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Scan code: LN38808 Manufacturer code: H2-001-BK

NZXT H2-001-BK Hush 2 H2 Silent Mid Tower Case with HDD/SSD Hotswap Dock USB 3.0 3x12cm Fans No PSU

NZXT Hush 2 H2 Black Mid Tower Silent Case with Fan Controller & 3x120mm Fans Hotswap HDD Dock w/o PSU

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Scan code: LN38808 Manufacturer code: H2-001-BK
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Product Overview NOISE – chaotic wavelengths that distract, distort, impede, confuse, and endanger the gamer during a life and death situation. If you are a professional gamer, avoid it at all cost.

Intelligently constructed to give you peace of mind, NZXT’s H2 Classic Series Silent Midi tower Chassis minimizes extraneous hums, clicks, whirls of your system to enhance your concentration, accuracy, and deadliness. Features Touch powered fans with fan filter for easy maintenance and fan swapping
•30W 3-step fan control for airflow settings at 40%, 70%, and 100% of maximum fan speed
•Top hot swap capable SATA HDD Dock (requires an AHCI capable motherboard and hot swappable HDD) and USB 3.0 port for the most up to date function
•8 Front facing HDDs for optimal airflow
•Noise dampening foam and a top magnetic fan cover for minimal PC noise
•Ample 25mm space behind motherboard for cable management
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
MV machines
Telephone:
0871 8550 999
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