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NZXT H7 Flow RGB Case Review

When it comes to premium PC hardware, NZXT has been on top of its game for the last decade. Having created many of the coolest looking, best performing, and by proxy, most popular PC gaming cases ever, it’s never a dull day when we get a new one passing through the office. Today, it’s the latest entry to their H-series. The NZXT H1 is the smallest, the H5 is mid-sized, the H7 is the largest mid-tower size, and the H9 is the dual-chamber design. The new model I have today is the H7 Flow RGB, one of the larger models, but also has a revised high airflow mesh front panel and more premium ARGB fans as standard. NZXT tend not to change the case too much between models, but this is the most refined and up-to-date H-series we’ve had in the office yet.

NZXT H7 Flow RGB

The H7 Flow RGB is well equipped right out of the box, with the new front panel design, three F140 RGB Core fans in the front and an F140Q Quiet fan in the back, it should have excellent airflow and cooling as standard. Plus, with ARGB fans, you’ll have some customisation, and if you wanted, the case is available in both a matte black or a matte white variant, much like everything else in the NZXT range is these days. In terms of hardware support, the case is quite large, so larger graphics cards, 360mm radiators, and tall CPU coolers should not be an issue here. That being said, this case is destined to become my CPU cooler testbest/case, so fingers crossed that this review all goes as planned!

  • Includes three pre-installed F140 RGB Core fans & one F120Q Quiet Airflow fan
  • Perforated front & top panels enable maximum thermal performance
  • Intuitive cable management system with wide channels, hooks, & straps
  • Tool-less access to front & side panels (tinted panels on black variant only)
  • Front & top support radiators up to 360mm
  • Connects multiple F140 RGB Core fans to 5V ARGB header on the motherboard
  • Supports vertical GPU mounting (Sold Separately)
  • Two colour options (Matte Black, Matte White)
  • Two top-mounted USB 3.2 Type-A ports
  • One top-mounted USB 3.2 Type-C port

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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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