NZXT H510 Flow Mid-Tower Case Review

NZXT has long been my go-to for PC cases, I’ve had so many of them over the years that I’ve pretty much lost count of them all. However, I do know that I have had my NZXT H510 for a few years now, and I absolutely love it. Even if I will admit it’s not perfect, but I still love it. That being said, with the new one, I’m eager to see what kind of improvements they’ve made to the model over the last two years. As the name might suggest, the H510 Flow is a more airflow-focused take on the old models, and features side ventilation and a solid front panel for lower noise levels. Another notable change is the size, with the new model now supporting ATX motherboards, while the original was strictly an mATX solution.

NZXT H510 Flow

The new case is very well equipped, offering support for mini-ITX, mATX or ATX motherboards. That does mean it’s a little taller than before, but that does add the benefit of more room for cooling hardware too. It’ll now handle a 165mm tall CPU cooler, 360mm GP, and up to 60mm depth of fans/radiators in the front panel. Furthermore, you can house 2 x 130/140mm fans in the front, 1 x 120/140mm in the top, and 1 x 120mm in the rear; as well as similarly scaled radiators. However, the case also comes equipped with two NZXT 120mm AER fans as standard. There are all the usual luxuries too, such as cable management systems, dust filters, removable radiator bracket, PSU shroud, and much more. So, let’s dive in for a closer look at what it has to offer!


  • An optimized perforated top panel delivers increased airflow to your system for improved temperatures
  • Iconic cable management bar and uninterrupted tempered-glass side panel
  • Cable routing kit with pre-installed channels and straps
  • Two Aer F120mm fans and removable filters on all air intakes
  • Removable bracket designed for radiators up to 280mm **Case version fans and specs vary from retail version

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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