Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 9, 2011 - 10:01 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: nzxt, nzxt h2, mid-tower
The NZXT bears a resemblance to the new Antec 280 that Ryan saw at Computex, with a very clean exterior and an almost unmarked front panel. At 20.5" x 8.5" x 18.5" it is a similar size as well, though the hot swappable fans are rather unique. Power and peripheral plugs have been moved to the top of the case to keep the hot swappable SATA dock and 140mm fan company. The Tech Report felt that NZXT hit the nail on the head with this case, for ~$100 you get every penny worth; if you are looking for more exceptional features you need to be shopping for a more expensive case.
"The NZXT H2 mid-tower case combines good looks, spacious internals, and attention to acoustic detail. Does it represent a solid value for computer enthusiasts? We go hands-on to find out."
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