NZXT H400i Review

Published by Luca Rocchi on 14.05.18
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With the H-series, NZXT offers three new cases. Today we are going to review the H400i which features a compact form factor as well as space for high-end components. Despite its small dimensions, there is actually enough space for a 280mm radiator. There is also a separate compartment for the power supply allowing for very clean looking builds as well as a left side panel that's been made from tempered glass.

A few months ago, NZXT announced its brand new H series line of cases equipped with RGB lighting and Aer F fans. The H series has a chassis that should meet the need of each gamer, from the mid-tower up to the mini-tower. The new lineup includes: the H700i, the H400i and the H200i. Before we talk about each model, we have to say that there are several common points in these chassis. For example they are all equipped with tempered glass side panels, power supply cover and water cooling support. Furthermore they are available in matte black or white with red, black, and blue accents.

The H700i mid-tower chassis comes with seven expansion slots and supports up to E-ATX motherboards. Storage wise you can install up to seven 2.5" SSDs and three 3.5" HDDs. In addition there is enough space for graphics cards up to 413mm in length and CPU coolers as tall as 185mm. The H700i can accommodate up to total of seven 120mm fans and radiators up to 360mm. This chassis comes with three Aer F120 intake fans and a single Aer F120 exhaust fan.

The H400i is a still a mid-tower chassis but compatible with micro-ATX motherboards and it's equipped with four expansion slots. The H400i is compatible with four 2.5" SSDs and a single 3.5" hard drive. This chassis can be outfitted with graphics cards up to 411mm in length and CPU coolers as tall as 164mm. There are mounting locations for up to five 120mm fans and radiators up to 280mm. NZXT includes inside the H400i case a two Aer F120 intake fans and a single 120mm exhaust fan.

Last but not least we have the H200i case. As you might expect, this chassis supports mini-ITX motherboards and sports two expansion slots. Despite its small size, the H200i has the same storage options than the larger H400i. Despite its size, CPU coolers as tall as 165mm can be installed in this case. Cooling wise, there are mounting locations for four 120mm fans and up to 240mm radiators. Inside the H200i you will find two Aer F120 fans.

Page 1 - Introduction Page 5 - Installation
Page 2 - Preview Page 6 - Ventilation options
Page 3 - Features Page 7 - Temperatures
Page 4 - Product overview Page 8 - Conclusion

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