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NZXT M59 Classic Series ATX Mid Tower interior chassis M59-001BK (Black)

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  • Immense Performance: 5 fan capability (side 120mm LED and rear 120mm exhaust included) Included 9-fin rifle bearing NZXT fans rated at 42CFM and 23db
  • Black on Black: Smoked clear window and a black interior gives the best combination of black on black
  • NZXT solid state bracket allows for two SSD drives to be installed
  • Wire routing: motherboard punched holes allows for quick CPU bracket removable and optimal wire routing, turned HDD also helps with managing cables
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Product Description

Announcing the M59 gaming chassis. M59 delivers optimal airflow with 5 powerful fans with the option to station two fans on the top(rifle bearing side 120mm LED fan and rear 120mm exhaust included), side intake for GPU cooling, a mesh front panel and a bottom mounted PSU draws cooler air from the bottom of the case. The sleek aesthetics are highlighted by an all black interior and smoked clear window along with a 5.25Inch stealth bay gives a clean, but powerful presence.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.8 x 10.2 x 23 inches ; 14.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17.2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002OEBILK
  • Item model number: M59-001BK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2009

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Customer Reviews

I am very pleased with how this NZXT M59 case turned out.
Danny Yu
This Case Looks appealing, is very easy to work with when loading components, and has a very good cooling set up.
Walter Thompson
You could easily pay twice as much for a case that has all of the features as this one, so give it a good look.
Whtwolf

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Kazie on October 21, 2009
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Going from a Lian-Li case to this, there was a dramatic drop in temperatures. I run a Phenom 9850 O.C. @ 2.8 which in my previous case was showing temps of 46-48 idle to 55-58 on a full load. With this case, same speed, idle as i type this is 35c and running prime on a full load only hits roughly 44-45 which is still below what it used to idle. Honestly, the ability for this case to move air is amazing.

Pros

-Airflow (seriously, its great)
-Ergonomics
-Cable management (as long as you are willing to take your time)
-Overall quality of the case
-Running crossfire, with dual card slot GPU's and its a good fit :)

Cons
-Does not come with the proper hardware to attach the front fan. For anyone planning to use a fan as intake in the front get yourself some zip ties and its much easier. Getting screws in there is extremely difficult, so take note of this.
-hard drive placement vs room left for cable management is extremely tight. As noted above, if you are not willing to take your time and tie down/properly arrange your cables you might get frustrated
-the top drive bay is a pain in the butt, specially if you mount the top 2 fans. Honestly, just leave it alone and go to the second one. It will save you a lot of frustration

Overall im very impressed with this case considering the price. Having had mainly antecs and lian-lis (which are way to much $$$), NZXT really makes you think about what you get for your money. Despite a few cons, you all know that all cases are not perfect and these issues are minor to anyone with experience building a system :) Very happy!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Erich Maria Remarque VINE VOICE on December 11, 2009
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I finally replaced the horrible generic case in my secondary rig with this one, and am VERY happy with it. The M59 is on par with the Antec Three Hundred in my main rig, which I absolutely love. It looks good and feels good. It's made of durable steel, instead of the bendy aluminum found in most other cases. You know it won't break a sweat carrying your 5 hard drives and Crossfired HD4870s around. The M59 is truly a gaming case.

When you begin your installation, you will notice that there are no sharp edges. Every edge has been carefully and thoughtfully smoothed. This will allow you to work without worrying about accidentally cutting yourself.

Before you start doing anything else though, you should install the case fans. There are five spots where you are supposed to put fans. The side intake (120mm) and rear exhaust (120mm) fans are included. You need to provide three more fans in order to optimize the airflow (running your system with only 1 intake and 1 exhaust fan is just bad, unless you live in Antarctica). You can add 1 intake fan (120mm) in the front and 2 exhaust fans at the top (120mm or 140mm). If you don't have any extra fans laying around, I recommend that you get this CoolerMaster 120mm Case Fan 4-pack package. I installed those exact fans into this case, and they fit just fine.

This combination of 5 case fans creates PERFECT airflow. Here is my experience: With the old generic case (only two 80mm rear exhaust fans) my Asus Radeon HD 4850 was reaching temps of 95C under load and 60C idle. With the M59 case and all 5 fans installed, it rarely goes beyond 70C under full load (Crysis) and stays at 48-50C when idle.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Chambers VINE VOICE on January 21, 2010
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There are many reviews on this product, so I won't repeat information that's already widely available. In a nutshell, this is a good case for the price, but for a few extra dollars, CoolerMaster offers some better models. Cooling is excellent, as there are many fan ports, and two included fans. But be aware that these fan ports increase the noise levels outside the case, especially the two fan ports on the top. A major design flaw that I found was if a fan was installed in the empty fan port on the top of the case, closest to the front bezel, you can't install a DVD drive in the top bay. It appears that the case wasn't design for a fan and a DVD drive to occupy these areas of the case at the same time. What's stranger is that there's a DVD face plate built into the front bezel on the top bay, so effectively, you can't use this drive bay if you want two fans on the top of the case, which invalidates having the second fan port. Other than this minor issue, the case has great cable management, is easy to work with, and it built with quality parts. For a mid-sized tower, it's on the larger size. Would I purchase this case again? Probably not due to the problems with the front bezel design and the noise levels.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Lockridge VINE VOICE on November 24, 2010
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Great standard case. I couldn't find anything significant wrong other than if you're a first time computer builder, you may have difficulty since the manual is not very clear. As well, most of the main jumpers (Power, HDD, etc...) are not labeled clearly. I like this item overall, and installed it into my network. Nothing dramatically great, nothing dramatically inferior, so I give it an average star rating...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Schwartz VINE VOICE on December 16, 2009
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My wife has been wanting a new case for a while and when I got the chance to review this one I jumped at the chance to move her system over to it.

The case has a interesting retro angled look to the front. At the top of the drive bays there is a LED lit strip that illuminates the front of the case so you can see it in the dark which is nice. There is a power button with LED indicator surrounding it, reset button with HDD activity indicator surrounding it, 2 USB ports, 1 ESATA port, 1 headphone, and 1 microphone jack. Moving to the side there is a 120mm window fan that is fastened with push pins allowing you to change the fan easily if you wish. At the rear there is a 120mm fan included, the sides are secured using thumbscrews, the card slot blanks are perforated for airflow, and they include a couple rubber grommets to run lines for water cooling. The top of the case has perforations for 2 120mm or 140mm fans that aren't included. The bottom of the case has perforations for the power supply to draw in air and a removable screen to filter dust.

I installed the following into the case:

Gigabyte EP45-D3SL Motherboard
Zalman CNSP9500-LED Heatsink
Enermax Liberty 500 Watt Power supply
Single 3.5" SATA Drive
ATI Radeon 4870
I use no floppy and an external optical drive so I did not utilize any of the bays for either of those things.

Cracking open the case I see there is a box of case hardware and a adapter installed in one of the 3.5" bays to mount a 2.5" drive. The inclusion of the adapter is very welcome with the growth of SSD drives in the market. I also notice that the fan headers are wired for regular molex and 3-pin motherboard headers. There is a cable with a molex to power the front LED I talked about earlier.
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