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ATX Mid Tower
Side Panel Window
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
- USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C
- USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
Motherboard Form Factor
- Micro ATX
- Mini ITX
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
413 mm / 16.26"
Internal 2.5" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 28 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build [First Build] The White Steel Legend
Extremely solid case. I went with the newer version just because. Stuff I like about the new version is how the glass panel is only held up by 1 screw, aesthetically it is more minimalistic at the front so I like that. The H710 also has a USB Type-C header (I'm ascending from a MacBook) so I can easily connect it if I need to. I know it's $170 for a case that has no RGB, but it's still an extremely well built case. Cable management is flawless, there are many velcro straps/tiedowns. I really did find this worth my money.
- 15 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build M̷͔̂O̷̯̰̐O̴̤͗̈́N̵̫͊̓.̷̟̏̓E̴̻͗̒Ṛ̵͝Ṟ̶̂O̷͓̽Ṟ̵̟̀̅
Completely painless to build in. The only problem I had was with routing some crazy flat PSU cables... but that was more of the fault of the PSU cables and not the case.
It was this or the Phanteks ECLIPSE P600S, and the NZXT went on sale first.
Looks great and has a fairly unique internal style. Good front i/o solution - no cables to disconnect when pulling off the front or top covers. A very good trade-off of airflow and acoustics. Not the best at either, but good enough to get above average of both on most charts.
- 9 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Project: Paradise
Solid case with solid cable management and airflow. I like how the glass panel can easily be taken off or put back on with just one thumbscrew. Build quality is great and there is plenty of room inside the case for your hardware. Aesthetics are always a thing for me especially the case and this has a minimalistic look which I like. I would recommend mounting a 360mm AIO in the front because this case is perfects for it. I think the case has great value for the features it gives you. Definitely worth it and I recommend this case to anyone looking to build in it.
- 6 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Under $2k build - 2019
The case is very solid and has plenty of room inside, but the instructions are downright awful. It comes with plenty of hardware (screws and bits) but you are on your own figuring out what is used where. The top removable/reversible radiator mount is also a bit confusing to mount correctly. The tiny diagram in the manual is terrible. Looks great when completed though and has good airflow with the stock fans.
- 6 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Silver black and white gaming pc build
The only reason for the 4 star is that the back panel doesnt have a lot of room and is hard to close once you get alll your cables back there it has even popped off a few times because of the pressure, maybe if my cable management was good it wouldnt be a problem lol. Another downside was the white bracket thing they put for aesthetics and routing cables behind like an aio. It looks nice but it literally impossible to unscrew and take out. Like it is literally impossible to remove it and so to route my aio behind it i had to take the aio pump off of my mobo and kinda squeeze it behind the bracket and then put it back on my mobo. The very front panel like not the glass but the white thing is also very hard to pull off, same thing with the top one. Other than that building in this case was super easy and there was plenty of space for everything and it looks so nice. It is also very nice how the glass panel only takes one screw and actually pops in with a gromet u really dont even need the screw and personally i dont have the screw in because the threading is kinda messed up and i cant even really screw it back in unless i use a screwdriver. But the glass panel is really convenient because i take the panel off a lot to tinker with some cables if i see them sticking out, its much better than taking off 4 screws every time and screwing them back everytime which gets really really old.
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