NZXT H400i pictured in detail

Very clean looking

A few weeks ago, NZXT announced its brand new H series line of cases equipped with RGB lighting and Aer F fans. The H series has a chassis that should meet the need of each gamer, from the mid-tower up to the mini-tower. The new lineup includes: the H700i, the H400i and the H200i. We have received the medium size H400i and we have done some nice pictures. If you are curious, in the afternoon you will find our review too.


The H400i measures 417 x 210 x 421mm and classifies as a mid-tower. The case share a simple design and the chassis is made from solid steel. In order to keep the case silent, both side panels don't show any intakes. On the inside there is space for micro-ATX or mini-ITX motherboards. Cooling wise there is space for one big radiator (280mm) that can be mounted in the front. In addition there is enough space for high-end tower coolers, which can measure up to 165mm in height.

The internal layout is overall simple and straightforward, you can install up to one HDD and three SSDs. On the top of the case, there are two USB 3.1 Gen1 ports, as well as standard HD audio jacks, alongside power and reset switches. On following you can find some pictures.

  • H400i
  • H400i
  • H400i
  • H400i



Source: Gallery

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini


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