NZXT Guardian 921 review -
Again, I'm somehow reminded of transformers here.
So here we see the frontpanel LCD displaying temperatures of the three sensors. Now obviously they are not connected to anything really. So you are seeing the ambient temperature inside the chassis. It's good to know that the temperature probes all seem to be accurate enough to report back 23 degrees C, which seems to be right as it is nice sunny day here right now.
As stated once powered up the chassis starts to shine, figural speaking of course. You might hate or you might love the design, there's not really something in-between I guess.
PC cases (a chassis) come in many varieties and over the years we certainly have reviewed a good share of them. One name that constantly comes back with new designs targeted at a gaming audience is NZXT. The offer a wide range of gaming related PC cases on the market and surely we have seen them grown a lot ever since we reviewed their first chassis many years ago. Without further ado let me introduce you to the most difficult to photograph chassis of all times, as it is highly glossy and reflective, the Guardian 921 with sheer nice looks and a very nice price.