NZXT H630 Ultra-Tower Chassis Revealed

/ 5 years ago


NZXT have finally lifted the curtain on the NZXT H630 and I can now officially very smug about my prediction yesterday! Were I did in fact guess the name of the new chassis from clues left on the NZXT website! Yet with all that taken into consideration, I didn’t expect anything that looks as spectacular as this! I was expecting another revision to the Phantom range that looks like the rest of the Phantom range, and boy was I wrong!

“Clean. Modern. Silent. Three words to describe the new H – an ear-defining change in the way you experience the PC.” – NZXT

With one goal in mind, the H630 is set to bring two extremes of the PC building world together, enthusiast level performance and stealth like soundproofing because everyone knows that quad-SLI rigs might look cool, but all those fans can get a little on the loud side at times.

“Ushering in a new era of silent, high performance systems, the NZXT H630 leads the industry with a high-density sound dampening design that doesn’t impede its cooling capabilities.” – NZXT

The H is the first chassis of its kind that can support a pair of 200mm fans on the front panel, that’s right, twin 200mm air intakes! That fact alone should give you a good impression of how big this chassis is. This should offer a huge flow of air even at low RPM, perfect for keeping noise to a minimum.

“With its ground-breaking ability to subdue component noise, the H630 maximizes your gaming experience while eliminating any traces of noise pollution caused by high performance fans.”

NZXT are known for packing every high end features they can think of into their chassis designs and the H630 will be no exception to this, with fully modular hard-drive cages, support for water cooling, including 240mm, 280mm and 360mm radiators in both top and front positions.

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Lets not forget the image below, this thing looks stunning and those clean cut panels look stunning in glossy white, but the chassis will also be available in matte black for those wanting something stealthy.

The price looks set to be $149.99 USD/€139.99 Euros and UK prices have yet to be confirmed.

Or even better, we have a H630 up for grabs in our latest competition which you can enter here.


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8 Responses to “NZXT H630 Ultra-Tower Chassis Revealed”
  1. It looks real classy from what I can make out. Can’t see it too well against the white background though.

  2. Indloon says:

    Wow, I thought collecting money for Fractal R4, but this looks even sweeter!

  3. Can there pleeease come a version with a window

  4. Hero85 says:

    I am definitely selling my Fractal Design Define XL R2 just to get this. It suits my needs perfectly especially with 3 intake and 3 exhaust. Mount a full thick 360mm radtiator up to for 2 cards and 240mm at the bottom for CPU and let the front fan bring in cool air. Thank you NZXT!

  5. mrcapncaveman says:

    This is the monster I’ve been waiting for!

  6. This looks realy cool

  7. I want Black just like my Hart }:[ ]>

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