NZXT H7 Flow RGB PC Case Review

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NZXT has been one of the most popular case makers for many years now, with every generation they seem to have a must-have PC case for the enthusiast PC builders and gamers out there. Actually, there’s likely a few of our readers still rocking an NZXT Phantom. However, today it’s all about their endlessly popular H-series, with the release of the new H7 Flow. There are two version in this series, the H7 Flow, and the H7 Flow RGB, both of which are available in black or white variants; the RGB version features the F360 RGB Core fans in the front. Obviously, being the “flow” this is a new higher airflow version of the previous model, so more airflow on the front, and an improved airflow design in the bottom of the case too.

NZXT say’s that “The H7 Flow RGB revolutionizes GPU cooling in a classic mid-tower form factor.” Which they’ve achieved by using a vertical PSU mount, allowing for triple 120mm fans in the bottom of the case, giving you even more cooling potential. Beyond that, there’s extensive cooling support in the front, back, top and bottom of the case, and room for all the latest and greatest graphics cards, and all the usual stuff, so let’s dive into it!

  • Supports three bottom-mounted 120mm fans for direct GPU cooling while retaining a narrow mid-tower footprint.
  • Comes equipped with a F360 RGB Core single-frame fan for exceptional out-of-the-box cooling and RGB lighting.
  • High-performance mesh panels maximize airflow for both intake and exhaust, as well as filter dust.
  • Supports up to 420mm radiators in the front and 360mm radiators in the top for powerful cooling potential.
  • Intuitive cable management system with wide channels, built-in hooks, and included straps for easy routing.
  • Capacity for up to 10 fans in total: 3 up top, 3 in front, 3 on bottom, and 1 in the rear.
  • Conveniently access 2 x USB-A and 1 x USB-C ports located on the top panel.
  • Tool-less access to the front, top, and side panels makes building and upgrading a breeze.


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