsNoise levels
Temperature display 
Price point 
Cooling 
Fan Controller 

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Thanks go to Meroncourt for providing us with this mouse.

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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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