NZXT H700i Chassis review (updated)

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NZXT H700i ATX PC Case

We review the NZXT H700i Mid Tower review  PC chassis. A nice design chassis with tempered glass and RGB LED lighting + CAM control unit and refined features with the ability to hide your components inside the chassis. NZXT has been around for years, building an ongoing reputation with mostly their controversial chassis designs. It all really started with the Guardian chassis years ago and have ever since put numerous chassis designs out on the market. Rising from the ashes of their crafted series is the Phantom 630 full tower chassis, absolutely impressive in many ways as the design is simply great, the features are grand and then the extras still need to kick in. What about a digital fan controller connected to a plethora of pre-equipped fans? 

We have a changing enthusiast PC landscape with features like backplate cut-outs, many water cooling options and alongside the wide RGB hype, RGB fans, strips, and controllers.

The new H700i is an advanced series from NZXT, it's a mid-tower with very nice looks, spiffy RGB LED and fan control through a CAM controller. With a new tempered glass side panel, and LED accent lighting the chassis is impressive. The chassis is available as we speak in several color designs. NZXT combined HUE+ and GRID+ digital controllers, an all-new Smart Controller Device is built into the H700. Three fan channels support up to 10 watts of power delivery per channel and the lighting port connects to two fully-integrated RGB LED strips with room to expand to two more. There is proper space for storage as well, you can house three (quick-release) 2.5” SSD trays positioned on power supply shroud and two steel trays behind the motherboard tray. A regular tray (hidden) can hold two HDDs.

The NZXT H700i will be offered in several color combos, like Black Black, White Black, Black Blue and Black Red. It is a mid-tower chassis with plenty of room for just about anything you'd like to install in there including EATX motherboards (up to 272mm or 10.7-inches).  At a price of 199 USD, the H700 is available now. But hey, let's move onwards into the review.



A small warning, NZXT shipped out a white edition of the chassis, and although that is absolutely gorgeous to see, it's also a pain in the proverbial you know what to photograph in our tidy white photo studio. So I'll start by saying that the photos won't do the chassis any real justice. But have a peek anyway, head on over to the next page where we'll start up the review.

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