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NZXT H6 Flow RGB White PC Case Review

A Closer Look – Exterior

The case looks pretty amazing from the moment you take it out of the box, and NZXT makes some of the slickest-looking white cases on the market too, albeit, it is available in black too. However, the white exterior, interior, fittings and fans really do look stunning.

Up on the top of the case, there’s a large mesh panel, allowing for top-mounted cooling. You can also see the rather unique shape of the case here, there’s a cutaway on the front right side.

The glass on the left and front of the case covers the full height of the case and features a pillarless design. There’s a bit of cardboard in there now, which I’ll take out later. It’s likely to stop the glass rattling against itself in transit.

There’s a front panel I/O on the bottom of the front of the case. This is far too low down for my taste, as I put my cases on the floor. However, if you’re using it up on your desk, this will be much more practical.

Down the left side, you can see this case has excellent ground clearance, those long feet should even easily lift the case above most rugs/carpets. There’s a lovely NZXT logo there too, and it’s nice and understated.

This is the money shot, as this is the biggest unique feature of this case. You still get the dual window display case, but with no compromise on the front panel airflow, with 3 x 120mm fans pre-installed and a full mesh cover, airflow is going to be fantastic.

Want even more airflow? There’s another mesh panel on the right and this will provide airflow to the rear-mounted power supply, storage bays, and rear of the motherboard.

Around the back, you can see the PSU is on one side, with the motherboard mount on the other, as this case uses a dual-chamber design. It is interesting that the PSU is mounted quite high rather than low, as that means it won’t block cable routing options on the bottom edge of the motherboard.

This is the bracket that mounts the HDD/SSD cage inside the case, allowing you to easily remove it to install drives.

There’s plenty of ventilation around the expansion slots, and the slots themselves use pillarless metal ventilated covers.

There’s no pre-installed fan at the back, but there is room to add a 120mm fan, and with elongated screw holes, it’ll allow for some height adjustment too.

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), 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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