The H2 isn’t the first silent chassis that NZXT has built, but I’m still quite impressed with the results. The case was very quiet, even when having the fans on 100% power. While airflow isn’t the greatest in a case like this, it really isn’t designed to keep your components at their coolest. NZXT has done a great job in countering the silent for cooling, by integrating as many components which can have a dual benefit for both cooling and silence.
I really enjoy some of the features NZXT has added to the H2, like the top panel covers, hot swappable hard drive, and easy to remove components. This case has a lot going for it for being a silent case. It can be found online anywhere from $90 on up to $120, depending on where you look, which seems pretty reasonable for a silent case of this quality. Overall ThinkComputers would like to award the NZXT H2 Silent Midtower Chassis a 9 out of 10 score and our Editors Choice Award.
- 25mm of room behind motherboard for cable management
- Easy to install/remove most components
- Case can become very hot during gaming