With the H6 Flow, NZXT is introducing a new midi tower characterized by a particularly large viewing window Specifically, both the left side panel and the front are made of an optical element “Continuous” tempered glass pan Despite the design of the manufactured glass box, the air circulation should be strong enough.
The NZXT H6 Flow RGB is intended to be a real eye-catcher thanks to its glass panes However, airflow should not be neglected: perforated side panels should be ensured Plenty of fresh air gets inside The RGB version comes with 3x F120 RGB core fans that can spin up to 1,300 RPM. The unlit model has an F120Q fan with 1,200 RPM
However, the fans are not mounted directly on the front as the glass window obstructs the airflow. Instead, fans move right into one Angle the angle with mesh. Furthermore, 2x 120mm or 140mm fans can be mounted on the floor, while there is room for a 120mm fan at the back. Optionally, a 360mm radiator can also be housed in the lid, otherwise up to 3x 120mm fans can be housed.
Show case two-chamber format
The NZXT H6 relies on Flow Two-chamber arrangement, where the power supply and storage drives disappear into the rear chamber. Among other things, there are slots available for 1x 3.5″ drive and 2x 2.5″ drive. The mainboard, graphics card and cooling system are displayed in the front chamber.
Up to graphics card is allowed 365 mm to include. If desired, the GPU can be mounted vertically, but this requires a PCIe riser cable and vertical mounting bracket. NZXT currently charges around 90 euros (mount) and 80 euros (PCIe riser cable) for this. CPU coolers are around 163 mm Prepared, which is especially incompatible with large air coolers such as the B Quiet Dark Rock Elite (test). Additionally, motherboards up to ATX form factor are supported.
Large chassis with 50 liter volume
According to NZXT, the case measures 425 x 288 x 416 mm and therefore has a volume of 50.92 liters. The H6 Flow (RGB) also weighs an impressive 9.4 kilograms. The case is rounded off by a Modern I/O-panelThese include 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1, 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C and 1x HD Audio port.
Overall, the basic features of the NZXT H6 Flow are reminiscent of Phantechs NV7 (review), which costs around 220 euros. NZXT case included Just 120 euros or under 145 euros (RGB) But significantly cheaper. In this price range, the case is in direct competition with the Lian Li O11 Air Mini, which changes hands for 120 euros. However, the Lian Li model is delivered without a fan.
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