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Default NZXT H630 chassis - 05-07-2013, 15:30 | posts: 19,558 | Location: Guru3D testlab

NZXT is excited to announce the arrival of its latest chassis, the H630! Engineered to offer comprehensive liquid cooling support in a clean and silent package, the new H is capable of supporting 360m...

NZXT H630 chassis
   
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Default 05-07-2013, 19:31 | posts: 455 | Location: Portugal

Looks really neat, very spacious moddable and with good organization for cables as it seems. The price seems good also.
   
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Default 05-07-2013, 19:54 | posts: 795 | Location: ND - US

I love NZXT cases in general and this one is just as sexy as the rest. I really like how simple, yet sophisticated (if you can call a case that) they look from the outside, and I've always been a fan of their internal layout. The removable drive bays have proven their usefulness on more than one occasion and I don't think I could live without them anymore, figuratively speaking.

I'm still looking for a good case to replace my Panzerbox. As much as I hate to part with it, it's just slightly too small for my EATX Rampage IV. It still fits, but just barely.
   
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Default 05-08-2013, 12:52 | posts: 9

It almost looks like a mini refrigerator in my opinion...
   
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Default 05-08-2013, 15:38 | posts: 15 | Location: lisbon

looks like a beta stage case

I see a fan power splitter and a lcd front panel (temp ??) but maybe no fan speed controller. seriously ?
   
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Default 05-08-2013, 17:19 | posts: 4,625 | Location: FLA,USA

That's a nice looking case bit small though


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I love NZXT cases in general and this one is just as sexy as the rest. I really like how simple, yet sophisticated (if you can call a case that) they look from the outside, and I've always been a fan of their internal layout. The removable drive bays have proven their usefulness on more than one occasion and I don't think I could live without them anymore, figuratively speaking.

I'm still looking for a good case to replace my Panzerbox. As much as I hate to part with it, it's just slightly too small for my EATX Rampage IV. It still fits, but just barely.
The Switch 810 will fit that board.
   
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Default 05-08-2013, 21:27 | posts: 795 | Location: ND - US

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That's a nice looking case bit small though
The Switch 810 will fit that board.
Thanks, Loophole! That thing's a beast. I like it.

I'm think I'll go for it next paycheck. It'll be the first case I've owned with a hinged door side panel instead of the old slide open kind so I'm kind of excited.
   
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Default 05-08-2013, 22:43 | posts: 4,625 | Location: FLA,USA

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Thanks, Loophole! That thing's a beast. I like it.

I'm think I'll go for it next paycheck. It'll be the first case I've owned with a hinged door side panel instead of the old slide open kind so I'm kind of excited.
It's not actually hinged it "pops" open then slides off still very nice currently building a water cooled rig with one it is much nicer than my HAF 922.

SIDE NOTE I don't think NZXT can make an ugly case all their cases are stunning.
   
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Default 05-08-2013, 23:26 | posts: 15,585 | Location: US East Coast

Too plain....


   
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