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NZXT H630 Silent Ultra-Tower Case Review @ HiTech Legion - PCSTATS.com NZXT H630 Silent Ultra-Tower Case Review @ HiTech Legion
Tue, Aug 20 2013 | 9:50AM | Filed under: Cases| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

The H630 is NZXT`s first full-tower case designed for silent-computing. The NZXT H630 shares the same internal base design as the Phantom 630 with two less 5.25 drive bays and increased 3.5 modular cage mounting support. Externally, the H630 adopts a more conservative, less-rounded look compared to the Phantom series while maintaining an unmistakably NZXT signature aesthetic. Noise dampening materials line the top, front and side panels of the H630 to minimize sound output from the enthusiast-class components installed inside. Radiator support up to 360mm is available at the top and front, while a 240mm or 280mm can be installed at the bottom. The H630 HDD cages can even be reconfigured or removed entirely to accommodate thicker radiators for the front. In terms of component support, the NZXT H630 provides 190mm of CPU heatsink height clearance as well as 354mm clearance for video cards with ample cable management routing space of 27mm behind the right side panel. An SD-card reader connected via USB 2.0 header is built into the front panel I/O as well as an LED on/off switch for the rear I/O. The NZXT H630 measures 245 x 547 x 567mm (W x H x D) made of SECC steel as well as ABS Plastic and supports ITX through XL-ATX/EATX motherboard sizes. Right out of the box, the NZXT H630 comes with a 20mm front intake fan as well as a 140mm rear exhaust fan, pre-installed into the built-in 10-channel 3-pin fan hub./"

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