Tuesday, June 16th 2020

NZXT Announces CRFT 06 H510 Siege

Today NZXT, a leading developer of software-powered hardware solutions for PC gaming, and Ubisoft, a leading creator, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and services, announce CRFT 06 H510 Siege, the perfect tactical deployment for fortifying your position in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege.

The sixth entrant in NZXT's limited-edition series of licensed gaming products, CRFT 06 H510 Siege brings the iconic in-game barricade to your gaming station. Featuring an illuminated 6 Logo on the front panel, this new limited-edition NZXT H510 case allows you to display both your PC components and your operational readiness. Weapons free.
"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."

A special edition breaching NZXT Puck and 6 Logo charm are included with every CRFT 06 H510 Siege. Only 500 units of this limited-edition case will be produced globally, so be sure to order one quickly before time runs out.

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
MSRP: USD $249.99.

For more information, visit the product page.
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4 Comments on NZXT Announces CRFT 06 H510 Siege

cucker tarlson


unless this comes with $150 worth of barbed wire it's not a good purchase
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1. That barricade crap on the side looks like, well, c.R.a.P.... :D

2. Overpriced :(

But hey, at least it has USB-C on the front I/O panel, unlike soooo many other so-called "NEW" cases in the past 2-3 years, so there's that :clap:
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robot zombie
These are always so cheesy. Take a graphic for a popular game, slap it on a case, and sell it at a huge markup. Even if I was a fan, I don't think I could do it. If it actually had some distinguishing aesthetic features built into the case, you'd have something. Otherwise it's just a pallet swap. The puck and the charm are consolation prizes. They don't count. Hard to believe there's only 500 of these stupid things! :rolleyes:

Nearly every design choice is terrible. Everything that makes it "Siege" themed is very badly done... just against all design sensibility. Not only does it awkwardly break up the space above it into a jarring, unsatisfying balance of positive and negative space with too many uneven perpendicular lines fighting each other, but the graphic itself is distractingly busy. Why does it need so much stuff going on below a windowed panel? It just winds up being obnoxiously loud.

That lower graphic is basically destined to clash with whatever you see in the window. Both aesthetically and color-wise, it will never match with anything. And the payoff sucks... it's not pleasing to look at in itself. It looks right out of "easy grunge-style industrial web banner in photoshop CS: beginner's tutorial #57." People used to rock forum sigs that looked like that in the 2000's. It doesn't even match the style of the case! You have a case that is basically the epitome of 'clean and modern' with very simple shapes and accents. It's laid-back and sophisticated. The key visual strength of their cases is in the subtlety. And then there's this smaller piece of the bottom that's packed with really half-assed grungy stuff, so the total opposite. This can work if you're clever enough to make it look intentional, but they weren't, and so it looks like some fake shit slapped on real quick. One part looks like an industrial wall or carrying case. The whole rear side panel looks like a wooden friggin crate. The front looks like a normal case with a simple graphic. And then in the window are 'high-tech' PC parts.

It's just like... "What ARE you? WHAT ARE YOU?!" WTF is this thing supposed to be? It just looks so terrible. I hate it. More than I have any business hating anything.
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$419 AUD for a standard ass NZXT case with an ugly paint job.... one more reason to hate 2020.
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