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NZXT reveals its custom H510 Siege CRFT 06 chassis

Only 500 of these cases will be manufactured

NZXT reveals its custom H510 Siege CRFT 06 chassis

NZXT reveals its custom H510 Siege CRFT 06 chassis

NZXT has partnered with Ubisoft to create a custom version of their H510 PC enclosure, offering system builders the chance to theme their system to match their favourite FPS.

Meet the NZXT Siege H510 CRFT 06, a limited edition enclosure which will be limited to a production run of 500, each of which will feature an illuminated Rainbow Six logo, decorated side panels and a special-edition NZXT Puck and six logo charms. 

Otherwise, this chassis will be identical to NZXT's standard H510 chassis, which we reviewed back in 2019. NZXT's H510 chassis is a full-sized ATX enclosure with support for GPUs that are up to 368.5mm long and CPU coolers that are up to 165mm tall. One of the killer features of this case is NZXT's advanced cable routing system, a factor which makes building a tidy-looking PC a breeze.  

NZXT reveals its custom H510 Siege CRFT 06 chassis  

Through NZXT, this custom enclosure will cost $249.99, which is over three times more expensive than NZXT's standard H510 chassis, which costs $69.99 in the US. 

CRFT 06 H510 Siege Exclusive Features

- Limited-edition NZXT H510 themed after Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
- Illuminated 6 Logo on the front panel
- Side panels designed to replicate the in-game wall barricade
- Exclusive special-edition breaching NZXT Puck and 6 Logo Charm

NZXT H510 Main Features

- Modern design and builder-friendly features
- USB 3.1 Gen 2-compatible USB-C connector on the front panel
- Premium all-steel construction with the sleek H Series aesthetic
- Tempered glass side panel to showcase your build
- Wire management made easy with an intuitive, patent-pending cable management system
- Simplified water-cooling installation using a removable bracket for either all-in-one CPU coolers or custom loop configurations


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17-06-2020, 21:37:39

Deadtroopers
One or three up on the exeptionally poor aesthetics of the original.Quote
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