NZXT has kept me very busy recently with their submissions and I thank them for keeping me busy. So far we've looked at the NZXT Mesh 30W fan controller and the incredible looking, and performing, HAVIK 140 CPU cooler. On top of those products, they also delivered a new chassis to our labs for testing. The Classis Series of cases already has some big players. There is the Alpha, Beta EVO, Lexa Blackline and M59 just to name a few, so this chassis is going to need something to set itself apart from the other nine cases already in this series.
This time around, silence and simplistic style is the name of the game. Think about the NZXT Alpha case exterior with minor changes that set this new design apart. Add some sound dampening material, solid steel doors and a swing open door to cover the front of the chassis, and you have blocked out most of the ambient noise that affects most cases with good ventilation that is left out in the open, or gets rid of the rattles associated with windowed cases. On top of that, there are a few really cool hidden features also packed into this mid tower submission.
The chassis in question is the H2 from NZXT. This sleek looking chassis offers things like removable panels and fans that don't require disassembly of the chassis, dust filters throughout, and leaving the environment enjoyable with the lack of noise. NZXT also sneaks in a few more hidden bonuses like USB 3.0 and a built in hard drive dock. With more to cover than what I can address in just the introduction, I say we get down to it and see what's included and how much the Classic Series NZXT H2 mid tower chassis is going to set you back in the pursuit of silent excellence.
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