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Nzxt Guardian

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Expert Review

5 March 2009
  • Conclusion: Probaby the most unique feature of NZXT's Guardian case is it's "Guardian Eye" LED. The LED motion is quite unique and is actually patent pending so you can be sure that only those with an NZXT case will have one.
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Overall 8

NZXT Guardian Mid-Tower Case Review

27 May 2008
  • Conclusion: The NZXT Guardian Mid-Tower Case successfully combines form and function into one attractive package. The Guardian's unique design is sure to be the center of attention at the next LAN party, and the animated "Flash Motion" LED’s will open a few eyes. The fabrication of the window on the side panel is top notch with the acrylic and metal sitting flush inside each other. The inclusion of the tri-colored 80mm fan adds a nice light spread to the case.
  • Pros: Very unique design, Screwless drive installation, Unique Guardian Eye animated LED design, Front USB, headphone, and microphone jacks, Includes pre-modded side panel window, Expansion card stabilizing clips are a nice addition, Price
  • Cons: Sharp hard drive rails, Only three internal 3.5" bays, Fan box spacing is tight, dual fan PSU’s are a difficult fit, Stamped front and rear fan grills and fan box inhibit airflow
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Velocity Reviews
11 November 2005
  • Conclusion: The NZXT Guardian case is indeed "crafted gaming armor". This case has it all - it's simple to use, expandability, ample drive bays for additional storage, has a tool-less chassis design, includes a 400W Power Supply and is reasonably priced. On top of the functionality that the Guardian brings to the table, the case is just pure eye candy for anyone who owns it. It's unique design featuring animated lights and amazing window is sure to turn heads.
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Dan's Data
9 November 2005
  • Conclusion: This is obviously not a computer enclosure for everyone, even if you don't plug in the front panel lights. But it's surprising how good an enclosure it really is - and, speaking objectively about its fit and finish and not subjectively about its particular aesthetic direction, it's a really well executed product. It doesn't rattle or squeak or jam, its paintwork is slick, and the ludicrous front panel was clearly not created by people who thought it was a bad idea.
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NZXT Guardian Case

Velocity Reviews
7 October 2005

Expert Review

30 August 2004
  • Conclusion: This is a great case overall. The only thing I am missing is a removable motherboard tray. It has some nice features such as screwless drive installation rounded corners, flashing front, and a great looking plexi window. I know modders won’t approve of this case since it’s premodded but this suits everyone that wants a great case that looks nice which you will not have to mod yourself. Price-wise it’s very nice and we found this for $69,99 USD @ Tigerdirect.
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NZXT Guardian ATX Mid-Tower Case Review

3D Xtreme
25 June 2004
  • Summary: Overall we were impressed with the NZXT Guardian. This Case is currently selling on
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Expert Review

14 June 2004
  • Excerpt: Were you ever into robots depicted in those Japanese anime cartoons? You know - the ones that could transform from one shape into another? Were you a Transformers fan like I was? If you can picture what one of those robot faces looks like - then try and picture that face on the front facing of your PC case. That's right, your PC case.
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Tweak Town
2 April 2004
  • Excerpt: Remember when a case was nothing more than a beige box with clips and fasteners to allow you to hook up your precious hardware? It wasn't too long ago when this was the norm, but things have rapidly changed.
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NZXT The Guardian Leichtmetall-Gehäuse

24 November 2005
  • Summary: Das Gehäuse „The Guardian“ bietet - was die Vorderseite betrifft - ein außergewöhnliches Design. Etwas mittelalterlich mutet die Front zumindest so lange an, bis man die blaue Beleuchtung zu Gesicht bekommt. Die Seitentüre mit Fenster gefiel uns bezüglich des Designs ebenfalls recht gut, doch muss man sich hierbei fragen, wie oft man letztendlich im Alltag auf seine Gehäuseseite achten wird.
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