NZXT H630 Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅08-10-13
Exterior

Continuing with the minimalist styling, the front of H630 has a super-smooth, glossy white front panel. The only distinct characteristics being the NZXT logo at the bottom and the dual 5.25 drive bays at the top which can be removed from the inside.

Around the back, at the bottom there is allocation for fitting the PSU. Above this there are a total of nine PCI expansion slot covers which have been coated black to give a two-tone appearance. All expansion covers have ventilation cut-outs, additional ventilation can be found to the immediate right. At the top NZXT have equipped H630 with a 140mm rear exhaust fan this placement can also house a 120mm fan which also provides support for 120/140mm radiators.


The front and back of H630


On the right-hand edge of H630, NZXT have placed the front panel connectivity. Here there are quite an assortment of options including:

Rear IO LED on/off switch
Headphone/microphone jacks
2x USB 3.0 ports
2x USB 2.0 ports
Card reader slot - SDHC & SDXC support



A multitude of options for connectivity


Up at the top of H630 there is another closed off panel, the only noteworthy feature is the large power button and smaller reset button. Cooling fans/radiators can be attached inside though ventilation is found via the mesh on the sides.


Closed off top panel with power/reset buttons


On the underside of the chassis, NZXT have given H630 four rubber feet which also give the case some elevation if it is placed on the floor. These feet help to keep the chassis from slipping on smooth surfaces. On the underside there are dust filters for the PSU and optional cooling fans both filters can be removed whilst the case is stood up.


Filters and rubber feet on the underside


On the next page we will move inside the chassis to reveal the features and attributes.

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