NZXT is well-known in the custom PC world for making quality cases and now motherboards. Another thing NZXT made a name for itself through was custom-themed computer cases. Well, the company is back at it again with a custom H700 to help you survive in a post-nuclear apocalyptic wasteland through the refreshing taste of Nuka-Cola.

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Bethesda Software recently partnered with NZXT to delivery the first officially license Fallout-themed computer case, dubbed the H700 Nuka Cola. This is the second entry in NZXT’s new CRFT line of custom themed limited edition gaming products and will be released in a limited 2,000 quantity for customers to fight over.

These cases are a custom designed variant of the NZXT H-series case, which is one of the company’s most popular offerings. It has beautiful work inspired by Fallout and the iconic Nuka-Cola soft drink.

NZXT says that every inch of the H700 Nuka-Cola has been designed to incorporate the world of Fallout, from vintage artwork to the case’s meticulously crafted war-torn paint design, even to the point of custom designed LED lighting and air vents to capture the look and feel of the Fallout franchise.

The H700 Nuka-Cola also features the regular benefits of NZXT’s H-series cases, like premium all-steel construction, a tempered glass side panel, easy-to-use cable management systems, and AiO liquid cooling support.

NZXT also launched the Nuka-Cola all-metal cover for the N7 Z370 motherboard, completing the ultimate Fallout-themed build. There are only 400 of these being made, so it’ll be even harder to get your hands on this custom motherboard cover.

Combined, you’ll have a near one-of-a-kind computer with only 400 other people in the world possibly having the same combination as you do.

Each unit will be serialized, as well, letting you know where you stand in the line of people who own it. Will you get #1 or #400 of the motherboard cover? #1 or #2,000 of the H700 Nuka-Cola? Either one or any number in between would be a catch for the ultimate Fallout fan.

With a price tag of $299.99, this case isn’t on the budget-friendly side of most offerings, but you get what you pay for, and limited edition access will cost you. The motherboard cover will set you back another $50, but you’ll also have to have the N7 motherboard itself (another $250). Are you the ultimate Fallout fan? Will you be picking one of these up for an upcoming PC build? Let us know on social media or in the comments below!

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