Abkoncore H600X Mid-Tower RGB Case Review
Peter Donnell / 4 weeks ago
The H600X is a really cool looking PC case, with all kinds of funky angles on the front panel and a huge slab of tempered glass on the left side. You’ll really be able to show off your build, and with that PSU shroud, you should be able to keep it looking tidy too.
The front panel is pretty crazy, and big… thing, running down the front of it. It’s got a strong focus on high airflow though, with a large mesh design and a large dust filter behind that.
You’ll get a lot of cooling performance too, thanks to a pair of 200mm RGB fans, ensuring you can drive big airflow at lower RPM.
And they’ve even given the highlights on the case this fake Carbon Fibre effect, which honestly looks pretty fantastic.
On the top, you get more airflow thanks to a huge dust filter that spans nearly the full length.
Towards the front, you’ll find the main I/O panel. There are the usual power controls here, as well as a pair of audio jacks, and two USB 3.0 ports; nothing crazy, but it’s all you need.
As for top-mounted cooling, you can fit 120 or 140mm fans, as well as various slim radiator configuration of similar sizes up to 240 or 280mm. Even without more fans though, you’ll still benefit from passive heat exhaust.
The right side panel is just a solid black panel. However, I do like that it sits very flush with the rest of the case, and it’s a very clean looking design overall.
Around the back, you’ll find a height adjustable 120mm fan mount, seven expansion slots and the ATX PSU mount. The expansion slots all come fitted with reusable metal covers too, none of those cheap snap-off ones here!