This week, NZXT is launching the new H7 series of cases, including the new H7, H7 Flow and H7 Elite. Each chassis has a mesh grill on the roof and compatibility for up to 360mm liquid-cooling radiators to achieve better cooling performance, while maintaining a clean, minimalist aesthetic.
The H7 and H7 Flow come in: white and black, all white, and all black. The H7 Elite is available either in all black or all white with a matching glass panel, sporting a tinted panel for black cases and a clear panel with white. The standard H7 is your standard case, while the H7 Flow adds a perforated front panel for even better cooling, particularly for high-end components. Finally, the H7 Elite has all the bells and whistles, including RGB fans and a tempered glass panel.
Here is the full spec sheet for the new H7 series cases:
- Motherboard support: ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX.
- Power supply support: ATX
- Expansion slots: 7
- Included fans:
- H7 and H7 Flow 2x F120Q 1,200rpm at front and rear
- H7 Elite 3x F140RGB 1,800rm front, 1x F140Q 1,200rpm rear.
- Fan mounts: 3x 120mm/140mm front, 3x 120/2x 140mm roof, 1x 120/140mm rear
- Radiator mounts: 360mm/280mm front, 360mm/280mm roof, 120mm/140mm rear
- 5.25-inch optical drive bays: None
- Internal drive bays: 2x 3.5-inch/2.5-inch, 4x 2.5-inch.
- Front I/O ports: 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C, Headset Jack
- Dimensions: 480mm H x 505mm D x 230mm W
Leo has already had these new cases in for review recently, so if you want to see our full test results, you can check out a review for all three cases, HERE. The NZXT H7, H7 Flow and H7 Elite cases will be available soon. The base and Flow models will carry an MSRP of £119.99, while the H7 Elite will cost £179.99.
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