This year at CES, NZXT introduced a new computer chassis and a new line of power supplies.

The chassis NZXT introduced is the Phantom 630. The Phantom 630 has a variety of new features, such as an HDD cage that is fully modular; it is split into 3 trays: 2 full sized ones and 1 half sized one. Also, the HDD cages can be arranged in a variety of different ways, or removed completely for a very clean look. SSDs can be mounted on the backside of the case (behind the motherboard tray) for systems without HDD cages, as shown in these pictures.

The Phantom 630 also has an integrated high-power 30-watt single-channel fan controller as a hub for fans.

It also supports a triple radiator setup (3x120mm) for water cooling. It also comes with a built in media card reader and 2 USB 2.0 and 2 USB 3.0 ports on the top of the chassis. It comes in three colors: Matte Black, White, and Gunmetal.

NZXT?s new line of power supplies is the Hale90 V2 PSU. It is a fully modular, 80 Plus Gold certified, and will have three models: 850W (MSRP: $189.99), 1000W (MSRP: $229.99), and 1200W (MSRP: $269.99). The power supplies will also come with an extra 3 pin connector to monitor the connection along the 24 pin connector all the way to the motherboard for extra protection. Also, the PSUs were designed in house by NZXT using a custom layout for components and specific choices on the internal parts.