NZXT Adamas Review

small NZXT Adamas Review

The Adamas case is NZXT’s Classic series flagship case, and it definitely looks good… Sit back and relax while we strip the case inside out to give you guys a piece of our mind.

IMG 8035 NZXT Adamas Review

NZXT has been making waves as of late with many funky looking cases such as the Apollo and Guardian, and this time round, they’ve managed to churn out something that’s more conventional that really looks like a classic computer, the NZXT Adamas Case.

The Adamas reminds me of the various classic cases of the yesteryears, such as the Coolermaster Praetorian Classic and Lian Li PC-60. I have always been a fan of rectangular aluminum boxes, mainly because I reside in a tropical country and SECC steel rusts easily. Nevertheless, Aluminum cases are very popular with enthusiasts all over the world, mainly because they are much lighter than their steel counterparts and supposedly dissipates heat faster too. The Adamas is quite uniquely built, with features like dampening straps and chunks of aluminum on the drive bay to help dissipate heat off components like hard drives. The case is also built using a 3mm aluminum frame and a 2mm alu construction, which gives the case a solid edge over those cheaper and flimsy aluminum cases.

 Over the next few pages, we will take a closer look at the case. As usual first, the specs.

  • Aluminum Midtower Chassis
  • Extra reinforced structure using welding technology
  • 3 mm Top and Bottom Aluminum Frame
  • 2 mm Aluminum Construction
  • Patented screwless side and front panel removal mechanism Four included 120 mm ultra silent fans
  • AC ’97 and Intel HD Audio Support for 5.1 and 7.1 Audio
  • Ext. Ports: 2 x USB 2.0, Mic, Headphone Jack, and 1394 Firewire

     

  • Prev1 of 6Next
    Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse
    VR-Zone is a leading online technology news publication reporting on bleeding edge trends in PC and mobile gadgets, with in-depth reviews and commentaries.