NZXT Trinity Gaming Chassis
Written by Michael Larabel in Enclosures on 11 July 2005. Page 5 of 5. Add A Comment


We would definitely have to say that NZXT’s fourth attempt at creating a “sexy case” for computer gamers was quite successful. The looks of the chassis are much more conservative than the Guardian and Nemesis, while the $75 USD price tag is also much more conventional. Most of the items with the Trinity were truly tool-less although NZXT hasn’t yet addressed a definitive way for making the expansion slots also tool/screw free. With a total of four fan mounts, five 5.25” drive bays, and a horde of other small details NZXT paid attention to with this case, this is definitely a winner for being an economic case.


· Steel construction
· Mirror-like finish
· Four fan mounts
· Tool-less drives
· LCD temperature display
· Good quality construction
· Five 5.25” bays


· No tool-less expansion slots or fan mounts
· Lack of room for routing cables behind motherboard tray
· No fan/dust filters
· Poor included fans

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