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NZXT Switch 810 Case Review


by Stuart Davidson - 17th January 2012
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NZXT Switch 810 Case Review Featuring Havik 120 and 140 Coolers and Hale82 Power Supply

NZXT Hale82 750W Power Supply



More black and white packaging from NZXT for their PSU but this time we get a light green flash with window that allows us to see through to the PSU. Also on the outside of the box are various specifications and a note that this unit has a 5-year warranty. Inside we find the PSU suspended in foam.


Bundled with the PSU we get a decent manual, screws for installation, cable bag, modular cables and a mains cable.


Looking at the PSU we have a unit which has black paintwork with light texturing and a white fan sits beneath the black grill. On the other side of the PSU we find a product information sticker which gives us some of the key information about the unit.


At the rear of the PSU is a rocker switch for on/off and a standard 3-pin connector. The rest of the surface is perforated to allow air passage through the PSU. Then over on the other end of the unit we find the modular wiring ports and native wiring which includes 8-pin, 24-pin and dual PCIe connectors.


Our native wiring is braided for the majority of its length and rubber sections ensure that this will not fray over time. For the modular cables we have fully rubber coated wires and the full list of those provided is as follows:

Connectors Included
ATX 24-pin
ATX 24/20 Pin
x1
EPS/ATX 12V 8-4 pin
EPS/ATX 12V 8-4 pin
x2
PCI-E 6+2 pin
PCI-E 6-pin
x2
PCI-E 6+2 pin
PCI-E 6+2 pin
x2
SATA
SATA
x8
4-pin Molex
4-pin Peripheral
x6
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