Great watercoling Options, Simple sleek design, spacious and feature packed
WHAT WE DISLIKED:
Could use some extra grommets to cover cut outs, the front I/O panel is positioned on the right side and could be a problem for some setups, could use a bit better intake ventilation, small amount of 5.25" bays.
NZXT has a real winner here. They did a great job on the H630's features and design, and at at a price point of $149.99 on Newegg.com, it is a tremendous value.
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SILENT OPERATIONThe NZXT H630 features a high-density sound dampening design to kill excess noise without impeding cooling capabilities. Fully enclosed in steel, and combined with an intelligent vent design to minimize intake noise, the H630 offers a sleek, jaw-dropping design that will leave you speechless.
EFFICIENT COOLINGThe H630 offers exceptional support for a wide range of liquid cooling solutions, including the ability to mount 240mm, 280mm and 360mm radiators in both top and front positions. This case is the first in the industry to support up to two 200mm fans in the front of the enclosure, without the removal of sound dampening material.
ROOM FOR EXPANSIONThe NZXT H630 features two 5.25-inch external drive bays, eight 3.5-inch/2.5-inch internal drive bays, and nine expansion slots. You’ll have the room you need to expand your system to its limits!
CABLE MANAGEMENT SUPPORTThe 27mm space helps organize the cords for neat and easy build.
CONVENIENT I/O PANELThe I/O panel offers two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, one audio port, and one microphone port for convenient access.
The sample we received was in a pre-production state, so it didn’t come shipped with the standard retail box that you will find at retailers; however, the package did come nicely packed for shipping transport. We were quite pleased although it was just a plain brown box.
Once inside, we surveyed the contents that were included. First, we have the NZXT H630 Manuals, these were thorough and easy to read. The manual was detailed enough to get you started and we ran into no complications during our break down, which we will go over a little bit later.
Next, we have an atypical cluster of installation screws. They were broken up into multiple separate bags and were labeled. NZXT did a remarkable job labeling each set; this becomes helpful so you know which screws to use without confusion. We typically see other manufacturers just throw everything into one bag, so we commend NZXT for taking the extra steps to do this.
Now that we have covered the basics, let’s dive in for a closer look.