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NZXT H440 Mid Tower Case (White)
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- Remarkably Clean
- An integrated power supply shroud completely conceals cables and increases cable management space up to 80%
- The H440 comes standard with 4 of NZXT's newly designed FN V2 case fans. An unheard of 3x 120mm in front and 1x 140mm in rear
- Newly designed steel HDD drive trays complement the H440's front and top steel panels
- Liquid cooling support: 240mm 280mm or 360mm (front and top) The only case this small that can support 2x 360mm out of box
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|Item Dimensions||21.8 x 11.2 x 22 in||22.5 x 11.5 x 22 in||17 x 8 x 18.7 in||8.66 x 21.42 x 22.32 in||19.45 x 9.05 x 20.3 in||18.66 x 7.99 x 17 in|
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The new H features a doorless, ODD-free front panel made entirely of steel while a large, full-view window reveals an interior specially engineered to make any build seamless and beautiful. On the inside, an integrated power supply shroud completely conceals cables and increases cable management space up to 80%. Additionally, two attached SSD trays mounted above the shroud allow you to easily showcase a remarkably clean interior. With its newly designed interior, the H440 guarantees a streamlined PC-building experience without sacrificing any of the amenities builders are used to in a high performance case.
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I recommend watching reviews on YouTube about this case if you really want to see what people are talking about. LinusTechTips did a great review on it.
Simple- clean lines. PSU cover with compartment for cable management and big window. Flat surfaces on front and side panels for clean aesthetic. Understated vents . Magnetic dust covers. Led light for IO panel. Metal drive trays. Sound dampening foam on inside of panels. pre-installed motherboard standoffs. If you are a novice builder- this is the case for you in terms of a professional and rewarding end-result visually. I just love looking at it.
Gripes: fan hub in back has no voltage regulator, so fans run at full blast unless connected to PWM headers on motherboard. Stock fans are kinda average. No optical drive bay.
Conclusion- Its got way more things going for it than most cases including a distinctive visual appeal, logical case layout and quality build characteristics. A smart buy for the money.
Here are some things I love about the case:
- REALLY easy to build in. Lots of space, tons of extra parts given to you by NZXT, great layout, and it really does show off your parts.
- Will accommodate lots of fans (120 or 140mm, for the most part), and large radiators. I was concerned about airflow because there aren't really too many large vents on the case, but the case stays incredibly cool at all times.
- Lots of sound isolating foam = silent builds.
- The build quality is SERIOUSLY good. Down to the soft touch steel, attention to detail, lose-proof thumbscrews, it really feels like a luxury case (but for a decent chunk of money, I'd hope so!).
- There are lot's of goodies that come with the case, and it comes with conveniences like a rear LED I/O light, and a light up logo in the cable management section, already wired and ready for Molex. Cool things like that really finish off the build.
- No 5.25" drive. I know, I bought the case expecting this, but it would have been nice. There's plenty of space to have at least 1 in the top. But it's a minor quip, especially since I only use an ODD for an occasional CD rip or program install. If you NEED a 5.25" drive or two, check out the bigger brother of the H440, the NZXT H630, or the Fractal R4.
- There are some compatibility issues with the mounting of SSDs on top of the cable management section (right above the NZXT logo). Depending on your drive and SATA cables, mounting there may not be and option.
- While rubber grommets in the case are nice, they are inconveniently placed (at least for my motherboard, an MSI Gaming 5 Z97). I was only able to utilize the cable management grommets for the main power Molex, all other cables had to be routed through where the 3.5 inch bays are over to the motherboard. It doesn't look bad by any means, but it was still a hassle to wire.
Overall, a great case to build in, and a great case to look at. Highly recommended.
It isn't quiet. This is one thing I was expecting it to be, especially since some people noted that the fans weren't pushing that much air. My 7 year old Antec case was significantly quieter (at light load), which is a bit of disappointment. The NZXT case does push more air through the case and keeps it slightly cooler and quieter at full load. This is thanks to the whole front being fans and the power supply having its own intake, but the difference isn't as big as you might expect. It keeps my i7 and two Radeon HD 6970 humming at decent but not low temperatures, and I can imagine that there would be an issue if you were planning to run a system with a lot of overclocking. More powerful fans and a fan controller would have been really nice to have. Since there are no bays on the front you can't easily install your own fan controller either.
One more thing that adds to the noise is that the hard drive mounts do not offer much to absorb vibrations from old school hard drives. The trays them selves are rather narrow so the drive is likely to touch one of the sides. Even if the tiny rubber spacers for the screws had worked vibrations would likely be picked up on the sides as well. I ended up taking pieces from my old case and mounting my single old school drive at the bottom of the case to get rid of the hard drive rattle.
Based on the reviews I read I was surprised to find a lack of space for cables on the back of the motherboard tray. You more or less have to feed all the cables along the front edge of the motherboard tray. That side has a nicely bent edge that makes mounting the cables there a lot easier but I find it gets a bit crowded there since so many cables end up there instead of behind the motherboard. I could for example not fit the main power cable for the motherboard behind it, which I could on my old case. Not the end of the world but worth mentioning.
All in all I expected more from this case. It still looks great and finish is good, I just wish it functioned as well as it looked. I'm still giving it 4 stars since it looks so much better than any other case I have ever seen, otherwise it would have been barely 3.
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It was a bit pricey, but the build quality and thoughtfulness of design is great.