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NZXT Hades Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 47,763 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: January 27, 2010
Page: 3 of 6
Inside NZXT Hades
Hardware Secrets Golden Award

Both panels are fastened to the case using black thumbscrews, which is excellent. The interior from the Hades is painted black, giving the case a very professional aspect. This case comes with a big hole on the motherboard tray for you to have access to the backplate from the CPU cooler, allowing you to replace it without having to remove the motherboard, and three big holes protected with rubber covers for routing cables behind the motherboard tray. The motherboard tray also features several clips for holding zip-lock ties, helping organizing wires and cables behind the motherboard tray.

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Figure 11: Overall look.

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Figure 12: A view from behind the motherboard tray.

This case allows the installation of video cards up to 11 ¾” (30 cm) long.

Expansion cards are fastened using regular screws, but at least they are black.

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Figure 13: Overall look.

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Figure 14: Power supply compartment.

In Figure 15, you can see the three probes from the thermometer.

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Figure 15: Probes from the thermometer.

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