Welcome Stranger to OCC!Login | Register

NZXT Hush Mid-Tower Case

ccokeman    -   May 2, 2007


Lowest Prices

Closer Look:

One thing that NZXT has done is make sure that the front panel wiring is long enough to really reach to the top left corner of the case if you need it to. I find this refreshing because in some of the cases I have owned, I have not been able to use the front panel ports if the header was on the far side of the mother board. Usually the wiring falls about a half inch short. This is not the case here. Lengths for the front panel wiring range from 16 to 31 inches. The cabling includes the front panel speaker,1 x 1394,2 x USB, HD audio hookups for the microphone and sound and last but not least the power for the front door light.

 



The front panel ports are actually mounted on the side of the panel giving the front of the case a cleaner appearance. Included are two usb ports, one fire wire port and one port each for a microphone and headphones. The ports and wiring both attach to this pcb which is mounted to the back side of the front panel.


The items included in the accessory pack are the motherboard standoffs, 1 wire tie and mount, a ferrite magnet and all of the screws needed for the installation of your hardware. Yes even though the drive bays are tooless you will need to use the included screws for mounting your motherboard and video card(s).




  1. Introduction: Closer Look
  2. Closer Look: Case Components
  3. Closer Look: Sound Dampening
  4. Closer Look: Wiring and Accessories
  5. Installation
  6. Specifications and Features
  7. Testing
  8. Testing Kestral
  9. Testing:Airflow
  10. Conclusion
Random Pic
© 2001-2014 Overclockers Club ® Privacy Policy

Also part of our network: TalkAndroid, Android Forum, iPhone Informer, Neoseeker, and Used Audio Classifieds

Elapsed: 0.0288219452