This Ultra Tower case is a monster to be sure with room for two 360 mm radiators at the top and front of the case. The H630 can support motherboards up to EATX (347 mm x 272 mm), eight 3.5" drives, two additional 2.5" drives, and graphics cards up to 354 mm (13.93 inches). NZXT also includes a number of great features including a fully modular internal drive system, thick sound damping material covering three surfaces, and room for four 200 mm fans in the front/top if you do not wish to have liquid cooling, but still want to build a silent system.
Based on these features and the photos, it very much resembles a silent version of the Phantom 630 (reviewed here). We loved the Phantom 630 so that's actually not such a bad thing.
The H630 grabs attention with its clean, simple edges, much like its predecessor the NZXT H2. In addition to the standard array of I/O, the H630 has an SD card reader below the USB 3.0 ports. The new NZXT H630 will be available soon with an MSRP of $149.99 US in either matte black or glossy white. My prediction is that NZXT will release a smaller versions of this case as well in the future for enthusiasts that want something a bit smaller for their silent PC builds.
For more details you can visit the newly redesigned NZXT website here or check out the press release at the link below.