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  • NZXT M59 Makes Upgrading Easy

    Somewhat interesting case soon to be released by NZXT.

    NZXT M59 Makes Upgrading Easy

    Looks like it has some pretty good features to make upgrading easy. I like the part about harddrive slots for 2.5" SSD, since by this time next year, a ton of people are going to be scratching their heads trying to figure out how to get their old 3.5" slot to hold a 2.5".

    Just me personally I'm not into windows and lights, but I know a bunch of people are.

    I will try and keep an eye out for some real reviews.


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    Re: NZXT M59 Makes Upgrading Easy

    I can't imagine there being any problem mounting 2.5" drives in 3.5" slots when they come out. It's pretty common when a new smaller form factor is introduced for drive makers to include adapter rails.
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      Re: NZXT M59 Makes Upgrading Easy

      I have seen 2 that do Scratch, and of course you can buy them seperately.
      But a lot of people might not realize it when they order. I wish Intel included an
      adapter with their drives.

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        Re: NZXT M59 Makes Upgrading Easy

        Kingston sells the Intel drives in a SSD upgrade bundle which include and 3.5 - 2.5 adapter and disk cloning software

        http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820134931
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          Re: NZXT M59 Makes Upgrading Easy

          That's a pretty eye popping case. With cool features like a removable motherboard tray, I would go for it.

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