The NZXT H2 silent mid-tower case is equipped with sound dampening foam on the front and on both sides. The NZXT H2 mid-tower case also has a built-in 3-stage fan controller to further lower the sound generated inside. For users with high performance components, the NZXT H2 silent mid-tower case can adapt and support video cards up to 350mm in length once a few HDD caddies are removed and better CPU ventilation can be achieved by removing the magnetic top exhaust cover. If eight HDD drive bays are not enough for your storage needs, the NZXT H2 also has a built-in HDD docking bay as well as four USB ports on top, one of which is a USB 3.0 port."
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