Behind the front door we can see the front intake fans and the 5.25″ bays. The inside of the door is covered with a layer of sound insulation. The door is held shut with two large magnets.
The 5.25” bay covers are removed from the outside by using the latch on the right.
Below are the front intake fans. The fans are held in place by a housing that clips into the front of the case. More on how this works in the next section.
At the very bottom of the front the case is raised such that air can be pulled in from the bottom and through the space between the door and case body.
The sides of the H2 are blank. There are no side windows or side vents, not even a logo. This is nice to me as it keeps a clean look and is also a blank canvas if one would want to paint something on the case.
Moving around to the back of the case we can see the rear exhaust fan, expansion slot covers and PSU mounting area. The USB3 cable has also been run to the back of the case already.
At the bottom is a removable dust filter for the power supply and lower intake fan.
Looking at the bottom of the case both the PSU mounting area and the center bottom 120mm intake fan are completely covered with the filter.
With the filter out of the way we can see the filter also has anti-vibration strips between it and the case. There are also several soft rubber case feet around the perimeter of the case.