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In the DIY PC market, NZXT’s cases tend to land somewhere between cult following and industry-leading icons. While its H series of cases have undergone many revisions, the silhouette always looks the same–the differences are down to details and internals. This holds true for the company’s new H7 case, but the airflow-focused H7 Flow is a bit more interesting–and an excellent quiet performer, as our testing will show. 

While we’ve seen prices increase on almost everything in the last couple of years, the new H7 and H7 Flow arrive at a respectable price of $130. Both cases come with two exceptional 120mm stock case fans (which we’ll see in detail in our testing section), spare SSD sleds and much more room for cooling than the H710 and H710i cases they’re replacing. There’s also a new $200 H7 Elite with a glass front. But we’ll be focusing primarily on the arflow-focused H7 Flow for this review, to find out if its balance of performance, features and fairly affordable price will land NZXT a spot on our best PC cases list. Let’s take a close look.

Specifications of the NZXT H7 Flow

Type ATX Mid-Tower
Motherboard Support Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX, E-ATX
Dimensions (HxWxD) 19.8 x 9.1 x 18.9 inches
Max GPU Length 15.74 inches
CPU Cooler Height 7.28 inches
External Bays X
Internal Bays 4x 2.5 or 2x 3.5-inch 
Expansion Slots 7
Front I/O 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A (10 Gbps), 1X USB Type-C (up to 10Gbps), 3.5mm headphone/audio jack
Other Tempered Glass Side Panel
Front Fans 1x 120 mm
Rear Fans 1x 120 mm
Top Fans None
Bottom Fans None
Weight 22.15 pounds
Warranty Two years

Features of the NZXT H7 Flow