Maximum Airflow – NZXT reveals their H7 Flow chassis at Computex

NZXT has launched a new high-airflow PC chassis, promising powerful cooling within a traditional tower form factor

NZXT has just revealed their new H7 Flow PC case at Computex 2024, taking inspiration from dual-chambered case designs to maximise internal airflow.

By using a vertically oriented power supply mount, this has space for three 120mm fans at its base as air intakes. Add on this case’s support for up to four 140mm fans at its front, and this case has plenty of airflow for your CPU and GPU cooling needs. At stock, this case will have three pre-installed 120mm fans on its front intake. For the case’s RGB variant, these three fans are replaced with a F360 RGB Core single-frame fan.

At the top of this case, NZXT has given users enough space for up to a 360mm liquid cooling radiator. That’s perfect for CPU liquid cooling. For custom liquid cooling enthusiasts, this case supports up to a 420mm radiator at the front of the case.

Overall, the new NZXT H7 Flow maintains the narrow footprint of standard tower cases. Even so, its re-oriented PSU allows users to benefit from increased airflow.

NZXT H7 Flow Key Features:

  • Redesigned case interior features a vertically-oriented PSU layout, allowing for the installation of 3 x 120mm bottom-mounted fans to provide direct airflow to the GPU
  • Comes equipped with 3 x 120mm front-mounted fans for out-of-the-box cooling
  • Supports up to 420mm radiators in the front and 360mm radiators up top for ultimate liquid cooling potential
  • High-performance mesh panels maximize airflow and filter dust​
  • Tool-less access to the front, top, and side panels with an intuitive cable management system makes building and upgrading a breeze​

NZXT’s new H7 Flow case will be available later this month in RGB and Non-RGB forms. The standard H7 Flow will cost $129.99/£119.99, and its RGB variant will cost $149.99/£139.99.

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