Today, we’ll be taking a look at the NZXT H6 Flow Compact Dual-Chamber Chassis. It’s a mid-tower case that suitable for ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX motherboards and it’s constructed with SGCC Steel.
It comes with wraparound tempered glass panels with a seamless edge, and provides an unobstructed view of the inside of your computer so that you can highlight your key components.
It includes three pre-installed 120mm cooling fans spinning at a speed of 1200 RPM, giving you an air-flow of 62.18 CFM and a low noise level of around 25.1 dBA. They’re positioned at an ideal angle for superb out-of-the-box cooling.
The top and side panels feature an airflow-optimized perforation pattern, to enhance overall cooling performance and filters out dust.
The front I/O includes 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, 1 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C and 1 x Headset Audio Jack.
It also features an intuitive cable management system that allows you to tidy up those messy looking cables.
The chassis allows tool-free access to the top and side panels makeing upgrades quick and easy. The top panel supports radiators of up to 360mm in length, and a clearance of up to 365mm for the GPU and 200mm for the PSU.
I’m sure many of you already know who NZXT is, but for those don’t here’s some info on the company. This is what Johnny Hou (Founder of NZXT) has to say about themselves on their website:
We love building PCs and the people who build them. That’s why we develop and continuously evolve products of the highest quality: to make creating extraordinary PCs achievable and fun for all gamers.
Who are you creating for?
PC gamers. They’re the most passionate about gaming. It’s why we’re always focused on solving problems for that community. Pretty much everyone at NZXT is a PC gamer.
Because I was so young, getting people to listen, especially manufacturers, was difficult. It was a battle to get a lot of things accomplished how I envisioned them. But overcoming that made me more confident.
What drives NZXT designs?
Again, builders and gamers are central to our designs. We’re always asking, what do they need? How can we make PC building and gaming an even better experience?
What was your first big “win”?
Phantom was huge. Back in 2010, nobody sold white cases. Everyone told me not to do it, even competitors. But it quickly became a bestseller and we continue to sell the most white gaming cases in the world.
Talk about the early days of NZXT.
It was intense for the first 4 or 5 years. It was more of a hobby and I didn’t really have a vision. I just knew I was doing something I loved. I had my hands in everything from product design to manuals, our website, packaging, you name it.
What kind of culture do you promote at NZXT?
I want my team to feel like they are accomplishing something meaningful and to feel ownership over their work. I’m pretty hands-off.
For our system build, we’ll be installing a Gigabte Z70 Aorus PRO X motherboard, an Intel Core i9-14700K, Thermaltake ToughPower PF3 1000W PSU, Thermaltake TH360 V2 Ultra AIO cooler, 32GB Thermaltake Toughram RGB DDR5-7200 ram, Crucial T700 PCIE Gen5 SSD, and a Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4070 Ti (painted white).
Ok, let’s dive straight in and start by taking a look at the features and specifications of the chassis in our page.
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