NZXT has expanded its H series of computer chassis with the H6 Flow offering a dual-chamber design separating the motherboard and graphics card from the PSU and storage drives. A design combining the fish tank style with the usability of large-format chassis without taking much vertical space.
The H6 Flow will be available in matte white and matte black, with or without RGB fans. It features tempered glass on the front and sides, granting a panoramic view over your build, highlighting key components while remaining compact, despite its large hardware compatibility.
Leveraging a dual-chamber design, the H6 Flow boasts a unique angled front panel, directing airflow from the three pre-installed 120mm fans towards the GPU without blocking the view. To me, this one looks like a blend between the NZXT H9 Flow and Hyte Y60. The angled intake also helps hide the width of the chassis, making it look much smaller than what it really is.
The second section of this 435mm (H) x 287mm (W) x 415mm (D) offering is used to hide the PSU and cables from view – simplifying the building experience. A build in which you can use up to ATX motherboards, 365mm-long graphics cards, 163mm-tall CPU coolers, plus a 360mm radiator or triple 140mm up top. Not to forget the up to 200mm PSU plus two 2.5in and one 3.5in drives tucked out of view.
Since this case doesn’t have a large PSU compartment on the bottom, the components take centre stage and look much nicer, especially with a vertical GPU mount. This also means that the H6 Flow can be configured with two 140mm fans on the base blowing air directly on the graphics card helping with cooling.
Lastly, the front I/O comprises two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, one USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C, and one 3.5mm headphone jack.
The H6 Flow is priced at $109.99 / £99.99 for the non-RGB model and $134.99 / £119.99 for the RGB version, backed by a two-year warranty.