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NZXT H440 Review – Conclusion
As far as design goes, sue to the previously mentioned LEDs and finish the case already looks good. The hexagonal mesh areas are better than circular and little touches such as the Razer green USB ports look nice too. Drives can be installed quickly and easily with plenty of scope for large storage configurations and we like the flexibility as far as longer GPUs goes. It wouldn’t have hurt to add a couple of centimeters of length to the case so as to support slightly larger boards that enthusiast gamers (and Razer fans) might opt for but there are plenty of decent ATX boards around. As a small tweak, NZXT could have added rubber covers to all wiring holes, rather than just the main ones… and we have seen some unique slimline optical bay options used on competitor models so maybe NZXT could have been a little more inventive on that front.
For the build process, we encountered no issues. There is plenty of room to fit in the motherboard, easy access to drives and the PSU cover causes no problems. Just slide in the PSU, screw it in place and route the wires from the back side of the motherboard trays. The NZXT fans used are fairly low noise which is good and there are plenty of cooling options for air or liquid solutions.
As far as value goes, the four case fans add some value, the finish and build quality are premium level and warranty is two years. So with a retail price of £130 and all of the above considered, the NZXT H440 Razer Special Edition wins our recommended award.