Originally released in 2014, NZXT's H440 chassis has quickly become a popular product for the company. Due to this popularity NZXT has released a few different designs over the years, ranging from the original pure white design to alternative designs such as a Razer-partnered black and green chassis. For Computex, NZXT has announced another new version of its H440 PC chassis, the EnVyUs edition, which will get a black, white and blue color scheme.

The new version of the H440 was a collaboration by NZXT and Team EnVyUs, a professional e-Sports team that NZXT sponsors and thus this new design will feature the e-Sports team branding. The case features team colors, aesthetics. and the logotype of the team on the front panel. The NZXT H440 EnVyUs was designed primarily for gamers, e-Sport fans who respect the team as well as those, who wanted this particular chassis, but with black, white and blue color scheme. Apart from the colors, the new NZXT H440 mid-tower case is identical to its predecessors. It is made of steel and plastic and is compatible with ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards.

NZXT H440 EnVyUs
Motherboard Size ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
Drive Bays External 0 × 5.25"
Internal 11 × 3.5" and 8 x 2.5"
Cooling Front 2 × 140 mm or 3 × 120 mm (3 × 120 mm included)
Rear 1 × 120 mm or 1 × 140 mm (included)
Top 2 × 140 mm or 3 × 120 mm
HDD/Side -
Bottom -
Radiator Support Front Unknown
Rear Up to 140 mm (?)
Top Up to 360 mm
Side -
Bottom -
I/O Port 2 × USB 3.0, 2 × USB 2.0, 1 × Headphone, 1 × Mic
Power Supply Size ATX
Dimensions W: 220mm × H: 513mm × D: 480mm
Features of the NZXT H440 EnVyUs · Glass side panel
· Integrated power supply shroud
· NZXT FNv2 case fans with anti-vibration pads
Price $139.99

Inside, the H440 chassis features seven openings for PCI expansion cards, up to eight 2.5” bays for SSDs/HDDs and up to eleven 3.5” bays for storage devices. It also supports two 140 mm or three 120 mm front fans, two 140 mm or three 120 mm top fans as well as one 140mm or 120 mm rear fan. Users can install graphics cards that are up to 428 mm long (if no storage devices are installed on their place) or up to 294 mm long when the case is fully populated with HDDs or SSDs. Like other modern chassis, the NZXT H440 EnVyUs fully supports the installation of liquid cooling. Outside, the H440 has two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports as well as two 3.5 mm mini-jack connectors.

The NZXT H440 EnVyUs will be available in the U.S. and Europe in mid-June. The recommended price will be $139.99.

Source: NZXT

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  • imaheadcase - Saturday, June 11, 2016 - link

    I don't know why people complain all the time about USB ports. Its seriously not a issue.

    Not very many USB device that use it, even those that are "USB 3" are just marketing because they won't saturate it anyways.

    Very few devices on market matter for USB 3, its mostly storage devices. Even then, you should not be using USB 3 for storage devices.

    If you want more USB ports, just get a cheap USB hub. problem solved.
  • HomeworldFound - Friday, June 10, 2016 - link

    Having had experiences with cheap NZXT cases in the same price range, I would ignore this. The fact Razer is involved just makes it worse.
  • BurntMyBacon - Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - link

    @HomeworldFound: "Having had experiences with cheap NZXT cases in the same price range, I would ignore this."

    I don't necessarily disagree with this. Furthermore, recycling old cases is not a bad thing when the original left little to be desired, but most cases (particularly in the lower to mid price brackets) can be notably improved upon, so recycling is out.

    @HomeworldFound: "The fact Razer is involved just makes it worse."

    Razer wasn't involved. Per the article, NZXT made the original H440 themselves and they later partnered with Razer for a black and green version of the H440. The partner for this black, white, and blue version is Team EnVyUs.
  • ahtoh - Friday, June 10, 2016 - link

    Do they still make cases without windows?
  • DanNeely - Friday, June 10, 2016 - link

    Newegg claims to have 802 desktop cases without a Window.

  • IVANZXT - Saturday, June 11, 2016 - link

    Yes, including the H440:

  • imaheadcase - Saturday, June 11, 2016 - link

    Yes, but strangely lots of manufacturers charge extra for it. I think windows are dumb myself, its just a way for them to save money vs steel, plus charge the same more more.
  • extide - Monday, June 13, 2016 - link

    Uhh, no they are not saving any money because they still have to buy the same amount of steel in a sheet. In a case with a window they just cut the extra metal out...
  • bigboxes - Saturday, June 11, 2016 - link

    Yes. All my builds have no window. I want quiet and I keep my computer under my desk. I never open it up for company. I'm not 13 years old. And yes, it is pretty inside. To me. Nobody else gives a crap.
  • MrSpadge - Friday, June 10, 2016 - link

    "EnVyUs" - since when is envy something good, that you want to cause in others?

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