NZXT Hush Midtower Case
Author: Shawn Knight
Editor: Frank Stroupe
Date: 06-22-2007
Provided by: NZXT
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First Look





True to the Classic Series name, the HUSH is a pretty "basic" looking case. The front bezel of the case is plastic with brushed aluminum accents, while the rest of the chassis consists of steel and aluminum. The exterior of the case panels are painted black with a high gloss finish. Directly behind the front bezel is a 120mm blue LED intake fan. This fan really only draws in about half as much air as it is capable of, thanks to the unique angled design of the front door.

Moving to the back of the case, we can see that the left side panel is held in place with thumb screws while the right panel uses regular screws. The second 120mm fan is positioned at the rear of the case to expel warm air from within. This is a "normal" fan - no clear blades or blue LEDs. A full size power supply fits at the top. One thing to note - no I/O shield is included. This is good, because the default ones that come with most cases never seem to fit any motherboards I have.





And here we are back at the front of the case. The right side of the bezel houses the front I/O ports - two USB, Firewire and audio. We also get a better look at the front door, which covers four 5 1/4" external bays and two 3 1/2" external bays. The power and reset buttons, along with power and HDD activity lights are all accessible with the door closed. More ahead as we look under the bezel and make our way inside the case...


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