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NZXT - Noctis 450 ROG ATX Mid Tower Case

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Noctis 450 ROG

Part #



Black / Red


ATX Mid Tower

Includes Power Supply


Internal 2.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

305mm With Drive Cages
406mm Without Drive Cages

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DeusMaximus 15 points 1 month ago
from completed build Strix X299-E Gaming

Eh. If you like the Noctis 450, then this is basically that, but with Aura support.

There's underside LED's, the power button, plus two strips above and below the window at the front which are RGB, and while they are all seperate, they connect into a single hub behind the motherboard tray, and that runs a cable to your Aura header. It's a pity that the lighting inside the case isn't separate from the underside lighting, although I'm sure it wouldn't be too difficult to mod it.

The inside LED strips above and below the window also really highlight the dust that makes its way into the case and sticks to the acrylic window and the acrylic side of the power supply shroud, so be prepared to clean this thing at least once a week if you're OCD about it.

The Strix X299-E Gaming feels a bit cramped inside this case, and coupled with the Kraken X62, forget about running your radiator in a single push or push/pull configuration, as the fans will prevent you being able to plug in your EPS (CPU power) connectors. Also, it's impossible to connect your front USB3 ports to the motherboard's USB3 side connector or to make the cable running to the bottom USB 3 connector look nice and clean. If I find a cleaner looking solution, I'll update this review/build post.

Usual nice things about the Noctis 450 apply - stylish looking, with great airflow, etc, etc. I'm not sure if the Aura support is worth the price premium, and if I could go back in time with what I know now, I likely would have chosen a different case.

If anyone can find another case that's got the same great airflow, and looks stylish, please let me know in the comments.