NZXT today announced three new chassis to give life to the H Series family, made up of the NZXT H700i, NZXT H400i and NZXT H200i. All of them share a goal to integrate high-performance hardware with RGB lightning. These new chassis come with some NZXT Aer F120 fans, a fan controller and RGB lighting strip. 

All these chassis will be available in a variety of colors: white / black, black / red, black / black, and black / blue.

With dimensions of 230 x 494 x 494 mm, we find a chassis made of steel with a tempered glass window where you can install an ATX motherboard, Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX to accompany with several graphics cards up to 410 mm in length, a CPU heatsink of up to 185 mm in length and a space of 18-22 mm for cable management.

The information of NZXT H700i completed with front space for 3x / 2 120/140 mm fans (3x Aer F120 pre-installed @ 1200 RPM / 50.43 CFM / 28 dBA), one 120/140 mm rear (1x Aer F140 pre-installed @ 1000 RPM / 68.95 CFM / 29 dBA), and 3x / 2x 120/140 mm at the top. This new chassis features two 3.5 “internal, seven 2.5” bays, 1x RGB LED strip, and an I / O panel with two USB 3.1 Gen1, two USB 2.0, and a 3 channel fan controller (up to 10W per output). NZXT H700i will go on sale at a price of $199.90 this month.

NZXT H400i (Micro-ATX)

Here we have a 210 x 471 x 421 mm chassis with 4x 2.5 “bays, a 3.5”, support graphics card up to 325 mm in length, a CPU heatsink of up to 165 mm, 16.3 mm space for cable management, space for two 120/140 mm front fans, one 120 mm top fan (included) and one 120 mm rear (included). The rest of the specifications are maintained, such as steel chassis, tempered glass, etc., being the last difference in offering only the two USB 3.1 keeping the fan controller and RGB LED strip. Its price is $149.90 and it will go on sale in in mid-November.

NZXT H200i (Mini-ITX)

NZXT H200i is a more compact model with dimensions of 210 x 349 x 382 mm. Regarding the previous model, everything is maintained (tempered-glass window, USB ports, fan RPM controller, RGB LED strip and fans). The differences are to be able to install a single GPU of up to 325 mm in length, support heatsink up to 165 mm, four bays 2.5 “along with a 3.5”. It will go on sale at the end of this year for $129.90.

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