|Item model number||CA-H700W-NJ|
|Item Weight||27.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.05 x 19.44 x 20.31 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.05 x 19.44 x 20.31 inches|
|Manufacturer||NZXT - US PC|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||May 19, 2018|
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- Ninja's logo: Radium etched into the tempered glass side panel, custom paint and artwork personally selected by tyler, and includes two exclusive ninja the med stickers
- Premium quality: All steel construction with the sleek h series design; available in four color combinations
- Smart device: Builtin digital RGB and fan controller powered by cam, simplifies installation and management of RGB lighting and fans
- Adaptive noise reduction: Optimizes cooling and noise balance for the best gaming comfort
- All new cable management system: Installation and expansion made easy with preinstalled channels and straps; Airflow: 50.42
- Watercooling ready: Installation simplified for both aio and custom loop configurations
- Motherboard support: Miniitx, Microatx, and eatx (up to 272 millimeter or 10.7 inches)
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H700i Ninja Edition
In the battle royale of PC cases, the feature-rich, builder-friendly NZXT H Series scored a #1 Victory Royale, and now gets a completely unique look, courtesy of Twitch Streamer-extraordinaire, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins. Sporting Ninja’s logo and personally-selected color theme, the H700i Ninja Edition is an awesome way to show your love of Fortnite* and one of its most iconic personalities.
* The NZXT H700i Ninja Edition case is not affiliated with, nor endorsed by, Epic Games. Epic Games and Fortnite are trademarks or registered trademarks of Epic Games, Inc. in the United States of America and elsewhere.
Stand Out From The Other 99 Players
Each H700i Ninja Edition includes the same features as the regular H700i, as well as Ninja’s logo radium-etched into the tempered-glass side panel, custom paint and artwork personally selected by Tyler, and includes two exclusive Ninja-themed stickers.
The H700i features all-steel construction, a full tempered-glass side panel, an RGB lighting and digital fan controller powered by CAM, the NZXT signature PSU shroud and cable bar, as well as their builder-friendly, patent-pending cable management system to showcase your amazing build.
Enjoyable Builds For All
Cable management can often take more time than assembly. We designed a new cable routing kit with pre-installed channels and straps, on the back of the motherboard tray, for intuitive and easy wiring. We also upgraded our signature cable bar to be adjustable. The right panel is designed with a quick-release switch to enable fast and easy installation of new components and upgrades. The H700 series layout ensures you’ll enjoy building your PC as much as you enjoy gaming on it.
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In the battle royale of PC cases, the feature-rich, builder-friendly NZXT H Series scored a #1 Victory Royale, and now gets a completely unique look, courtesy of Twitch Streamer-extraordinaire, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins. Sporting Ninja's logo and personally-selected color theme, the H700i Ninja Edition is an awesome way to show your love of Fortnite and one of its most iconic personalities.
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Super easy to build in, cable management is great, thermals are good, and the case looks amazing.
But there's a chance you will receive a unit with a defect in the glass panel that will cause it to become explosive under heat. It worked well for 5 days, but then I had to add a new hard drive. I went to unscrew the glass and it immediately exploded. Luckily no glass went into the case harming any of the components and no glass hit my face. But this is a serious danger as it is not apparent at all with your eyes until it explodes. You could be gaming and your pet touches the panel while it's hot and it explodes onto your pet. Would not risk buying another NZXT case again.
This case does a lot well, but it's not without complaints. First, the Kraken X62 (also from NZXT) does not mount to the front in pull configuration. I've tried multiple ways, and it requires either downgrading the the X52 or removing/unlocking the front air filter. I had to settle for push configuration and hide away two of my RGB fans. NZXT products not designed to work with each other is a big red flag, and you'll notice it's a recurring theme in this review.
Both the Hue+ and Grid+ units can't mount to any of the available SSD trays or behind the back panel, as they are too thick. The only place for these devices is under the PSU shroud, limiting cable management significantly. The back panel needs more clearance, or we need more mounting locations.
While I didn't use an NZXT motherboard boad, the case includes two USB 3.0 ports on the top, and has a cable that needs to connect to the motherboard. Because NZXT opted not to use a right-angle connector, there is no way to run this cable without going over the cable management bar. In other words the bar that's meant to hide your cables is visually obstructed by cables. Think about that for a moment.
The Smart Device is this product's claim to fame, and it works well. I had no problems with running 5 fans off it. Unfortunately the included LED strip can't sit on the same channel as NZXT's premium AER RGB fans, so you have to pick one or the other. Once again I had to compromise, and I elected to remove the LED strip in favor of LED fans. Thankfully this was relatively painless. HUE2 released this month and fixes the problem of one accessory type per channel, but unsurprisingly the smart device doesn't currently support HUE2 products.
Lastly removing the front panel to get at the air filter requires pulling apart plastic snaps that hold the front panel in place. This is the only area of plastic in the case I noticed besides the filters, but the problem here is the likelihood of that plastic bending or snapping a few months down the road. A metal or thumbscrew system like they used with the PSU and back panel would have made more sense.
Don't get me wrong, after more than 24 hours of building, build revisions, and cable management, this case now looks and feels like a premium product, and I do really like it. It just seems like NZXT designed a premium case while forgetting we might want to use premium NZXT products in it. So what's the final verdict? If you don't mind revising and tailoring your build to work with your case, this is a great option. If you're looking for a case that will highlight the components you've already picked out, this may not be for you.
•The cable management is superb having in mind it is a mini itx case. Then top it with “hey I used extensions” which adds more clutter to my dear cable mess.
•The airflow is nice. I was ready to mod the case in case it was lacking but so far my temps are alright.
•The looks! I look at it way too much...yes it’s a gorgeous little thing! Sturdy yet beautiful!
•It has that funny fan/LED strip controller to go with the HUE+. I only use the LED but it’s nice to control it from the CAM app.
•If you are coming from a mini itx case don’t fear if you have an SF(X) power supply! It comes with a removable bracket!!! (This was a nice touch if you ask me.)
•The bracket behind the motherboard for the 2 2.5” SSDs/HDDs is very nice with more room for more drives!!!....is this really a mini itx case?!?!?
•My Asus Strix does not sag in this case? Nope it doesn’t. Has more support on the PCI slot.
•2.5 bracket in front of the window is nice but I won’t use it since I will replace with a 5” LCD screen.
•That cable shroud metal thing (see in pics) which has been around since the s340 is nice and only takes 3 screws to remove.
•DUDE!!!! The front panel plug is HEAVENLY! I always struggle with this ton of small cables....now the one here is a single plug with all the cables! I fell in love!
•Room for rads and moar fans!
•The tempered glass is not as strong as I thought or I would like. Turned around to get the thumb screws and it slipped...2” fall at most and a small corner went off...
•Yeah I got nothing else until my custom loop begins.
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- build quality is generally good
- the cable management bar is a pain and makes the build much harder than it needs to be
- rear cable management is great. However, the case comea with all fan cables bunched up and you'll spend some time cleaning that up
- the tempered glass and RBG are good if you like the looks. Comes with one RGB strip installed and a second that you can install where you want
- the CAM software is just good for RGB and fixed fan control. The adaptive fan control feature is useless as it completely ignored GPU temps. To me cooling was a big draw if the case and this was a big disappointment
- the case is noisy
- cooling with the stock fans and front panel in place is pretty mediocre. Removing the front panel is a big help and actually looks good. If using serious hardware, would recommend swapping out the front fans for a pair of noctua 140mm ones. Big difference. Even with that, the CPU cooling is inferior to my earlier Corsair 600Q and GPU cooling is only slightly better, while noise levels much higher
Overall, if you are focused more on looks, the case is pretty good and better than other similar cases at cooling. However, if you are more performance focused, look elsewhere. I'm considering going back to my Corsair 600q - I suspect that case will beat this on cooling with the Noctua fans installed
SORRY IN ADVANCED FOR MY ENGLISH IM french first.
- Best cable management i ever saw in a case. It is so easy to build a clean case with this one
- crazy ammount of ssd holder
- nice looking case
- The quality of assembly is fine but not top notch. The power button and every other connector in front of the case is slightly unalligned and for that price this is sad.
- ** BE CARREFUL WHEN YOU OPEN THE PANNEL OF THE CABLE MANAGEMENT SIDE!!!! The case is in metal and ultra robust, the side pannel that hide the cable is in metal but to open it you have to press a button. Wich is fine but the clip that hold the pannel is made of ULTRA CHEAP PLASTIC, VERY VERY EASY TO BREAK IT!
- the AIRFLOW IS OK.... I still don't understand why in 2019 with all TOP QUALITY CAD software available on the market, they still do case that have some airflow limitation. Compare to the best airflow case, expect to lose a few FPS WHILE GAMING UNLESS YOU SPEND A LOT ON keeping your parts cold. The good news is that the case offer the space to do it!!
Overall very nice tower but like every tower in the market, there is always some flaws in their conception.
- Awesome cable management. I came from using the NZXT H440 and closing the windowless side panel is a total b*tch on that case, but not on the H700 since it has a generous amount of space in-between. I also like how NZXT provided us with pre-applied velcro bands and some cable ties.
- Super sleek look. Even my wife, who isn't at all a PC enthusiast can tell that the case is quality.
- The two hidden SSD cages behind the motherboard are brilliant. I don't really like the idea of flexing my SSDs all that much so the fact that they are well-hidden is one of the reasons why I chose this case.
- The windowless side panel has a button-release mechanism instead of the annoying sliding one. Coupled with the first point, it makes building in this case a breeze.
- Price. I don't think the steep price is justified. But it is something that I easily forget about whenever I look at how beautiful my PC is.
- Difficulty on removing the USB 3.0 front panel connector from the motherboard (It’s so hard to remove it ripped the USB 3.0 housing off my motherboard! Luckily, the pins are okay). Mainly because the four plastic notches are really attached to the recessed slots on the housing. I had to shave off the notches with a hobby knife in order for it not rip the housing ever again.
- Heavy AF when fully loaded with hardware. Remember to lift with your legs!
Things to Consider:
- If you value airflow over sleek aesthetics, this case is not really the best considering how air needs to make a tight turn into the case instead of flowing on a straight path (like on the Meshify cases) on the front panel.
- If you are considering on using sleeve extension cables for your PSU, know that there isn't really a lot of space to cram all those cables in front of the PSU. Especially if you are using both of the 3.5" HDD cages. In fact, I'm thinking of purchasing the CableMod ModMesh to replace my PSU cables with in order to combat this particular issue.
ps. NZXT way to not include a "puck"...this is the premium case!
The good news is you can easily disconnect the fan controller hub and use included Y-splitter cables to drive all of the fans from a couple PWM ports on any reasonably new motherboard and have a completely fine and working system. The downside is that a big chunk of the high price-tag here certainly pays for that smart hub.
So TL;DR - nice case, but either toss the fan hub or choose a cheaper case.