At the top side we spot quite a few things, so let's zoom in a little and focus on that area.
At the other side on top, we can see a power and reset button. The rest of the frontpanel connectors however, have been tucked away in the black segment.
Here we can see that a little better, 1 x Audio/Mic 2 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.0. Then an SD Card Reader with SDHC & SDXC Support and I/O Panel LED On/Off.
At the rear one 140mm fan located under the cover. There is space to mount another fan or hey .. your liquid cooling solution of course. NZXT prepped screw holes for your radiators, ensuring great compatibility with most sizes of radiators and fans, even including 240mm, 280mm and 360mm radiators in both top and front positions.
At the top you can see how the chassis vents hot air, a thin mesh just under the hood is present. BTW your components will be enclosed in steel everywhere. We got impressed looking at the backside. At the rear of the H630 we see openings for the I/O panel, power supply and nine expansion slots. Let me show you that a tad better though.
Nearby to the I/O panel opening is a 140 mm exhaust fan (which can be moved upwards and downwards). There are 120mm and 140mm mounts here. Fairly identical to most modern enthusiast cases, the power supply is located at the bottom compartment. That top rear fan BTW is movable, so you can position it just right for optimal cooling conditions.
NZXT H series H630 review We review the NZXT H series H630 Full tower PC chassis. The H630 is considered a high-end yet silent case offing a combo of features combined with a snazzy design. Add low acoustics and a great build quality and you summed it up.