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Yeah, we went old school in the title, and while Robert Van Winkle (Vanilla Ice's off-stage name) probably still has a few fans who think "Ice Ice Baby" is the greatest song ever, the 1990 single could just as easily apply to NZXT's new Hades chassis.
It's clear NZXT made airflow a top priority with its Hades gaming case, and you'll find no less than five fan slots littered throughout, almost all of which are larger than 120mm. There's two 200mm intake fans (front and side), dual 140mm top exhaust fans, and a 120mm rear exhaust. And with the exception of a top 140mm fan, all the rest are included.
"Enthusiasts and gamers have a lot to be excited about with the advanced airflow and control options that Hades brings to the table," said Johnny Hou, chief designer at NZXT. "With an array of options for limitless upgradeability, Hades has the performance and longevity that gamers desire."
The "control options" Hou refers to includes the dual-fan 8W per channel controller, along with a three temperature display on the front panel, which NZXT says is visible even when the door is closed. Other features include an all black interior, nine drive bays (configurable as nine 5.25 inch, or five 5.25-inch and four 3.5-inch), SSD bracket for up to two SSD drives, and mounting holes for a dual radiator at the top.
Hades is available now with an MSRP set at $90.
Image Credit: NZXT