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NZXT released Limited Edition PUBG Licensed H700 case

NZXT is limiting their production to 2,000 units

NZXT released Limited Edition PUBG Liscensed H700 case

NZXT released Limited Edition PUBG Licensed H700 case

In collaboration with both PUBG Corp and Gamers Outreach, NZXT has designed and manufactured a Limited Edition H700 chassis a design aesthetic that is similar to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds airdrop crates.

Internally this chassis is the same as any other H700 enclosure, providing the same all-steel construction with a tempered glass-windowed side panel, impressive cable management options and a myriad of water cooling options. 10% off all purchases will be donated to Gamers Outreach, a charity which focuses on providing equipment and software to help children cope with treatment inside hospitals. 

The production of this chassis will be limited to 2,000 units, each of which will be numbered, with each case costing $199.99 each, making NZXT's maximum donation to $40,000 if the case cost is rounded to $200 and every PUBG licensed chassis is sold. 

NZXT released Limited Edition PUBG Liscensed H700 case  

The main difference between NZXT's H700 PUBG and their existing H700i chassis (aside from aesthetics) is the case's lack of an integrated "smart device", which offers integrated support for three 10W fan channels and the ability to control four HUE+ LED strips or five Aer RGB series fans. This lack of smart functionality is why NZXT's limited edition H700 PUBG chassis costs the same as the company's standard H700i enclosure. 

NZXT's limited edition H700 PUBG-themed case is available exclusively in the US for $199.99

You can join the discussion on NZXT's Limited Edition PUBG Licensed H700 chassis on the OC3D Forums

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02-05-2018, 11:07:35

Dark NighT
what a awful looking thing that is, but i guess it will sell out fairly quickly.Quote

02-05-2018, 11:49:28

Ady6UK
Can't wait for the Tetris version....Quote

02-05-2018, 13:56:59

demonking
Even as a big pubg fan and a fan of nzxt, I hate this. I don't know if they sold many of the "hyper beast" 440s either and this was a million times better looking than these. Good luck nzxt and the charity that's getting the proceedsQuote
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