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Mini ITX Tower
White / Black
Side Panel Window
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
Motherboard Form Factor
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
325 mm / 12.795"
- 372 mm x 210 mm x 349 mm
- 14.646" x 8.268" x 13.74"
Internal 2.5" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 27.264 L
- 0.963 ft³
- 223 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build Quiet White
Looks good and extremely clean to build in. I really love the white..
- 64 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build AMD Ryzen 5 2600 Mini ITX Workstation
My must-haves when looking for a case for my build was to be as small as possible while aesthetically pleasing. After looking at completed builds here, I noticed the H200i series and fell in love. I knew I had to have it, disregarding the cost of it.
I have to say building a PC with an ITX case can be difficult. As you can see from the pictures, space is very limited which makes causes some frustration. But in the end it was all so worth it.
The CAM software isn't so terrible but I REALLY dislike that they recommend you register with them. There is a guest mode which is what I used but it still sends data over to them. I wouldn't mind if they have it as an option to disable this but there isn't any option to do so. So I decided to run my case fans off the motherboard. Luckily once you configure your RGB LED strip you no longer need to have the software running again unless you decide to change the RGB LED configurations. However if you choose to use the smart device to control your system fans, you will need to have the software running at all times.
- Aesthetically pleasing! I love the tempered glass and color scheme of this case.
- Excellent airflow considering the size of this case.
- RGB LED Strip installed in excellent position
- Cable management made easy (rather easier) considering the size of this case
- Build quality is excellent - does not feel cheap at all
- Smart Device acting as a fan hub. This is much needed in a itx case as you may run out of fan headers from the motherboard.
- CAM Software
- 29 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build JARVIS - Silent, dual AIO, ITX build
Great looking and functional case with plenty of cable management tools. The cam software is ok. I use the case's fan controller to control all fans including those on the CPU/GPU radiator.
- 26 points
- 24 months ago
from completed build Vanilla Thunder
I was originally planning to go with the Fractal Design Nano S, however considering that the Nano S is a little old, and the looks didn't totally convince me I decided to spend a little more to get this beauty. Really good case, and has good airflow options, along with an included RGB led strip, a smart device (that does not have a very optimized software, but after a little tinkering it can be quite useful) that lets you plug up to three fans, a fan splitter that lets you connect up to three fans to one header, and finally two AER 120mm case fans that work very nicely and are pretty quiet.
- 21 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build White Lightning Jr
I absolutely love this case - it looks absolutely stunning and is about as easy to build in as mITX can be. Cable management is a dream, the 2 provided case fans work great, it runs quiet and is so easy to hook up. All in all, it's an amazing case. I've docked a star because of the god-awful CAM software that's required to manage the supplied fan / LED controller. If you're looking at the H200i, I'd advise careful consideration of the H200 without the "Smart Device" and LEDs, and just hook up your own controller or use MB headers.
- 17 points
- 22 months ago
from completed build Blue Glacier White | ITX Build | 2nd Build
Very clean looking case with awesome cable management on the side. Hides the cables very well and also has enough room for pretty much all the things I needed.
- 16 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build White Knight - SILENT AMD gaming/trading machine
Fantastic case for a first-time builder - easy cable management, love the CAM software (unsure why so much hate). Sure it is a little buggy, but can be easily debugged via reinstalling the usb device on device manager. Trust me, this is not a big deal compared to what others have.
If anything, I would very much appreciate if NZXT could add a diffuser to the LED strips: it can look a little tacky at certain angles because the reflections can show the individual LED bulbs.
- 15 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build Tiny Horse
Great case, looks like NZXT has improved their CAM software (though it still won't read my CPU temperatures, but since this CPU is less than a couple of weeks old at the time of purchase, I'm giving them some time to update the software).
One thing I'd highly recommend - If you're getting a small form factor PSU (which you should because a full-size PSU would completely block the bottom intake needed for good airflow), buy extension cable for at least the motherboard and CPU power connector. I bought 1 EVGA PSU which I had to return because it was faulty, and another Corsair one. Both had cables that were too short to reach the motherboard no matter what I tried.
- 14 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build i9 9900k - 2070 - Workstation
This case is awesome. I love all the extra little features like the led strip and fan controller. I would recommend using a sfx power supply if you are using a dedicated gpu. I had a rm850x in here before and there was not enough air flow for my gpu. Now that I switched to sfx, cpu and gpu temps never rise above 65c
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- Intel Core i5-8600K
- GeForce GTX 1080
- Intel Core i5-8400 (@3.9GHz)
- GeForce GTX 1050
- Intel Core i9-9900K
- GeForce RTX 2080 Ti