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NZXT’s latest CRFT collection case is inspired by Cyberpunk 2077

Over the last few years, NZXT has been adding to its CRFT case collection with limited edition, themed cases inspired by some of the biggest games. To cap off 2021, NZXT has revealed its latest CRFT case – a Cyberpunk 2077 themed H710i. 

Looking at the case, it is clear that Arasaka Corporation, a central part of Cyberpunk 2077’s story, was the base inspiration for this case – as seen by the black and red colouring and the decals used to decorate the case. NZXT will only manufacture 1000x H710i Cyberpunk cases, so these will likely sell out fast.

Like the original H710i, this limited edition version features a modern and minimalistic design with a tempered glass side panel on the left. Moreover, it also features the well-known cable management bar inside so builders can keep cable clutter out of sight.

This case comes with 3x Aer F 120mm fans for the front, and an Aer F 140mm fan for the back, all connected to the included Smart Device V2. There are also 2x integrated RGB strips linked to the hub, allowing you to customise fan speeds and the RGB lighting through NZXT’s CAM software.

Inside the case, there is room for 185mm tall CPU tower coolers and 413mm long graphics cards. You also get 7x expansion slots and an additional 2x vertical expansion slots for vertical GPUs. There’s also 5x 2.5-inch drive bays, 2x 3.5-inch drive bays. The front I/O includes 2x USB-A 3.2 Gen1, a USB-C 3.2 Gen2 and a 3.5mm headset audio jack.

For liquid cooling, you  can fit a 360mm radiator in the front and roof of the case, and a 140mm radiator in the rear. Fan support matches radiator support, meaning you can use 3x120mm/2x140mm fans in the front and top of the case and a 120/140mm fan at the rear.

The NZXT CRFT H710i Cyberpunk is bundled with an Arasaka Corporation Puck and Cyberpunk 2077 chip charm. You can get it for £249.99 at Scan.

KitGuru says: The NZXT CRFT Collection continues to expand with new limited edition designs. What do you all think of the new Cyberpunk-edition case?  

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