NZXT Hush Midtower Case
Author: Shawn Knight
Editor: Frank Stroupe
Date: 06-22-2007
Provided by: NZXT
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Interior Cont.





I will start at the back of the case and work my way forward. First we have the power supply area. As mentioned before, nothing out of the ordinary here. The HUSH holds a standard sized PSU, and given the fact that there is no internal brace at the top of the case, you could also get away with installing a longer-than-average power supply. Directly under the power supply area is the rear 120mm exhaust fan. Below that are the add-in card slots. NZXT went with reusable slot covers instead of the cheaper break-away covers; good choice. And perhaps the thing I like best about the rear of the case... the slot that is cut to allow your screwdriver full access to the rear slots. Most cases don't take this into consideration, and you often find it pretty difficult to get a screwdriver into place at an angle. Another job well done.





Moving to the front of the case, we can see the four external 5 1/4" bays, two external 3 1/2" bays and five internal 3 1/5" HDD bays. All of the drive bays use a tool-less mounting system that works great. Simply slide your drive into place, then insert the drive clip into the screw holes on your drive and twist the center dial to the lock position and you are set. Also from this angle, you get a closer look at the front 120mm intake fan. NZXT even placed rubber washers between the fan and the chassis to help eliminate fan vibration.

Let's move ahead to hardware installation and testing...


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