NZXT has been on a roll over the last few years, with their Switch, Phantom and Source series of cases all being well received by the media and press alike. From the outside looking in it appears as if NZXT typically target a sweet spot audience of people who tend to spend an between $99 to $150 on a case, but still want top tier features and functions that are typically not found in this price range. As an example of this you need look no further than a case such as the newly released NZXT Source H440, which is affordable, yet it comes with a built-in fan hub, ample room for 360mm radiators and a back-mounted SSD bracket. These are all design elements typically not found in this price bracket.
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