PC Cases / Accessories

NZXT H230 Computer Case Review

Article Pages: Page 2 »

NZXT-H230-Computer-CaseAre you tired of the case you have or you are looking to build up a new system and all you can find are black cases, well look again. The NZXT H230 White Mid Tower Case might be what you are looking for. With an all white exterior and interior; toss in some chrome and black highlights and you have rather striking case that does not hurt your budget.

Review Sample Provided by: NZXT
Product Name/Link to Website: H230
Product was given in exchange for work done to produce this review.


First Look at the NZXT H230 Mid Tower Case

NZXT H230 Computer Case Shipping Box

Packaged in a basic cardboard box that displays some black and grey images and details about the H230 case NZXT shows you about the classic design, sound damping padding, front panel buttons and that a hard drive cage can be moved. Also shown on the box is the same information listed the in the Spec Sheet below. The case is protected like any other case manufactures does with two Styrofoam caps at the top and bottom and plastic bag to prevent scratches while being shipped.

Tech Spec.

SizeMid Tower
Model NumberCA-H230I-W1 White
CA-H230I-B1 Black
Drive BaysExternal 5.25″ x 3
Internal 3.5″ /2.5″: 6
Cooling SystemFront 2 x 120mm (One Included)
Rear 1 x 120mm (Included)
Bottom 1 x 120mm
ClearanceCPU Cooler 158mm
VGA Card 400w/o HDD Cage
290mm with HDD Cage
Cable Management 14mm
Dimensions195mm (W) x 447mm (H) x 502mm (D)
MaterialSteel, Plastic
Motherboard SupportATX, MICRO-ATX, MINI-ITX
Expansion Slots7
External Electronics1 x Audio/Mic
2 x USB 3.0
Product Weight7.25 kg
Warranty2 Years


All the normal stuff needed to install your hardware is included inside the case in a cardboard box.

Article Pages: Page 2 »
1 2 3 4 5Next page

Dewayne Carel

Dewyane began in the case modding scene when it was just starting out many years ago. Shortly after that, he started Modders-Inc to help others learn how to create and have fun with PC case mods. He has created works for the likes of Bethesda, Cooler Master, ASUS, CPU Magazine, Razer, Zotac and more.

One Comment

  1. For low-mid end it seems alright, but I would never put high-end gear in that due to heat constraints, especially if relying on cpu water cooler hybrids while the rest is cooled by fans.

Got something to say, then say it!

Back to top button