As we have come to expect from NZXT they have come out with another great case in their H630. Let’s first talk about the idea of this case. NZXT wanted to put out a silent case that still had room for great cooling and all of your hardware. The have achieved that with the H630. First you have sound dampening material on the front, top and both side panels. The is going to eliminate a lot of the sound that your system is going to make. NZXT has still made room to install fans / watercooling on both the front and top of the case. Many silent cases do not offer this option.
On top of just being silent this case looks great. It has a very sleek and sophisticated look to it. This is a case that while it does not have a side panel of fancy lights people will really appreciate. Remember it comes in the black version that we reviewed, but also a white version as well.
The is ample room inside for all of your hardware. This case can support larger motherboards such as XL-ATX and E-ATX. Longer video cards can be installed without any issues and you can even remove the hard drive cages to make more room if you like. NZXT cases are some of my favorite when it comes to their interiors because they have added features that consumers want. So you have SSD trays on the back of the motherboard, metal tool-less locking system for the 5.25-inch drive bays, lots of cable routing holes, a centrally located fan hub, and much more. Installation really is a breeze in this case and there is more than enough room to work with.
The only real issue I do have with this case was the fact that the front bezel of the case was extremely hard to take off. I felt like I was going to break something when I went to take it off, and I’ve taken front bezel’s off plenty of cases before.
Now the NZXT H630 is not your cheapest case. Right now it is selling for around $183 at my favorite online retailer. You do have to understand you are getting what you pay for and this price is completely justified in my eyes. Remember this is a full tower case too, not a mid tower. With that said ThinkComputers gives the NZXT H630 Case a 9 out of 10 score and our Recommended Award.
– Sleek design
– Very quiet
– Support for XL-ATX and E-ATX motherboards
– Excellent designed interior
– Fan hub
– Lots of room for watercooling
– Front bezel is a pain to take off