As for the inner section, let’s start off with the beautiful side panel. The side panel comes with a huge window and also sound absorption material right next to it.
Being a mid-tower casing the H440 is spacious inside with a large angular cut-out that’s ready for all sorts of cooling solution.
What’s neat about the H440 is that it comes with rubber grommets around the openings, just as expected from NZXT products.
From this angle, you’ll see that the H440 comes with a 140mm fan pre-installed and it has reasonable but limited clearance at the top for radiator components.
At the bottom are the 2.5″ drive bays, these bays are placed on a covering that stretches from back to front, a great way to keep the nasty looking cables from sight.
Here’s the view from the other side of the casing, as you can see there’s plenty of space right at the bottom so cable management would be a breeze.
There’s a central hub for universal fan control.
Drive cages are all in front but they’re removable.
And last but not least we have the bottom view. Other than the obvious dust filter, the H440 Razer Edition comes with green colored LED placed at the bottom to give it a neat glow.
And what’s the outcome of the casing?
NZXT H440 Razer Edition Mid Tower Casing retails at around RM 630, which is RM 150 higher than the price of the regular H440 units.
What’s the difference between the H440 Razer Edition and the H440 regular units?
The Razer edition comes with black finish, hexagonal mesh, a tinted window and signature Razer green illuminated LED power button and underglow.
With my green colored AVF LED strip I made this glowing beauty.
Is this a great casing? Yes it is, I love the custom matte finish and this definitely is the casing to get if you’re a Razer fan.