NZXT introduces dual-chamber H9 series cases.

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Both black and white versions of the H9 cases will be available. The less expensive Flow model has mesh panels on the bottom, back, top, and right side and a more airflow-oriented design. The other is the Elite version, which has a tempered glass panel with a smaller vent on the side rather than using the top-vented panel of the Flow case. Additionally, the Elite cases contain an RGB & fan controller.

No of the model, the H9 has a seamless glass panelling that lets you show off practically all of the system’s angles. Components like the PSU and storage devices are in separate divisions because of the dual-chamber design, which minimises visible cabling and enhances cooling. Three F Series 120mm RGB Duo fans and one F120Q fan are used for cooling. Two USB-A 3.2 Gen1 ports, two USB-C 3.2 Gen2 connectors, and an audio jack for a headphone are all available on the front I/O.

The H9 cases accommodate three 120mm fans on each side and up to two 140mm fans on the top and bottom, one 120mm fan in the back. Dust filters are included with every air inlet. You can instal 360mm radiators on top (280mm also), bottom (280mm also), and side (push/pull), and 120mm on the back, depending on the radiator support. For CPU towers, there is 165mm of height available, 435mm of length for GPUs, and 200mm of length for PSUs. There are also seven expansion slots. The last drive bays are 4+2 2.5-inch and 2 3.5-inch bays.

The price of the H9 is currently $159.99 (Flow) and $239.99 in the US (Elite). Additionally, it will cost €189.90/£169.99 and €289.90/£259.99, respectively, to ship to the EU and the UK.

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