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NZXT Switch 810 Case Review

NZXT Switch 810 Case Review

NZXT Switch 810 Case Review Featuring Havik 120 and 140 Coolers and Hale82 Power Supply

NZXT Switch 810 – Internal

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Upon removing six thumbscrews from the back of the case we can slide off our side panels. Looking inside we find a motherboard cavity which supports boards up to Extended and XL-ATX sizes and there is a significant CPU back plate cut-out present to assist with cooler changes. Ten wiring holes surround the motherboard area and these are rubber lined. Also visible in the above images are our case wires and a single fan controller is also present, centred on the back of the motherboard tray and capable of powering seven fans.

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At the bottom left we find the PSU which has six feet that lift the PSU off the surface and each has anti-vibration pads applied. Moving higher into the main chamber we see the PCIe slots use thumbscrews and that our two exhaust fans are pre-wired to the controller.

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Up at the top right we see that the optical bays feature tool free install via a push button method and that at bottom is a hot swap SATA bay.

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Beneath the 5.25" bays are six drive locations for 2.5" and 3.5" devices, split into two removable cages (with handles). Then attached to the side of these are two fan locations for 140/120mm models which can be tilted to aim air at the CPU/GPU. We can also see a further two fan locations (again 120/140mm) at the base of the case and that the drives are actually added from the right of the system where there is 25mm of space for wiring.

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