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NZXT rolls out the H440 Hyper Beast Limited Edition chassis


NZXT has announced the H440 Hyper Beast Limited Edition mid-tower case, an exclusive version of its classic H440. The limited edition case is produced in a one-tine production of 1,337 units, each with a uniquely numbered limited edition metal badge.

The H440 Hyper Beast Limited Edition case has been designed in collaboration with Brock Hofer, the graphic artist behind Hyper Beast. It features a doorless, ODD-free front panel, which has been made entirely of steel. To showcase all your expensive components inside the case, you get a full-view window.

In terms of cooling, the H440 Hyper Beast Limited Edition case supports both 120mm as well 140mm fans. The steep top and front panels come Kraken-ready and can accommodate radiators up to 360mm in size. An integrated 8-port PWM fan hub is included as well, which converts motherboard’s PWM signals into voltage regulation for case fans, keeping the system silent under low load. For effortless cable management, the case comes with an integrated power supply shroud that helps completely conceal cables and is claimed to increase cable management space by up to 80%.

The case comes with a total of 7 expansion slots, 11 3.5” internal drive bays, 8 2.5” internal drive bays, 1 Audio/Mic port, 2 USB 2.0 ports, and 2 USB 3.0 ports. It can accommodate VGA cards up to 294mm in length (428mm without HDD cage) and CPU coolers up to 180mm tall.

Backed by a 2-year warranty, the NZXT H440 Hyper Beast Limited Edition is now available on sale in the US for $199.99. In Europe, the case will be available starting early December for 199.90 EUR. No word on when or if this case will be available in Singapore.

Via: TechPowerUp

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