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NZXT H440 (Black/Red) ATX Mid Tower Case

( 4.7 Average / 98 Ratings )





H440 (Black/Red)

Part #



ATX Mid Tower



Includes Power Supply


Internal 2.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

11.57" (294mm) With Drive Cages
15.98" (406mm) Without Drive Cages


22.05" x 11.18" x 21.89"

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SuperBiiz $118.99 $118.99+
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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


I absolutely love how this case looks, it just falls short in a few other areas.

It's kind of hard to work in, the front masks a lot of the backend which makes it look nice but means putting parts in can be a bit challenging, I had to lean the case at an angle and reach my arm though the back to put in a few parts.

I wish there were more alternative mounts for SSDs and HDDs if you want to put a radiator any bigger than 140mm in push/pull you need to sacrifice all of your standard drive bays which limits you to two SSD mounts on the psu shroud which makes for a tight fit if you space out sli GPUs) and one HDD mount which is like to have cables trailing all over it as it's almost right next to the psu, It's also a pain to install as the lip on the side of the case means you need to bend your sata cables at an angle I wasn't the most comfortable doing.

It is simply gorgeous. And the easiness to install all the power cabling is mind boggling. The color combination also matches my two favorite teams: Flamengo (BR) and Barcelona (ES). An alternative would be the R5 Define.

from completed build RedRanger - First Gaming PC

Case is absolute eye candy however design slightly restricts airflow from front 3x 120mm fans.

from completed build Mid Range Gaming Rig

Love everything about the case, cable management is a breeze :)

from completed build Obsidian Dragon

Just wow. This case is a must have for any mid tower. The looks are so sexy!

from completed build Big Red Tinker Toy

Coolest looking case on the market for around 100 dollars and has several different colors to match any build. highly recommend this to anyone

from completed build The Carnivore

Coolest looking case on the market for around 100 dollars and has several different colors to match any build. highly recommend this to anyone

from completed build THE KILLER

i love the colours and i must say it was sooo easy with the cable managements

Beautiful, love the front panel, and spacious

from completed build Ginja Ninja

This case totally rocks! I love it's simplicity, quality build characteristics and innovation.

Simple- clean lines. PSU cover with compartment for cable management and big window. Flat surfaces on front and side panels for clean aesthetic. Understated vents . Magnetic dust covers. Led light for IO panel. Metal drive trays. Sound dampening foam on inside of panels. pre-installed motherboard standoffs. If you are a novice builder- this is the case for you in terms of a professional and rewarding end-result visually. I just love looking at it.

Gripes: fan hub in back has no voltage regulator, so fans run at full blast unless connected to PWM headers on motherboard. Stock fans are kinda average. No optical drive bay.

Conclusion- Its got way more things going for it than most cases including a distinctive visual appeal, logical case layout and quality build characteristics. A smart buy for the money.