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Pros: Worked right out of the box on Windows 10.
Plug and play, windows installed the 10/17/15 Driver and all was peachy.
Range is EXCELLENT, I was more than 50ft away from my PC before losing signal.
Other Thoughts: Could Microsoft provide drivers for W7/W8.1 Users? Yes, but they dont have to and know this will drive upgrades.
Love it or hate it, works great for what it is.
Pros: Build Quality - This case is the heaviest Mid Tower I have ever owned. Solid steel construction. The color white they have used is extremely pure. No yellow hint anywhere. The rubber grommets wont fall out easily (Like they did on my Phantom 410).
Fan Filters - They catch about everything except for the finest dust particles. They feel like they are very well made.
SSD Trays - I personally like the placement, and I know some dont. Make sure your PSU has a straight SATA Connector on the end or you may have to angle the tray up slightly to avoid putting to much strain on the connector.
Water Cooling Support - While Water Cooling is not my thing personally, This case can support most everything on the market pretty well from what I have seen.
Cons: Front Panel Audio Connectors -
I know a lot of audio enthusiasts will dare not use these, but the amount of cross talk between the Microphone and Headset jacks is absolutely unacceptable. The person on the other end can hear everything that is being sent through the front headphone connector. Plugging in through the rear IO or another PC's front audio inputs doesn't have this issue. I've owned extremely cheap audio equipment that has never had this problem.
My temps across everything has rose around 4C since using this case. Might want to take this into account if you overclock. Everything in my system is cooled with air, So I didn't expect to be blow away
NZXT Customer Support - Please read
The Original H440 had an issue with the LED in the PSU shroud going out prematurely. NZXT has claimed that they fixed this issue, But I was sent one the revisions that has said issue. Simply submit a ticket and they will sort it out for you...... My case also shipped without motherboard screws. NONE! ZERO!
I have had a ticket open with NZXT Support now for 18 days and have yet to be sent a replacement LED and Motherboard screws. They have not even provided a tracking number so that tells me they have yet to ship anything.
I was hesitate about posting a review about this case until these issues were solved but I think 18 days is MORE THAN ENOUGH time.
I doubt Ill be buying an NZXT product again. And this is coming from a loyal customer.
Other Thoughts: This case is made extremely well. But NZXT needs to step up their game when it comes to the electronics included in this case and their customer support. I want to know a company will back their products, and If they wont, then I will be taking my business elsewhere.
If you don't have to deal with customer support, then I would give this review a 4-5 eggs
Now Im just waiting to see if the included fan hub goes out in a months time........
Pros: - Great Temps. I average about 69C at full load for about 5 hours. (Mind you my case is a bit cramp and doesnt have the best ventilation)
- I can Run DX11??! My old card (550TI) failed at running DX11 features on any game. This card can without a significant impact on performance.
- Very Quiet
Cons: - Lack of anti dust tech
-192Bit Memory Interface (Would have been willing to pay a few extra bucks for a 256)
Other Thoughts: Very good card. Def worth the upgrade. Was a breeze to install and I will be coming back to MSI when I buy a new oneREAD FULL REVIEW