Conclusion: The lack of removable motherboard tray isn’t a big deal to me, but some might not like it, I also do not like the top mounted connections, I would much rather have them in the front. The Zero 2 sits inside of my kids computer desk and with the connections on the top, it’s a bit hard to access them.
Pros: Lots of room, Very well made, and sturdy design, Easy installation, Excellent cooling abilities
Cons: Mobo tray not removable, Heavy, Top mounted connections
Excerpt: My last review of a case was a bit on the small side and slightly frustrating when trying to add all the pieces into that puzzle. That's the good thing about what I do, though. Never fear, as something different is just around the corner. This time around, it just so happens to be a full tower case from NZXT; the Zero 2, that is up for discussion.
The NZXT Zero 2 is a pretty powerful chassis for its small size and price. Found available for around $90-$100 this chassis is the best full tower bang for your buck case. Relatively new to the market the Zero 2 supports an external eSATA connection and even supports E-ATX motherboards. Multi GPU users should be excited to know that the quad fan design will give their cards an optimal rate of airflow over the cards.