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H630 Ultra Tower – It’s What’s Next From NZXT

Posted on May 8, 2013 10:10 AM by J.D. Kane
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Classified by NZXT as an “Ultra Tower”, the H630 is a big deal indeed. It can fit motherboards up to eATX spec, for one thing. It also boasts the capability to mount up to two gigantic 200mm fans in the front intake position, something fairly unique in PC chassis available today. Not only that, but end-users can install 240mm, 280mm, and even 360mm at both the front and at the top of the case!

NZXT H630 Chassis

Obviously, this design is optimized for super cooling performance. Beyond that, though, the H630 also includes super cool features as well (pun intended). The H630 has NZXT’s typical classy exterior design aesthetic devoid of extraneous and superfluous bulges and vents. Inside, it has fully modular hard drive cages that can be completely removed from the case.

End-users can fit a maximum of ten storage devices (eight in the modular drive cages, and two 2.5″ devices on the back side of the motherboard tray). It includes two fans out-of-the-box (one 200mm at the front intake position, one 140mm at the rear exhaust position), but can mount a maximum of ten 120mm fans if you so choose. Finally, the H630 features nine expansion slots at the rear, as well as four USB ports (two each of USB 3.0 and 2.0), headphone-out, mic-in, and a pair of 5.25″ drive bays for optical drives at the front.

NZXT says the H630 will be available soon in both Matte Black and Glossy White, with an MSRP of $149.99.


  • http://www.facebook.com/deathspawner Rob Williams

    That is… pretty damned sexy.

    • JD Kane

      I like this case. LOVE the way the interior is laid out.

      My only real reservation, really, has to do with the excess of plastic typical of NZXT’s offerings. I’m sure that helps keep prices reasonable. I’d rather pay more for less plastic and more metal.

      But that’s just me. :)

      • http://www.facebook.com/deathspawner Rob Williams

        I’m the same way. I’m not what you’d call a huge chassis buff, but I do like a very sturdy design. I remember back in the day when I took a look at the NZXT Adamas. PR there begged me to stand on it. Yeah – it was a solid case, hah.

        • JD Kane

          Ah, the Adamas. There’s a name I remember. I was very seriously “in like” with that case back in those days.

  • Kayden

    I want one…..stop making me want things J.D.!

    • JD Kane

      Hahaha I can take checks, money orders, or straight cash, homey. ;)

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