If there has been one product that I always make sure I have when I am doing a new build it is the NZXT Internal USB Hub. These days most motherboards offer two internal USB 2.0 headers, which might be enough for some, but is likely not enough. Typically you need at least one header for your front USB 2.0 ports (if there are just two) and another for an RGB controller or an AiO or something else. Most of the time you end up not having enough headers. That is where the NZXT Internal USB Hub comes in, it takes one USB header and turns it into four! It also gives you a central place to plug in all of your USB headers. Today we are taking a look at NZXT latest iteration (Gen 3) of the Internal USB Hub.
– 4 internal USB 2.0 ports and 1 port for connection to motherboard
– Works great with any PC and easily tucked away
– SATA power connection provides a stable power source
– User-friendly installation with magnetic body and 3M dual lock tapes
The Internal USB Hub comes in a pretty simple box from NZXT. On the front we have a picture of the hub itself as well as a little bit of information.
Flipping over to the back there is a full list of specifications.
Getting everything out of the box we have the Internal USB Hub, SATA power cable, braided internal USB header cable, extra velcro cable tie, 3M dual lock tape, and a user’s guide.