NZXT launches the new miditower H630 where it has premiered an anonymous look. A clean and minimalistic design a focus on low noise with large fans and noise dampening material directly from factory.
NZXT says the new H series targets enthusiasts looking to build a quiet machine with good cooling potential and the main feature for acquiring this is the fan selection. We find two 200 mm fans in the front of the case room for two more 200 mm fans in the roof, plus four 140 or 120 mm fans in the floor and around the harddrives. NZXT has also made room for water cooling radiators in sizes 240, 280 or 360 millimeter. These can be placed in either the front or the roof if you remove the three modular harddrive cages that hold up to eight 3.5″ harddrives.
The case measures 245 x 547 x 567 millimeter and weighs 14 kg. A sturdy piece for being a miditower, but at the same time roomy enough to hold up to 354 millimeter long graphics cards and the processor cooler can be up to 190 millimeter tall.
NZXT has used nothing but clean lines and ships H630 in two color themes, shiny white or matte black. The case has two 5.25″ slots and one I/O panel on the right side with two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, memory card reader, microphone and headphone plugs, and a reset button. The sides are dressed with 7 millimeter thick foam for reducing noise.
NZXT H630 will be in stock in a few weeks.