Normally when I see another case with the panoramic “O-11 Dynamic” style design I tend to not bat an eye as it is unlikely to offer anything majorly interesting. However, NZXT’s new release of the H6 Flow has just about caught my eye due to its unique placement of the side panel ventilation or is it still the front panel?
NZXT’s new H6 Flow is an airflow-focused case featuring wraparound glass panels with a compact dual-chamber design. It receives its airflow from its angled side/front panel ventilation which goes against the norm for the wraparound style of case that uses flat side panel airflow and sort of mirrors the HYTE Y60. I see this design as being a better option for those like myself who have their case up against a wall. NZXT has also taken a tool-free approach with the top and side panels being easily accessible for building and future upgrades.
The case comes equipped with three 120mm fans either RGB or non-RGB and it supports two 140mm fans at the base for direct cooling to the GPU with a very precisely sized recess. The top panel of the case is capable of supporting up to 360mm radiators or three additional 120mm fans.
The case is capable of fitting most hardware with up to 365mm of GPU clearance and room for many other components. It also features generous cable management options with wide channels and straps but being a dual-chamber case, you can probably just cram it all in and call it a day.
The H6 Flow will be available in white and black as well as in RGB and non-RGB variants for the following MSRP at various retailers in the US, EMEA, APAC and the UK.
H6 Flow: $109.99/£99.99
H6 Flow RGB: $134.99/£119.99
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