NZXT Classic Series H2 Silent PC Case Review

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Inside the NZXT H2

NZXT H2 Silent Mid Tower

Pulling the side panel off the H2 has plenty of room.

NZXT H2 Silent Mid Tower

The side panels of the H2 have more sound insulation covering almost the entire inside of the panel.

NZXT H2 Silent Mid Tower

The sound insulation is foam based so the panel remains light weight. This is nice as I have seen some cases with a hard plastic as the insulation that added a lot of weight to the case.

NZXT H2 Silent Mid Tower

The 5.25″ bays are tool less, but NZXT also includes thumbscrews to lock the device to the case more securely if the end user so chooses. Below the 5.25″ drives are the hard drive bays. There are eight bays in total, and each bay can accommodate either 2.5″ or 3.5″ hard drives. The drives are accessible from the front of the case.

NZXT H2 Silent Mid Tower

By removing the fans from the font of the case the drive trays can be slid out the front.

NZXT H2 Silent Mid Tower

Each tray has rubber isolated pins for attaching 3.5″ drives tool-lessly; 2.5″ drives need to be attached with provided screws.

NZXT H2 Silent Mid Tower

Each of the fans on the front of the H2 sits in a housing that mounts the fan to the case and also provides power to the fan via what NZXT calls Touch Power.

NZXT H2 Silent Mid Tower

The housing accepts any standard 120mm fan with a 3 pin power connector. The fan plugs into a PCB on the fan housing.

NZXT H2 Silent Mid Tower

This then touches contacts on the case that are in turn powered by the case fan controller.

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