What comes to mind when you think of the word “craftsmanship?” For us, it’s “a beautiful motherboard with stylish all-metal heatsink covers that perfectly match your color scheme.” See what we did there? We’ve just described one of the key features of our NZXT N7 Z370 motherboard.
OK, so maybe that wasn’t the best description but it’s true! Our N7 Z370 motherboard is just oozing with stunning craftsmanship. Just look at it!
We may be new to the motherboard game but we are no strangers to the PC community. We have designed some of the best-looking gaming cases on the market and we’ve borrowed that same passion and applied it to the PC hardware industry. Afterall, craftsman or craftswoman (#equality2018) must have passion in order to perfect their craft and NZXT has plenty of it. Right? Right!
Let’s take a quick look at some of the N7 heatsink features that help make this motherboard so unique.
N7 Heatsink Covers
This motherboard was designed by people who are passionate about building PC’s, just as much as you are. We’ve made it easier than ever to match your build colors with minimal effort. The N7 Z370 comes in matte black or matte white and you can purchase additional N7 Heatsink Covers in glossy blue, glossy red, and our obvious favorite, glossy purple.
All of our N7 motherboard covers are made out of metal and are very sturdy and so we wanted the N7 to match our cases and so we avoided plastic in order to provide the best aesthetics possible.
Swapping the covers is a breeze. Simply lift up, replace, and snap back on. You can remove the VRM cover and the chipset cover and replace them with any of the colors mentioned above. If you want to include 2 m.2 drives, you can also remove 3 covers in between the PCI ports which will allow you to access 2x m.2 ports. If you wish to skip the covers entirely, you can even remove the plate and rock our bare motherboard for a more traditional look.
Thanks for reading this article! Be sure to visit our store and check out the N7 Z370 or pick up some N7 Z370 Heatsink Covers. Do you have plans to use the N7 Z370 in your next system? Feel free to leave a comment below and tell us all about it.