These mini and mini-ITX towers offer strong performance and value.
NZXT added two new products, the Kraken X72 and M22, to its all-in-one (AIO) CPU liquid cooling lineup.
NZXT heard what you said about its new N7 Z370 motherboard, and it still hopes to make things right.
Case and cooling company NZXT shocks the world by releasing a motherboard. Can the firm stand up to established players?
Available in Black or White with various accent colors, NZXT's new H-Series cases include RGB and its Aer F-series fans. We dig into the model H700i.
In addition to the launch of its new H-series line of cases, NZXT announced the newest member of the GRID+ family of digital fan controllers.
NZXT announced a new version of its CAM PC monitoring software. This latest update brings the software up to version 3.5 and promises performance enhancements and a variety of new features.
The company has clarified a few things about how BLD, a service meant to help you configure, customize, and then assemble your next gaming PC, works.
Based on the low-cost S340, can the somewhat smallish NZXT S340 Elite mid-tower achieve big performance and value?
The NZXT Manta combines curved steel, extensive water cooling support and smart fan control to create a cool and quiet MiniITX case. But with a $140 price tag weighing it down, can it still come out on top?
Smart fan control, LED lighting, large radiator support and partially-obscured vent panels help NZXT's Noctis 450 stand out, but does the case still perform?
NZXT announced Manta, its first mini-ITX chassis, which features curved steel panels, support for multiple water-cooling radiators and ample cable management.
The fan NZXT featured on its Kraken X61 and Kraken X41 coolers is now available as a standalone unit.
Have you ever come up with your own idea for a killer rig? Don't forget to tell us about it on the Tom's Hardware forums. The following ten setups were configured by forum members and chosen as winners in the Q2 2014 BestConfigs Poll.
Compact liquid vs. big air gets even bigger as companies attempt to cope with higher CPU core counts. We pit our biggest air-cooling sample against two equally massive liquid coolers to see who has the best cooling, lowest noise and greatest value.