NZXT H700 Nuka-Cola is a PC case designed for Fallout fans

The aptly named H700 Nuka-Cola is a special version of the already solid H700 PC case from NZXT. The difference being design alterations to coincide with that of the Fallout universe. It's the latest entry in the company's CRFT line of custom themed products. Designed around the Nuca-Cola soft drink, which is found throughout the series of games, the case features some bright, bold red colors and small touches that can easily go unnoticed.

There's vintage-styled artwork on the outside of the case, alongside the aforementioned red color scheme. But it's not in mint quality (what is in the Fallout universe?) so you can expect to see some gunshots here and there as the case was taken by raiders from a nearby vault. As well as all the features of the H700 case, NZXT managed to work in a few extras inside the chassis, including Fallout-themed vents that make it look as though you're peering into a vault itself.

There's even a random Vault-Tec bobblehead figurine included with every case. As well as the new PC case, NZXT also created a custom all-metal Fallout cover for the company's N7 Z370 motherboard. Combining both together would make for quite the Fallout PC. To make this Nuca-Cola case even more special, NZXT is only releasing around 2,000 of them. As for the motherboard, only 400 will be out in the Wasteland.

NZXT H700 Nuca-Cola

The H700 Nuca-Cola case will retail for $299.99, and will be available in major markets this month. The same goes for the N7 Z370 motherboard cover, which will cost you $49.99. Fallout 76 is just around the corner, making now an ideal opportunity to prepare your PC for heading out of the vault with your assembled team. We'll be sure to let you all know when they're available for order.

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.