New NZXT USB Hub expands connectivity and moves to SATA power

NZXT has revealed its newly-revised USB Hub, which improves over the previous version with an additional USB 2.0 port, as well as replacing the Molex power for SATA. This will be a welcome update for builders using watercoolers or filling their systems with RGB.

The new NZXT USB Hub now has a total of four USB 2.0 ports and one port for connecting to the motherboard. It retains a compact design, allowing users to tuck it away and out of view.


In its announcement post, NZXT noted that the new USB Hub makes a perfect pairing for components like the NZXT Kraken Z53, NZXT RGB and Fan Controller, and NZXT E850 Digital PSU. For all-NZXT builds, the USB Hub seems like a good match!

The modern SATA power connection replaces the aging Molex, allowing for a more stable power source and connection.

The new USB Hub costs $22.99 and is available now at