NZXT is back again, with their latest, and hopefully greatest versions of their H-Series cases. We’ve had H-series cases for a good few years now, and while these new models don’t reinvent the lineup, they offer a range of design tweaks over the old models to keep things fresh and to improve on quality and performance. With many years of experience making many of the best and coolest PC cases on the market, NZXT has a strong reputation to uphold. While the stock H7 comes with a solid front panel and side ventilation, there’s also the H7 Flow which features a ventilated front panel design. However, this is the flagship H7 Elite, which interestingly has the more limited airflow of the base model, but the addition of a tempered glass front panel and RGB fans, so it’s more designed to be the aesthetic flagship, not the performance flagship.
NZXT H7 Elite
Of course, which version is right for you may differ from what I think, but generally, we would assume the standard H7 would be quieter, the H7 Flow would be cooler, and the H7 Elite will just be the best looking, but still retain similar cooling and acoustic properties to the standard model H7. Lucky for you all, today, I’ll be rolling out some performance benchmarks for these cases too.
- Front and Top Ventilated Design
- Front and Side Tempered Glass Window
- 3 x AER RGB Fans
- 1 x White Fan (rear)
- Integrated Dust Filters
- PSU Shroud
- Premium NZXT Fans
- Dedicated SSD Mounts
- Cable Routing Guard