NZXT unveils the limited-edition H510 Siege computer case

NZXT will build only 500 of these cases, with each of them selling for right at $250.

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NZXT has announced that it has teamed up with Ubisoft to create a computer case based on the game Rainbow Six Siege. The case is a limited edition with only 500 units available to purchase and features an illuminated 6 logo on the front panel. The side panels of the case are designed to replicate the in-game wall barricade.

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The case also has a special-edition NZXT Puck and 6 Logo Charm. The case is filled with modern design and easy builder-friendly features. The case features USB 3.1 Gen-2 USB-C connectors on the front panel. It's constructed of all steel and has the H Series aesthetic NZXT fans are familiar with.

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NZXT reps in a tempered glass side panel to showcase the hardware inside, and the case features robust wire management. The design simplifies the installation of a water cooling system using a removable bracket for all-in-one CPU coolers or custom loop configurations. The case also ships with a pair of Aer F120mm fans for airflow in both the front panel and issue intakes feature removable filters.

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Water cooling systems with radiators up to 280 mm are supported. "We are very honored to be working with Ubisoft to create an H510 based on the immensely popular Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege," says Johnny Hou, founder, and CEO of NZXT. "Around our offices, Rainbow Six Siege has a passionate group of players. That is why we consulted with them when designing this latest CRFT product to ensure that this would be a case that fans appreciate." The MSRP is $249.99. The last cool custom case we talked about from NZXT was the H700 Nuka-Cola Fallout case from 2018.

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