NZXT H440 Mid-Tower Chassis Review: Sound Design Choices Inside and Out

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Setting out to improve on the H230 and H630, NZXT recently updated its silent chassis range with a new mid-tower that touts a redesigned interior, next-gen FN V2 fans and better aesthetics. Some great ideas have gone into the H440, notably the decision to drop old-fashioned 5.25" drive bays to use the space for other hardware, a move we're interested in seeing others make.

Typically, cases designed with the goal of being silent have been bland looking. The Antec P100is a fine example of a case that dampens noise, yet is boring to look at and uninspiring to work with. The H440 tackles this in several ways while still keeping a clean look. Along with a window to jazz things up, the H440 comes in your choice of white, red, orange, blue or green accents.

Regardless of color, you'll pay $120 for the H440. That's double the $60 an H230 would set you back and not far off the NZXT H630 ultra tower, but not shocking either considering this is a no compromise mid-tower.

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