About five years ago, NZXT released its first H Series enclosures, in three sizes. The H700, H400, and H200 soon proved so successful that the H500 was also launched. Since then, the H series has gone through several iterations, with variants featuring RGB lighting, glass fronts, and more modern front-panel connectors.
In 2020, followed by H1, which is euphemistically expressed with Mixed feelings received† This H Series has now been supplemented with three housings in the largest category: NZXT H7, H7 Flow and H7 Elite. Cases are divided into three types: the simplest type is H7, with a closed front panel, but a side glass panel. The Elite has a glass panel on both the side and the front and thus comes with RGB fans for the necessary bling factor. If you want a lot of cooling, you can take a look at the Flow version; The front panel is perforated, so that as much air as possible can be drawn in.
The boxes are available in two or three colours. The H7 and H7 Flow are available in matte black, matte white or a combination of black and white, with a suggested retail price of €140. The Elite, with its glass panels and RGB lighting, is quite expensive with a suggested retail price of €210 and is available in matte black or matte white. Optionally, a set of all versions is available for mounting the video card at right angles. This riser kit costs €90.
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