The NZXT Khaos was designed with the most power hungry gamer in mind. The complete aluminum build offers the ability to attach an additional 3 fans to the included 4 already installed with the creative triple fan design for cooling over the motherboard and video cards. To support such high end systems and for future builds NZXT has given the Khaos a dual power supply design for the most power hungry gamers. The Khaos offers use for up to 11 external 5.25″ drive bays and 8 internal 3.5″ drive bays. Its massive 35lb structure can be easily lugged around via its handle bar and wheel implementation.
The complete black coloring gives the Khaos a sleek design with the curved edges and mirrored design. While the side panels carry this unique design, the only other unique thing about them is the wire meshing the stretches across the center of each side panel and the rubber edging found along the top and bottom of each panel.
The front bezel shows a total of 5 useable external drive bays, two of which have the stealth feature. The two 120mm fans can be seen through the wire meshing covering them.
Along the top of the case lies the power and reset buttons along with the HDD and Power LEDs. Right behind these are a press-to-open panel which holds HD audio jacks, 2 USB ports, an eSATA port and a FireWire port.
Towards the center of the top is a set of radiated pieces of aluminum which I can only assume are for heat distribution. Slightly behind this is yet another 120mm fan covered with a grill built into the case.
A set of wheels found on the bottom of the case allow an easy transport which can be easily handled around with the metal handle bar found on the back of the case.
Also found on the back of the case is a 120mm fan with a removable fan grill, I/O slot, seven expansion slots, two holes with quality rubber covers for tubing or cables that may need to run inside/out of the case, and the dual power supply hole.