NZXT H5 Flow Starfield | Compact ATX Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case | High Airflow Perforated Front Panel | Tempered Glass Side Panel | Cable Management | 2 x 120mm Fans Included |…

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  • HIGH-PERFORMANCE AIRFLOW: Perforated front and top panels direct filtered air through the case to cool down components and enhance performance.
  • DEDICATED GPU FAN: An angled 120mm fan draws air from below the case to provide direct cooling for your power-hungry graphics card.
  • SPACIOUS COOLING SUPPORT: Up to 280mm radiator support in the front, 240mm up top, and 120mm in the rear. Comes with two pre-installed 120mm fans.
  • READY FOR PERFORMANCE: Fits most AMD Radeon Series graphics cards with its 365mm max GPU clearance. Display your GPU vertically using the NZXT Vertical GPU Mounting Kit (sold separately).
  • EASILY MANAGE CABLES: Wide cable channels with hooks, bridges, and straps take the guesswork out of organized cable management.
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NZXT H5 Flow Starfield | Compact ATX Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case | High Airflow Perforated Front Panel | Tempered Glass Side Panel | Cable Management | 2 x 120mm Fans Included |…
NZXT H5 Flow Starfield | Compact ATX Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case | High Airflow Perforated Front Panel | Tempered Glass Side Panel | Cable Management | 2 x 120mm Fans Included |…

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Specification: NZXT H5 Flow Starfield | Compact ATX Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case | High Airflow Perforated Front Panel | Tempered Glass Side Panel | Cable Management | 2 x 120mm Fans Included |…

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎2

Brand

‎NZXT

Series

‎CC-H51FW-SF-FS

Item Weight

‎18.01 pounds

Package Dimensions

‎20.6 x 20 x 11.5 inches

Color

‎Starfield White

Manufacturer

‎NZXT

Country of Origin

‎China

Date First Available

‎February 21, 2024

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7 reviews for NZXT H5 Flow Starfield | Compact ATX Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case | High Airflow Perforated Front Panel | Tempered Glass Side Panel | Cable Management | 2 x 120mm Fans Included |…

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  1. JM Fisk

    My son already had one. Found the RGB version in the warehouse deals. Smallest scratch on it that is barely visible. Saved $40 off retail. Added a 240 AIO recently to my system recently and when I transitioned to this case my thermals dropped considerably again. Great look and functionality. Easy to build and cable management was easy.

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  2. Amanda York

    For the TL;DR Attention Deficit folks:
    This is an excellent case for older or smaller component build outs. Cable management is great and air flow is more than adequate for modest builds.

    Longer Review:
    I’m becoming more and more of a fanboy of NZXT cases. Overall, they are well designed, good looking, well made, with clean cable management and adequate cooling. This particular case is the smaller sibling of the H710i case, which I recently used for a high-end photo/video editing rig. Both cases are wonderful.

    Pros:
    – Tool-less case access
    – No sharp corners 😉
    – Excellent cable routing
    – Roomy enough for an ATX MB with all the trimmings, including modern, reasonably large GPU’s
    – Reasonably quiet
    – Reasonably adequate cooling

    Cons:
    – Not a huge fan of the “buttons and ports on top of the case” design
    – Limited room for radiators / AIO coolers – these can only be installed in the front
    – Limited support for fans (120/140 mm on the top, 120 mm on the rear, and dual 140/120’s or an AIO radiator in the front)

    I used this case to rebuild a 4-year old setup that I had (crazily…) first installed in one of those gargantuan tower cases thinking I’d be using it for hot-swapping drives. Turns out, I didn’t. That case was like having a great Dane in an efficiency apartment. It seemed like a good idea at the time…

    Anyway, I tore that system down, cleaned things up and gave everything a good dusting, and rebuilt it in this case. I’m using an old NVidia Quadro K2200 GPU and an AMD FX-8300 3.3 GHz 8-core CPU, which is air-cooled. CPU temps are running consistently in the low 20’s C under light loads and the GPU driving a 2K 24″ monitor runs in the upper 30’s C. Notably, the GPU is the old style single-height, so it doesn’t inhibit air flow through the case to any great extent. I’m mostly using this to scan old slides into Adobe LR.

    The build was easy, installation was mostly painless, and the case is not ugly. I wouldn’t consider it eye candy, but it’s not hard to look at and, with proper fans, it’s quiet enough to set up in the living room and not irritate the rest of the family.

    So, I can recommend this without hesitation as long as you’re not trying to stuff too much stuff into it. Keep the components small and you should have a happy build. If you’re planning on the really big build stuff: large GPU’s, water cooling, half a dozen 140 mm case fans or more, etc. – you’ll want to go with something larger and more roomy.

    Hope this helps!

    Good luck,
    J

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  3. dbld1969

    Feels and looks high quality. The glass is thick and strong. Has a lot of space which makes installation very easy. I don’t experience dust problems. The fan does amazing job!

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  4. Cory

    This is a really great case, and the price is unbeatable for what it is.

    Good:
    -Very sleek look.
    -It’s a full ATX, but is compact and offers lots of space with the Dual-Chamber design.
    -It’s made with steel, and the front and side panels are tempered glass. No cheap plastic parts.
    -All panels simply pop right off with no hassle, front and back panels secured with thumb screws.
    -Cable management is a breeze in this case. There are channels made in the case to run your cables through, with straps to help keep it organized.
    -Comes with 3x120mm fans in the front. With space for 2x140mm fans at the bottom and 3x120mm fans at the top. Plenty of ventilation as well to help keep your PC components cool.
    -Even with all the ventilation holes it manages to keep things quiet under load.
    -Lightning USB-C front side.

    Bad:
    -Came a little banged up, but nothing really noticeable.
    -I’m certain that one of the 120mm fans that came with the case will have problems in the future, as it’s already making some minor noise.

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  5. Cory

    Looks great. Lots of room for cable managment.

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  6. JM Fisk

    I could tell the difference in quality from my previous case. It was well packaged and very easy cable management. One point I didn’t note when purchasing, the bottom fans are 140, not 120 standard, so I had to purchase another two fans. Overall happy with the purchase

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  7. Amanda York

    Summary: H6 is a perfect middle ground case between the historically cramped square cases and the newly emerging massive fish tank cases. Cooling performance is great and the price makes it a perfect balance of aesthetics, awesome performance, and lower price. Build quality is the standard amazing quality expected from NZXT cases.

    Pros
    – Super easy to build in! Tons of space for cable routing and management, especially in the back and at the top of the mobo where it’s usually a pain. Plenty of space for extra PSU cable length from cable kits or non-modular PSUs.
    – All panels pop off and on very easily. Incredibly easy to work with.
    – Case looks even better in person! The full glass gives a beautiful view of components.
    – Going from a glass front H510, I thought the full mesh would make my system much louder, but it’s just as quiet. That’s largely dependent on fans and their RPMs, but my same build in this case is quieter, perhaps from the angled fans being pointed away from where I’m sitting.
    – The recessed fan slots in the bottom of the case both look interesting and also seem to work exceptionally well. I’m seeing 7 degree (C) GPU temp reduction under load compared to my prior H510, but there are also multiple more fan slots on this case. Whether it’s the lower 140 slots or the front, I’m stoked to see that much of a GPU temp reduction given how intense games push GPU these days.
    – My favorite little detail is a small hook between the back exhaust fan and the top of the case. This allows you to route that cable safely so wire interference is not a concern.
    – I thought this case was going to be a lot wider of a footprint than it actually is. It is wider than my prior H510 due to the PSU being behind the mobo instead of beneath it, but it’s totally worth the extra space given the cooling performance and it doesn’t feel or look too big like some of the larger fish tanks cases are.

    Cons
    – Honestly, I haven’t found a true con yet. Biggest con I can think of is that the included fans come with a pre installed splitter. That splitter is too short to run to a mobo header, but it’s plenty of length if you have a Kraken or other NZXT RGB or Fan controller.

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