NZXT H440

  • NZXT H440
89
Based on 14 scores, 35 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    9
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

The H440 is NZXT latest mid-tower chassis. The H440 supports standard ATX as well as mATX motherboards. It is better equipped featuring a vastly improved cooling system and comes in your choice of white, red, orange, blue or green accents.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on 90

Compared to the Corsair Obsidian 450D we looked at a month ago, the NZXT H440 offers a heck of a lot more for the same $120. Out of the box, Corsair's solution only supports three 3.5" hard drives and that might have been acceptable if the rest of the case was stacked with features, but that isn't the situation.

By HEXUS.net on

NZXT has continually demonstrated a willingness to improve its chassis solutions, and with the H440, the company has taken what it has learned thus far to deliver a mid-tower enclosure that meets the requirements of a modern-day build. Using more steel...

By Ocaholic on 80

you can also consider this case to be a good value for the money, since the price is rather competitive and you get a really decent number of features for the money you spend Also, the bundle is very good and you get a totoal of four preinstalled fans...

By Overclockers Club on

Let us recap my reasoning and scoring method before diving into my final words. First I look at what the company is saying it offers. For example, say the company states the case supports large / long graphics cards or ten quiet fans. In this example, I...

By Legion Hardware on

Last month we checked out the new Obsidian 450D, another mid-tower that costs $120. As you would expect from a Corsair product build quality was as good as it gets. The problem however was the lack of gear built into the 450D. Out of the box the case...

By uk.hardware.info on

The NZXT H440 leaves us a little disappointed. We really want to be able to recommend it, not only because of the appearance but due to the many innovative features and clever design choices. We especially like the hard drive construction and the...

By Expert Reviews on 100

A stylish case that’s ideal for those who value...

By Computer Shopper on 80

The H440 packs a lot of smarts and flexibility into an attractive tower that won’t break your bank account. It’s long on storage and cooling capabilities, with outstanding cable management....

By techPowerUp! on 91

I would like to thank NZXT for supplying the review sample. We have the NZXT H440 chassis on our test bench today. The company uses the following phrase to convince potential buyers: Sleek-design gaming case with superior capacity and cooling system....

By Modders-Inc on

about the NZXT H440The NZXT H440 is an achievement worth celebrating for several reasons. First, it effectively builds on the success of previous NZXT designs while offering something new and exciting. This probably should not have been a surprise...

By HardOCP on

Today we are reviewing the $121 Mid Tower H440 Case from NZXT .NZXT Corporation , founded almost nine years ago in Los Angeles, has become extremely popular with the enthusiast community thanks in large part to its coolers, power supplies and computer...

By Hi Tech Legion on

I can't lie, as soon as I opened up this case and took a look at it, I wanted to put my own main system into it. Since I started working here, I have built up a few extra parts that I now normally use for testing purposes so that I no longer need to...

By Legit Reviews on

NZXT has shown us what the future may hold with the H440. This case drops the 5.25” bay altogether and hides your power supply, making everything look very neat and clean, while providing great airflow throughout the case. When you're looking to...

By Pureoverclock on

The bottom line is that NZXT has hit it out of the park with its H-440. This is by far the perfect case for nearly anyone! Whether you are a system builder, gamer, or water cooling enthusiast you can't go...

By PCPer on

Courtesy of NZXT)NZXT’s new H440 is a very interesting case. It features a door-less design with no external drive bays for a clean look and comes with a 3/4 window on the left side to show off the motherboard area. At first glance, not having an...

By Benchmark Reviews on 89

NZXT's decision to keep the H440 free of any externally accessible drive bays is a bold new step in tower case design. While we've seen optical drive bays vanishing from small form factor systems for a while now, this is the first tower case to have this...

By TweakTown on 100

The main thing I love about this chassis is that is does take the hassle of modding a chassis yourself, or even paying someone else to do it; if you are like me, you have limited time and even more limited materials handy to try out. Then there is the...

By 3dGameMan on

The NZXT H440 Case is stylish, the build quality is solid, has plenty of quality fans, lots of drive bays and ample space inside for hardware. Also, this is a water cooling wet dream as there are so many radiator placement options. NZXT nailed it with...

By eTeknix on

It's that awesome time of the year again when NZXT bestow upon the industry another premium grade chassis solution, this time with the release of their H440. The H440 is the latest entry into their H series, and somewhat of a sequel to their truly epic...

By Overclock3D on 100

The conclusion for the H400 is actually pretty difficult to write, mainly because we could find very little wrong with it. The design is minimalistic or simplistic depending on your point of view but all here at OC3D agreed its a mighty fine looking...