The features of the H630 blend perfectly with the design, creating a sense of minimalism and balance. The front of the chassis is flat, void of any drastic changes on the surface. The accented cutout on the top front of the chassis creates the asymmetry that minimalistic designs need.
Screwed in from the inside, the front external bay doors are very unobtrusive. An LED indicator sits on the top right of the front. Lastly, a simple, but striking, engraving of the NZXT logo is positioned proudly as the sole resident of the bottom of the front panel.
The power switch and external peripheral inputs are located on the port side of the chassis, towards the top front. Audio jacks, USB 2.0/3.0 slots are spaced out graciously. One thing to note about the H630 is that it comes with an integrated SD card reader. Such a simple addition will eliminate a lot of foreseeable annoyances with an external card reader.
Streamlined in the same vertical space, the inputs are strips of vents, arranged as small rectangles in 2 long lines. While aesthetically beautiful, there could potentially be some minor irks in cleaning them in the future. The same could be said for similar vents placed around the chassis.
The starboard side of the chassis is simple and to the point. The slim styled vent running along the top of the chassis originate from the accented cutaway on the front of the case. Below the strip of vents, the second portion is the main removable panel.
The SSD mounts are strategically placed behind the motherboard. This could potentially allow all hard drive bays to be removed.
The back panel of the H630 has a very standard layout.
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