One of the best mid-tower enclosures available in the market is getting a facelift today as NZXT announce the Razer edition of the H440. The special edition comes with a green on black design scheme and features Razer’s logo at the front and on the sides of the enclosure.
The USB ports, power button, LED underglow and the rear I/O LED lighting are now coated green to highlight the Razer branding. The side window is tinted, and the shroud that hides the power unit now features a Razer logo. There’s also a hexagonal mesh, and the exterior of the H440 now has a matte black paint finish.
Other features remain the same: the H440 comes with three 120mm fans at the front as standard, along with a single 140mm fan at the back. There are dust filters at the front and bottom of the chassis, and provision for fitting large radiators. The case can easily accommodate mini-ITX, micro-ATX and ATX motherboards, and can slot in video cards 294mm in length with the hard drive cage intact, and 406mm cards after removing the bay. CPU coolers 180mm can fit in the enclosure.
The Razer edition H440 is now available for $149, which is $30 more than what the standard version of the chassis costs. That is a premium for a few minor design tweaks, but then again, anything associated with the Razer brand has commanded a premium. And considering the strong userbase the brand has, it is likely that this version of the H440 will sell a lot. While this isn’t the first chassis associated with Razer, as the brand unveiled a modular platform at the start of the year. It looks like it may be a while before the brand can make Project Christine available to users, though. Until such time, there is the NZXT H440.