NZXT H7 – well built but hard to recommend

American NZXT has been active in the chassis market for just over 15 years, and has made a journey from rather plastic creations to significantly more sober models with a focus on metal as the material choice for the exterior. The company’s most successful chassis family was introduced in 2011 in the form of the H series, which includes iconic models such as the H440, and has since been expanded with a substantial range of chassis.

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Earlier this summer, the company introduced three new miditower models under the umbrella name H7, where these are effectively improved versions of the three-year-old H710 chassis. On the menu are H7, H7 Flow and H7 Elite, the latter of which has been tested by SweClocker’s test pilot Yatasuragu in the past. Today we thought we’d take a closer look at the base model H7, which offers an extremely stripped-down exterior and an apparently lightly worked interior.


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