The case used for the Snowblind Pro is NZXT’s Noctis 450 tower, which packs plenty of flair and stands at 22.32 by 8.66 by 21.42 inches (HWD).
The left panel of the Snowblind Pro is a semi-translucent LCD.
The screen can be extended from your main display or mirror it, but traditional desktop windows can be displayed on it either way.
You can change colors, play animations, pull over a media player, and show your wallpaper as background on the built-in screen.
The included Rainmeter software lets you put up widgets like CPU and GPU temperature, storage, RAM usage, and more.
Outside of the display, the build is more standard, but nicely put together. The general interior design and cable management are neat and organized, with silver-accented components complementing the all-white look.
The white case has a steel frame and plastic flourishes, including some zigzagging fin cutouts along the top and front.
Around back, there are five USB 3.0 ports and two 2.0 ports, a USB-C port, an HDMI port, a DisplayPort connection, two Ethernet jacks, and audio lines.
Up top there are two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, a headphone jack, and a mic jack.
[su_quote cite=”pcmag.com” url=”http://www.pcmag.com/feature/352115/ibuypower-snowblind-pro/9?backTo=352291″]From pcmag.com[/su_quote]
Processor Name - 60%
Processor Speed - 50%
RAM - 60%
Storage Capacity (as Tested) - 30%
Graphics Card - 70%