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NZXT Announces H2 Silent Chassis

Category: Cases
Posted: March 22, 2011 12:11PM
Author: bp9801


There is no denying that NZXT makes a ton of cases that are pretty popular. Today, NZXT is announcing its newest case that will fit into the Classic line, but this time it offers something to help quiet your computer. The H2 Silent Chassis offers silent computing that doesn't skimp on looks or cooling performance. NZXT engineered the H2 with premium noise dampening foam that should be on every panel, including the door that opens on the front to reveal the 5.25" bays. NZXT also includes a magnetic fan cover for the top 140mm fan, but you can remove it to get better cooling. The H2 also features a three phase fan controller which lets you adjust the fans to run at 40, 70, or 100%. The fan compartments are removeable and wireless so you won't have to mess with any wires to remove the fan and clean it. Even though the H2 is a midtower, that isn't stopping NZXT from stuffing it with eight internal HDD bays and an external, top-mounted hot swappable SATA HDD dock. There are three USB 2.0 ports up top, one USB 3.0 port, and audio in/out ports. NZXT also points out that the H2 features 25mm of space behind the motherboard tray to provide you with plenty of room to hide cables.

The NZXT H2 Silent Chassis will be available in black or white colors for $99.99. There was no word on when the case would launch, but expect that to be revealed shortly.




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El_Capitan on March 22, 2011 12:38PM
Sweet, I like silent and cool. Haven't gotten to try a NZXT case yet, either.
My_Inner_Fred on March 22, 2011 02:11PM
Seems nice but how are the two frontal fans going to get any air while the front door is closed? Same goes for the top.
potatochobit on March 22, 2011 04:54PM
I have a p182 how would this compare? mine is silent except for the exhaust probably this would be the same

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