Not everything needs a highly perforated front panel. Most that do well, though, still have a mesh panel somewhere. NZXT wants to prove that isn’t necessary if using enough fans.
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NZXT H710 on Amazon: https://geni.us/8AX3y
NZXT H700 on Amazon: https://geni.us/9mOvmF
The NZXT H710 case has been bouncing around in price a lot lately, and has continued to do so even after filming this review. Either way, it’s a refresh of the existing NZXT H700 — which we reviewed relatively positively — and isn’t a bad case on the whole. We’d advise against the “smart device” model still, but the physical hardware, barring any mangled software, is worthy of consideration in its price point. Today, we’re benchmarking and reviewing the NZXT H710 vs. the H700 case, including thermal, acoustic, and noise normalized testing. We’re also looking extensively at build quality and differences versus the H700 original case.
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Host, Test Lead: Steve Burke
Testing, Editorial: Patrick Lathan
Video: Josh Svoboda, Andrew Coleman