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Old 10-22-2006, 11:41 PM   #1
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NZXT is back with a sophisticated new case that proves to be one of the most "solid" we've ever taken a look at. It also includes a few innovations not seen in other cases. The primary downside? Small interior. Read on to see all of what this case has to offer.

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Wow, I thought that the Adamas would be larger than that. It looks pretty good sized in the pictures.
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That's why I regret not having a camera to show that fact. Once I get it back I can though. Note the motherboard holes, especially the rightmost ones. Once the motherboard is installed, there must only be an inch of space left between the edge of the board and the chassis where you install CD-Roms.

I did receive the case expecting it to be huge... moreso than the Zero. I was wrong, heh.
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Old 06-28-2007, 04:44 AM   #4
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Thanx a lot for this test.

I'm affraid for the side inside this tower and so I have a question..
Do you know if it's ok with 2 CD ROOMS, one video card : ATI RADEON x1950xtx 512mo ?

(sorry for my bad english.. I'm french.. I know, I know... it's not a good reason )
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