NZXT H630 Ultra Quiet Full Tower Review

Meet the new H630 Ultra Quiet Tower from NZXT.

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The Intro:

The last time I looked over an NZXT case, it was somewhat Alien looking, with cheapish, plastic facia. The side panels were a chore to install, and yet they fit so loosely they rattled! It had rudimentry drive mounting cages and some wheezy 80mm punched fan holes. Well, gone are the out of date Alien looks. Gone are the easily scratched plastic panels. Gone are the pitiful little fan mounts. Gone are the basic drive cages. The new NZXT H630 is here, and it’s taking aim directly at the enthusiast market. It has a smooth, satin black, stealth finish (also available in white) and an attractive MSRP of $149.99. This new offering, has many features from the Phantom series, but with clean and smooth looks.

NZXT has gone out of their way to build a clean, modern and silent case to win us over.

For more information on NZXT see here – http://www.nzxt.com/
For more information on the NZXT H630 see here – NZXT H630

Dimensions: 245mm(W) x 547mm(H) x 567mm(D)

Aproximately: 9-5/8″(W) x 21-9/16″(H) x 22-5/16″(D)

Technical:

  • Size Ultra Tower
  • Model CA-H630F-W1 Glossy White
  • Model CA-H630F-M1 Matte Black
  • External Drive Bays: 5.25″ x 2 (Tool less)
  • Internal Drive Bays: 3.5″/2.5″: 8(2x 2.5″ behind MB) 2x 3HDD cage, 1x 2HDD cage (Fully Modular)
  • Front Cooling: 2x 200 or 2x 140 or 3x 120mm (1x 200mm included )
  • Top Cooling: 2x 200 or 2x 140 or 3x 120mm
  • Rear Cooling: 1x 140/120mm (1x 140mm included )
  • Bottom Cooling: 2x 140/120mm
  • HDD Pivot 2x 140/120mm
  • Front Side Filter: (Included)
  • Bottom Front Filter: (Included)
  • Bottom Rear Filter: (Included)
  • Front Radiator Support: 2x 140 or 3x 120mm
  • Top Radiator Support: 2x 140 or 3x 120mm
  • Bottom Radiator Support: 2x 140/120
  • Rear Radiator Support: 1x 140/120mm
  • CPU Cooler Clearance: 190mm
  • VGA Card Clearance: 354mm
  • Cable Management Clearance: 27mm
  • Material SECC Steel, ABS Plastic
  • Motherboard Support ATX, Micro-ATX, XL-ATX, EATX
  • Expansion Slots 9
  • External Electronics 1 x Audio/Mic 2 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.0
  • SD Card Reader With SDHC & SDXC Support
  • I/O Panel LED On/Off
  • Product Weight 14 kg
  • Warranty 2 years

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6 thoughts on “NZXT H630 Ultra Quiet Full Tower Review

  1. Solid review, Greg, though in the future I would like to see an in depth review with a proper build. Otherwise you hit some pretty key points. Check out the parts box, I bet they still give out their stand off tool :)

  2. Nice review fella, clean lines and a chassis with possibilities.
     
    I like the SSD mounts on the rear of the motherboard tray (I wish other manufacturers would follow suit) and the slotted fan mounts are certainly useful.
     
    Though I’d likely take a Dremel to it in places for sure, out with the drive bays (all of them and remove the support bracket from the floor of the case), triple rad in the front for starters…
     
    Hmmm possibilities

  3. A blank canvas, begging to be chopped and sliced up B) …I checked it over at Greg’s shop. It’s loaded with different out-of-the-box cooling configs

  4. Great review Greg, and what a nice case. I hate when people put NZXT cases down, while they forget the price charged for them. 
     
    For the money NZXT delivers a great bang for the buck, and thats what I see in this case as well. Really moddable, and if someone just want to run a quiet build, it can be done. And boy do I wish that the switch had those fan mounts.

  5. though in the future I would like to see an in depth review with a proper build.

    I agree :^)
    Like the Giga-Max build, (Gigabyte Z87X-UD4H inside the Enermax Coenus),
    It would be nice to combine two reviews into one build! (two birds / one stone)
     
    But, I’m sure there will be a follow up “Super Quiet” build in the NZXT H630.
    (I just have to get a hold of a Decibel Meter, so I can do some noise testing)

  6. I agree :^)
    Like the Giga-Max build, (Gigabyte Z87X-UD4H inside the Enermax Coenus),
    It would be nice to combine two reviews into one build! (two birds / one stone)
     
    But, I’m sure there will be a follow up “Super Quiet” build in the NZXT H630.
    (I just have to get a hold of a Decibel Meter, so I can do some noise testing)

     
     
    No worries man, I’m sure it will come.  The reviews will get better over time with getting full builds and what not put together.  Modzoo is still fresh as far as reviews go, so there’s room to grow and learn and with the people we have here, I’m sure that will happen.  There’s no BS reviews on this sight, and that’s the thing that needs to be kept intact.  I liked the review, don’t get me wrong.  Just a little constructive criticism is all.  :)
     
    Keep it up!

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