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NZXT Introduces the H230 Chassis

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jun 2, 2013.

  1. btarunr

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    Classic design. Minimal hassle. The new H230 is the perfect silent chassis for anyone looking for all of the essentials at an unbeatable price point.
    Continuing the legacy of the H series, the H230 brings similar sound crushing abilities as its predecessors into a smaller, more accessible package for all. With an enclosed, minimalistic design, the H230 is every bit as functional as it is sleek.

    Complete with a tool-free 5.25" drive latch design, removable HDD cage, seven motherboard expansion slots and top accessible USB 3.0 connectivity, the H230 brings together all of the essentials for a hassle-free build with a minimalistic edge.

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    In addition to providing additional airflow, the H230 is capable of supporting long, high end video cards with the HDD cage removed. Our designers had one goal in mind while crafting the H230: create an affordable, silent chassis with all of the necessary essentials for a clean, functional build.

    The H230 will be available soon in Black and White at an aggressively priced ?64.99. For more information, visit the product page.
     
  2. blibba

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    Looks like a clone of the C'M' Silencio 550.

    Only differences are the bottom 120mm intake, the lack of a hotswap bay and the white paint.
     
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    If this is a good water cooling case i'm sure there's a good market for this.
     
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    Nope it won't be a watercooling case. There is only space in that case for a single 120mm radiator on the rear panel.
     

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