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NZXT H700i Mid-Tower Chassis Review (Page 6)

By Chad Sebring from Mar 20, 2018 @ 6:00 CDT
TweakTown Rating: 94%Manufacturer: NZXT

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This is part of the assortment of hardware we found inside of a box, which is shipped in a hard drive bay. All separated from you and with each bag labeled, we get 6-32 screws for motherboard and HDD mounting. The next bag is specific to mounting 2.5" drives, and we also get an additional standoff and socket. The bottom row has some standard fan screws and the PSU mounting screws.


As if the six Velcro straps behind the motherboard tray are not enough to keep wires tamed behind the scenes, NZXT ensures you will have every option available. For those times when the straps are not in the right place, or you need to group some wires, they have sent ten zip-ties too.


Rather than to hard mount, the interior LED lighting, NZXT offers an RGB extension cable as well as a strip of RGB LEDs. This way you can choose where the lighting floods the chassis, but the recommended location is along the front of the chassis, running top to bottom. Simply peel off the paper backing, and use the 3M double sided tape to secure the strip to the chassis.


The manual on the left is a full stop; all questions answered, booklet. Everything from the parts being named and showing the use, on through the build, and even covering cooling options, even the most novice user will complete a build without much hassle. The insert seen on the right pertains to the additional RGB LED strip, as to how to connect it, and where best to use it.

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