NZXT H230 Classic Silent Mid-Tower Review



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NZXT are one of the all time greatest chassis manufacturers and right now they have one of the most impressive product lines on the market that offers some seriously high end feature sets to the enthusiast market. Yet while all the attention may go towards their high end, high price solutions such as the Phantom 820 or the more recent H630, NZXT have not forgotten about the more budget friendly end of the market.

We recently reviewed the H630, a high performance product with some of the best build quality and sound proofing I’ve ever seen in a chassis design, easily one of the top 10 best chassis available to this date in my opinion. The chassis we are looking at today is effectively the little brother of that chassis and the H230 aims to offer a less expensive solution for those who want a stylish and silent mid tower chassis design, but still want the sleek styling that NZXT are renowned for in their higher end models.

Obviously I’m not expecting this to be as great as the H630, but it will be interesting to see just how much the H230 has to offer for £59.00 vs the H630 which costs £129.99.

The H230 comes in a fairly standard cardboard box, with a greyed image of the chassis from the left side.

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Around the back of the box we have some smaller images that detail the main features of the chassis such as the removable hard drive cage, 7 expansion slots and the noise absorbing materials.

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True to NZXT style the H230 comes with a nice assortment of high quality fitting screws and bolts, a few cable ties and an easy to read installation guide.

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  • Wayne

    I likey likey very much. The minimalist look, windowless and no USB 2 ports is right up my alley. The fact that it’s a quality, well priced case doesn’t hurt either. It’s not perfect, but good enough for most. Myself included.

  • d6bmg

    Good followup chassis after their epic ultra tower.
    I love it’s sleek look!

  • d6bmg

    And good review @Peter. :)

  • Semeru

    Nice review, but how is the sound & cooling compared to say, the Define R4?

  • mrcapncaveman

    I like the 630 better, but for the money its certainly hard to beat. Great review, Thanks.

  • Lystfiskern

    Guys… :-/
    How can you review this type of case AND give it a award without measuring sound and cooling properties? I wouldnt go as far as saying this “review” is worthless, but it sure doesnt represent the product the way it ought too. Leaving your conclusion and award unjustified. imho.

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