NZXT
H710 Midi Tower Gaming Case - Black Tempered Glass

  • Premium case from NZXT in black
  • Tempered glass side window
  • Modular dust filter
  • 3x 120- & 1x 140mm fan pre-installed
  • Drives: 4x 3.5" and 5x 2.5"
 

ETA: 30.09.20

£129.95 *
 
 
 
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Stock Code: CA-1AD-NX

EAN: 5060301694976

MPN: CA-H710B-B1

Manufacturer: NZXT

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H710 Midi Tower Gaming Case - Black Tempered Glass

The NZXT H710 is the successor to the H700. This Midi-Tower offers, like its predecessor, a reserved and attractive design. The tempered glass side panel has had its design improved so that now only a single screw protrudes from the rear of the case. This makes an already clean look just that much cleaner, while also placing the panel itself under less stress. Additionally, NZXT has also updated the front panel with new ports.

The Features of the NZXT H710 Midi-Tower at a Glance:

  • Minimalist case from NZXT in black
  • Three Aer F120- and one Aer F140 fan pre-installed
  • Large side window in tempered glass
  • Space for two 280 mm- or 360 mm radiators
  • Bays for up to five 2,5"- and four 3,5" drives

NZXT H710 Midi-Tower: Perfect for Modding!

NZXT has opted for the tried-and-tested characteristics of earlier revisions in the H710, with its smooth exterior and perfect proportions. External changes are primarily of a practical or convenient nature in design terms: the tempered glass side panel was previously attached to the case via four thumb screws, this time the NZXT H710 manages to keep the side completely plain and unobtrusive with just a single thumbscrew located at the rear of the case. This helps provide a secure fit while also minimising stress and increasing the ease of access when it comes to opening up the case.

Options for Air- and Water Cooling

Those who prefer to opt for traditional air cooling will immediately like the NZXT H710: the front and roof both fit three 120- or two 140 mm fans and the back of the case reserves space for one 120- or 140 mm fan. When it comes to CPU coolers, heights of up to 185 mm are supported. NZXT equips ist Midi-Tower with four in-house-design fans straight from the factory in the form of the Aer series. Three 120 mm models are located in the front and a 140 mm model comes pre-installed in the back to afford users excellent airflow. The front of the case as well as the underside of the PSU include removable dust filters.

NZXT have also put plenty of thought into making the installation of custom watercooling as easy as possible: in the front and roof users will be pleased to note that 280- or 360 mm radiators can be installed. The front reserves 60 mm and the roof 30 mm. The back of the case supports the installation of one 120 mm radiator. The cable cover between the motherboard and the front of the case allows reservoirs and pumps up to 224 mm in height to be installed.

Plenty of Space for Hardware Components

The interior of the NZXT H710 offers plenty of space for the installation of high-end hardware: Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX and ATX motherboards as well as E-ATX motherboards with a width of up to 272 mm are supported. Seven slots for expansion cards are also available with a dedicated GPU of up to 413 mmin length.

As with its predecessors, the NZXT H710 does not allow for external drives. Internally however, users will be pleased to note the large number of drives that can be potentially installed: Beneath the PSU shroud is a modular drive cage. This allows for the installation of up to three 3,5" drives. Next to that, an additional 3,5" hard drive can be installed at the bottom of the case.

Behind the motherboard tray, users have the option of installing two 2,5" drives in parallel. The PSU shroud allows for two further 2,5" drives to be installed with an additional 2,5" drive mounted sideways on the motherboard tray. This allows for the installation of up to four 3,5" drives and five 2,5" drives. To the rear of the motherboard tray lie dedicated rails for cable management. There is also approximately 18 to 22 mm space for concealing troublesome cables when needed.

Technical Details:
  • Dimensions without feet: 230 x 494 x 494 mm (W x H x D)
  • Dimension with feet: 230 x 516 x 494 mm (W x H x D)
  • Material: Steel, tempered glass
  • Weight: 12,1 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Form factor: E-ATX to 272 mm, ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
  • Total possible fans:
    3x 120 mm or 2x 140 mm (front)
    1x 120 mm or 1x 140 mm (rear)
    3x 120 or 2x 140 mm (roof)
  • Pre-installed:
    3x 120 mm Aer F120 (1.200 RPM, 85,66 m³/h, 28 dB(A), front)
    1x 140 mm Aer F140 (1.000 RPM, 117,15 m³/h, 29 dB(A), rear)
  • Filters: Front, bottom
  • Radiator Mountings:
    1x 280 or 1x 360 mm (front)
    1x 280 or 1x 360 mm (top)
    1x 120 mm (rear)
  • Drive Bays:
    4x 3,5" (internal)
    5x 2,5" (internal)
  • PSU: 1x Standard ATX (optional)
  • Expansion slots: 7
  • I/O Panel:
    2x USB 3.0 Type A (USB 3.1 Gen 1, internal connection)
    1x USB 3.1 Type C (USB 3.1 Gen 2, internal connection)
    1x 3,5 mm jack (4-pin, TRRS, Audio-In/Out)
  • Max CPU cooler height: 185 mm
  • Max GPU length: 413 mm
  • Max radiator thickness:
    Front: 60 mm
    Deckel: 30 mm
  • Includes:
    1x NZXT H710
    1x Set mounting screws
    10x Cable binders
    1x Headset adapter (1x 3,5 mm 4-pin to 2x 3,5 mm 3-pin)
  • Manufacturer's guarantee: 2 years
 

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Decent airflow, but noisy and no optical bay.

Aesthetically, it looks pretty nice. I've been a fan of making cases look pleasing since the early 90s (my last case was from the mid-90s and I've only just retired it as a main workstation due to improvements in case air flow).
The big plusses on this case are the good airflow (it's pretty much open via punched holes around each side that lead directly inside the chassis, giving you very little sound protection from inside the case).
The cable routing is excellent, and well laid out, so there's little of the old internal spaghetti that there used to be.
Coupled with a modular PSU, this works well. With a standard non-modular, there's an awful lot of clutter (not advised to get a non-modular PSU for this).
The capacity for internal drives is also quite spectacular, with just about every internal surface having an attachment for a 3.25" drive, including the other side of the base plate!

The down tide to this is that it's a large case, with no optical bay. This is something that not only irks me about the current minimalist trend in cases, I consider it a huge case of form over function. That optical bay was incredibly useful; I now have a £100+ BluRay that's unusable, and the only way round this is an external USB one.
I'd have happily paid extra to have a moveable flush face plate that exposed the bays, and I'd even be happy with an option to have an installable internal scaffold to hold the optical/expansion bay. But not having that option still rankles, thus the drop in marks.
It's still a solid performer, and if you like understated but pleasing aesthetics (I do, along with most who'll be reading this), then it's decent for the money, as long as the mentioned caveats don't dissuade you.

Rich James 2020-09-16
 

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