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NZXT H700i Mid-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Mar 20, 2018 11:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 94%Manufacturer: NZXT

NZXT H700i Mid-Tower Chassis

 

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The front of the H700i is closed off, using a full sheet of metal down the front of the chassis, with only the NZXT name at the bottom to break up the panel.

 

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The front I/O panel is on top of the chassis and sits just behind where the front bezel attaches. In it, we see the 3.5mm jacks for audio at the left, USB 3.1 and USB 2.0 ports, and to the right is a ringed power button which will illuminate once powered.

 

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The top panel is just like the front, minus the NZXT name. Both panels are metal, they are both painted with textured black paint, and we can see hints of how the case breathes with the red accent next to them.

 

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The left side of the chassis has clear tempered glass from top to bottom, and from side to side, with the edge of it painted to block the view of the frame. The view inside of the case is completely unimpeded, and we love that the panel has no tint to it.

 

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The back of the chassis starts with a button to release the right side panel and some ventilation holes. We then see the rear I/O and the adjustable fan location, just above the seven expansion slots. To the right of the slots is a place to mount a short pump and radiator inside of the case, and at the bottom is a removable PSU mounting bracket.

 

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The right side of the chassis is covered with a steel panel, which is painted to match the rest of the chassis. There are no thumbscr3ews visible, as latches at the top lock the panel to the chassis, and the panel opens, releasing the top, and falling outward.

 

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The floor of the chassis has wire management tie points, slits for optional mounting of drives or cooling components, and are also what is holding in the HDD cage platform. At the back of the chassis we see a removable dust filter for the PSU, and the feet that support the H700i are big hunks of plastic with rubber pads on the bottom of them.

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