Today I am checking out the NZXT Vulcancomputer chassis. The case is designed for small mATX mainboards and ITX boards.
It has a removable handle for portability and the case is perfect for LAN party gamers. The NZXTVulcan is tool free and has many nice features.
Review excerpt: "Today I am checking out a new case by NZXT called the Vulcan. The NZXT Vulcan is a small case that is designed for mATX mainboards. This might be the perfect chassis for the mobile gamer looking for a portable chassis to carry to LAN parties frequently. Read on for all the details on the NZXT Vulcan." Read the full NZXT Vulcan review here.
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