NZXT teamed up with Bethesda to roll out a new PC case for Fallout fans. The new Vault Boy H500 case offers all the great features system builders appreciate with the case and throws some excellent design elements from the post-apocalyptic world of vaults. As well as the new H500 case, NZXT has some custom painted metal covers for the upcoming N7 Z390 motherboard.
When putting together a themed system, it's ideal to use a case with custom design elements that match your chosen theme. The new Vault Boy H500 is blue with yellow accents both inside and outside of the chassis. The Vault-Tech logo is also present with the H500 tempered glass side window to showcase all installed components. Using both the N7 Z390 metal covers with the Vault Boy case allows you to create your very own Fallout PC with ease.
Since manufacturing in a post-apocalyptic environment is limited, only 1,000 Vault Boy H500 cases and 400 N7 Z390 metal covers will be produced. As an added bonus, when purchasing the H500 case, you'll receive a unique numbered limited edition plaque and a Fallout puck for your headset.
The Vault Boy H500 will set you back $165 in the U.S. and $150 worldwide and is available right now, while the N7 Z390 Vault Boy cover will be released alongside the motherboard in May for $50.
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