Product on Review: NZXT H2 Classic Silent Midtower
Manufacturer & Sponsor: NZXT
MSRP: £84.99 Inc. VAT (At time of review)
It's been a while since NZXT launched anything new to the market. Their Phantom received overwhelming success last year and ever since we have had a keen eye on NZXT.
It was at CES 2011 at the start of the year that the product we are looking at today was first unveiled. The H2 is a case that slots into NZXT's "Classic" series and is regarded as the "Silent Midtower" due to the fact that there are thick side panels which feature foam underlay. It differentiates itself from the gaudy gamer styled cases currently swarming the market, by offering elegance and a minimalistic approach to styling. Fans within H2 can be controlled through 3 stages giving the user complete control over audio levels emitted from the chassis. With much more to talk about, lets begin our analysis of the new NZXT H2 that launches today.
NZXT H2 is available in 2 colours. Black or White. We will be taking a look at the Black version today.
NZXT's Take on H2:
NOISE – chaotic wavelengths that distract, distort, impede, confuse, and endanger the gamer during a life and death situation. If you are a professional gamer, avoid it at all cost. Intelligently constructed to give you peace of mind, NZXT’s H2 Classic Series Silent Midtower Chassis minimizes extraneous hums, clicks, whirls of your system to enhance your concentration, accuracy, and deadliness
- Mid Tower Steel
FRONT PANEL MATERIAL
- (W x H x D) 215 x 466 X 520 mm
VGA Clearance Maximum
- 310 w/o HDD, 270mm with HDD
CPU Heatsink Support
FRONT 2 X 120mm @ 1200rpm ( included )
REAR 1 X 120mm @ 1200rpm (included)
TOP 1 X 140mm
BOTTOM 1 x 120mm
- 3 EXTERNAL 5.25" DRIVE BAYS
- 8 INTERNAL 3.5"/2.5" Slots
Screwless Rail Design
- Steel with painted interior
- 8.9 kg
- ATX, MICRO-ATX, BABY AT