Review: NZXT H6 Flow chassis

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The chassis makes a very nice first impression, as it’s an attractive-looking, mid-sized (and vast) tower with a two-chamber design. It resembles the Lian Li O11 series (or even more – Hyte 70 Touch), not just the general concept. It is made of a steel structure with a two-panel design.


The left and front side panels are tempered glass, clean, and without visible mounting screws. There’s an angled mesh corner panel. The opposite side panel is steel. The overall quality is very good. The following motherboard form factors are supported:

  • ATX
  • uATX,
  • mini ITX,

It’s a mid-size chassis, measuring 435 × 287 × 415 (L×W×H), which amounts to 51.8 l of volume. The case is stable even without the hardware, weighing 9.4 kg.



The front has a design with a glass panel.


You can also find the metal panel on the top.


You can put up to a 360 mm radiator there.


On the underside, NZXT has a place for the two 140 mm fans on the floor. The solid, long plastic feet have rubber inserts to prevent movement.

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