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Nzxt H2
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Nzxt H2

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NZXT H2: Not Quite Quiet

7 September 2011
  • Conclusion: The test results for the NZXT H2 are disappointing. This is a case I was particularly looking forward to checking out because it looked like quite a find: quiet, efficient cases can be hard to come by at the $99 price point.
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Overall 8


PC Magazine
27 August 2011
  • Conclusion: Aimed at gamers and enthusiasts who are particularly concerned with noise, the NZXT H2 is a well-equipped PC case that would benefit from some additional polish.
  • Pros: Focused on noise reduction. Innovative front-panel fans. Integrated hot-swappable drive bay. Mostly tool-free construction.
  • Cons: Does not easily accommodate high-end video cards. Unexciting appearance. Some design oddities.
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NZXT H2 Classic Silent Case Review

24 August 2011

Expert Review

7 July 2011
  • Conclusion: This has been an awesome case to install hardware in, it was easy and no tools were required for more than the motherboard itself.
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NZXT H2 Classic Silent Mid-Tower Case

OverClock Intelligence Agency
23 June 2011
  • Summary: The NZXT H2 mid-tower case combines the classic good looks and quiet operation of the full-tower Whisper, with the small footprint of the Hush. Sprinkle in a slew of updated bits like painted interior chassis, hot-swap removable fans, external hard drive dock and USB3 port, and what you've got is a...
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NZXT H2 Silent Classic Mid-Tower PC Chassis Review

17 June 2011
  • Conclusion: Although the NZXT H2 Silent Classic Mid-Tower PC Chassis is a bit plain looking compared to some of NZXT’s other PC cases it still is a nice looking case for those who don’t want clear panels and/or lots of LEDs. Its black monolithic style gives it an industrial appearance.
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Overall 8

Review: NZXT H2 Classic

6 June 2011
  • Conclusion: While we could say this case “is the best ever and you should buy it without a doubt”, custom PC building is hardly that simple. For starters, everyone has their own likes and dislikes, and their own list of priorities.
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NZXT's H2 mid-tower enclosure

6 June 2011
  • Summary: The NZXT H2 has piqued the interest of many computer enthusiasts for its combination of clean looks, accommodating internals, and attention to noise levels. While the "Silent" part of its title might be something of a misnomer, the case does offer good value for money.
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NZXT H2 Classic silent midtower PC case review

1 June 2011
  • Conclusion: Overall, I’m pretty satisfied with the NZXT H2 Classic case, especially as it’s currently $99.99 on Newegg and Amazon . It delivers on its claims of quiet computing, and with mesh filters to keep dust out and good cable management, it’s a good setup for clean airflow—especially if the case is...
  • Pros: Good features, such as SATA bay, 3-speed fan controller, and removable front fans, Quiet and dust-free computing thanks to noise dampening and mesh filters, Clean and classy aesthetics, Great value at $99.99
  • Cons: Clunky tool-less HDD tray design makes installing and removing drives a chore, Instruction manual is very lightweight and unhelpful, Would prefer extra fans built-in rather than an aftermarket option
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NZXT H2 Silent Mid-tower Case Review

Hi Tech Legion
24 May 2011
  • Summary: The NZXT H2 has decent cooling performance, even at the lowest fan speed setting, and was extremely quiet, even at the highest fan speed setting. The NZXT H2 effectively cuts down the noise from internal components significantly.
  • Pros: Fantastic cable management options, 3-stage fan controller, Front panel USB 3.0, Very quiet, even at maximum fan speed and under OCCT GPU load, Re-useable and ventilated expansion slot covers, 170mm CPU heat sink height clearance, Support for video cards 310mm in length (when some HDD caddies rem...
  • Cons: Plastic base on the side is hollow, Plenty of screws provided that don't need to be used, Tool-free 3.5" HDD mounting is not as easy as it looks
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