NZXT Vulcan mATX Case Review

A Look Inside
When I opened the case I was shocked to see how much space was inside of the NZXT Vulcan. On the right of the case you will see where there is an internal hard drive rack with 120 mm fan in the front. Here you can mount 2 hard drives.

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In the front part of the case there are the two optical drive mounts and two 3.5” internal mounts for added hard drives or if you want to install a media card reader. The NZXT Vulcan case allows you to mount the power supply on the bottom of the case with the cut-out (as mentioned above) allowing the power supply to pull in cold air from the outside of the case instead of pulling in hot air from the inside.

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Moving to the back of the case you can see where they have the 4 slots which allow you to have room for 2 graphics cards or 1 graphics card, a sound card, and wifi. Right above that is where you can choose to mount either an 80mm or a 92mm fan to blow air out of the back of the case. On the upper inside of the case there is a NZXT 120mm fan with an orange LED and enough room to mount another 120mm fan right next to it for added airflow. There is a CPU cutout to allow you to install aftermarket coolers, which require you to access the backside of the motherboard. Finally, in the last photo is all of the include hardware and the removable handle that attaches to the top of the case for easy carrying.

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