Conclusion: The NZXT Vulcan is ideal for a small LAN party PC, thanks to its carry handle, respectable cooling and small size. However, it won't be as appropriate for a day-to-day main desktop PC, as it can be noisy and it’s only got two internal 3.5in drive bays.
Summary: The NZXT Vulcan Case is a micro ATX case and therefore it's limited in some respects. Although, this case is one of the best gaming micro ATX cases out there because of it's excellent features and reasonable price.
Summary: The NZXT Vulcan may have a few rather glaring drawbacks, like the fact that you will most likely end up with a noisy and compact CPU cooler as nothing else will fit or the fact that you will most likely end up scratching the thin paint job at the first LAN party you will go to.
Pros: Justified price / quality ratio, Small and compact with carrying handle, Can still hold full size GPUs - perfect for a small LAN party rig, Two fans included, Water cooling ready, Fan controller included, Switch to toggle lighting elements on/off, Interior black paint job, Great cable management ...
Cons: Very restrictive on terms of CPU cooler, Thin metal makes for a somewhat fragile & easily bendable case, Thin paint job cannot take even the slightest amount of abuse, Mesh side scratches paint & is easily bendable out of shape, Somewhat inadequate packaging
Excerpt: Today in the KitGuru labs we are looking at the latest offering from NZXT. This is the third chassis from NZXT that we have recently dissected and after the mixed results we experienced with the Beta EVO, we are hoping for a better showing this time.