It’s a big day for NZXT, as the company has announcing a slew of new hardware, including the H510 Flow, new Kraken AIO coolers and new 80Plus Bronze rated power supplies. The Kraken family refresh will see these coolers available in white for the first time, meanwhile the new C-series power supplies offer a semi-modular design and Bronze efficiency at entry-level prices.
We’ll start off with the biggest announcement on the list – the HS10 Flow. This new chassis from NZXT brings improved ventilation thanks to its perforated front panel, allowing more cool air to be drawn in through the front fans, which should have a positive impact on thermals throughout the system. Other features include a tempered glass side panel, USB 3.1 Gen2 USB-C connector on the front panel, a cable routing kit with pre-installed channels and straps, and a removable bracket for installing an AIO cooler with up to a 280mm radiator.
Next up is the Kraken refresh, bringing new white versions of the Kraken X63 RGB 280mm AIO, the Kraken X73 RGB 360mm AIO and the Kraken X53 RGB 240mm AIO. The Kraken Z series is also getting some attention, adding AER RGB fans as an option for some models.
Finally, we have the new C Series Bronze power supplies, which as the name suggests, are 80Plus Bronze certified. While these are entry-level power supplies, they still have a semi-modular design, which goes a long way to keeping the system tidy. These power supplies will be available in 550W, 650W and 750W models, each coming with a five year warranty.
The NZXT HS10 Flow case will be available soon for £89.99. NZXT Kraken AIO liquid coolers start at £74.99 for the 120mm version, going up to £259.99 for the 360mm Kraken Z73, although the X73 is considerably cheaper at £199.99. Finally, NZXT’s C Series Bronze power supplies will be available starting at £64.99 for the 550W version and going up to £84.99 for the 750W version.
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