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NZXT - Noctis 450 ATX Mid Tower Case

( 4.7 Average / 14 Ratings )





Noctis 450

Part #



White / Blue


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

305 mm / 12.008" With Drive Cages
406 mm / 15.984" Without Drive Cages

Completed Builds Using This Part

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NZXT $79.99 +$14.99 s/h Out of stock $94.98
Amazon $160.00 +FREE s/h In stock $160.00
( 2 new from $157.35, 1 used from $129.99. Last updated 29 minutes ago. )
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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


Klifster 36 points 47 months ago
from completed build Machination

Though a little pricy, it was well worth it having 4 fans pre-installed, a PWM hub (works via voltage regulation), LED lights underneath, glowing NZXT logo for the PSU bay, and much space for radiators above. The casing also features a sleek design that many straight-line-loving individuals would like.

Snuggleicious 22 points 44 months ago
from completed build Nemesis (First Build)

Looks good. Great airflow. Good temps. Did i mention it looks good? Also has plenty of cable management choices.

zpconn 43 points 43 months ago
from completed build White/Black NZXT Noctis 450 Build

Incredible, sleek case that strikes the right balance between minimalism and boldness.

Building in it was a bit harder than I expected. The power supply shroud means that there is almost ZERO clearance below the motherboard, so I had a lot of difficulty mounting the motherboard initially. But the result was worth the effort.

MonstaComputers 7 points 40 months ago
from completed build Sexy Skylake MMO Streaming rig

Great case with a nice spot at the back fir cable management, lots of rad support though not ideal for custom loops. Cpu closed loop coolers can only be installed one way without removal of top 3.5" caddys. Good built in leds and fan controller, though they can pop out the molex easily, should implement the light wiring better.

Swaaha 29 points 38 months ago
from completed build Singularity Core

Well, the interior is exactly the same as the H440, without the noise dampening... To be honest H440 wins every comparable aspect. If you are not a materialistic shallow human being like I am, grab a H440.

I'm ok with sitting next to a helicopter, when the helicopter itself looks dank, hence I gave it 5 stars in my review :3~ You know that they say, Bold is Back...

The_Confused_first_timer 21 points 37 months ago

Oh My God This case is FANTASTIC! Great cable management, good build quality, and the blue LEDs give great accent to any blue and white build. Great airflow with a useful fan controller, and FOUR preinstalled fans. Wonderful quality from NZXT as always. 11/10

dcarter95 25 points 37 months ago

Oh my this case is a delight! Initially wanted to go down the H440 route due to minimalist design and sound dampening, but the lack of air intake and output vents really put me off. This case found the perfect balance between functionality and aesthetic, looking like a hybrid H440/Phantom.

Internally this case is just a H440 minus the sound dampening on the panels, but comes with the outstanding cable management options, stealth drive bays and PSU cover, PWM splitter, plus some sexy built in LEDs. Built in fans are a nice touch. Everything about this case with well thought out, with much improved ventilation over the H440 and a clean look.

Kirstenly 13 points 36 months ago
from completed build My Precious Stormtrooper

The case is perfect. some people complained about its cable management space, but I really loved it and there was more than enough space to carefully route the wires and cables into an attractive and functional arrangement with room to spare. It isn't a quiet case, but it has more airflow than one would know what to do with. I would like to upgrade to water-cooling at some point, and outfit the interior of the case with numerous LEDs to give it either an ocean waves or deep space nebula sort of look.

The only issue I had with the case was the over-tightened thumb screws, I had to get my roommate to help me get some of them off, and it required both of us moving the case and screwdriver at the same time in opposite directions. Otherwise would 100% recommend the Noctis 450.

GoodGamingPC 34 points 36 months ago

Looks pretty awesome and packed full of NZXT features like the awesome fan hub on the pack, I really like the underglow.

VerdixLegacy 23 points 33 months ago
from completed build FTW Legacy

Easy to work in, great cable management, 4 fans with pc shroud and magnetic dust filters. Dream to work with and worth the premium price.