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NZXT H510 Compact ATX Mid-Tower Case w/ Tempered Glass $68.83

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6x Drive Bays (3x 3.5" & 3x 2.5")
2x Cooling Fans
1x Rear 120mm
1x Top 120mm
7x Expansion Slots
Tempered Glass Side Panel
Water Cooling Support (up to 240mm)
Ports
1x USB 3.1 Gen 1
1x USB 3.1 Gen 2
1x Headphone/Microphone Jack
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The NZXT H510 and the Lian Li 205 are two of the best ATX Mid Tower Cases on the market right now.
Lian Li 205M is better.
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Every time this case came around people talking about airflow, and most of the time, those people who talk about airflow never had one, most likely. I understand people lives based on other's or some "pro"s reviews, might save some of your time, sometimes, but defiantly lost some fun part of living. Because I'v been using this case for little over 6 months, first with TR 1920x and air cooloer setup, now 3700x with X63 aio, both setup with a same 1080ti. 1920x was lightly overclocked, with be quiet dark rock 4 cooler, during PUBG and COD, both 2k res, temp was about 70c cpu and 75c gpu most of the time. Now with 3700x, no OC, X63 aio, same res in gaming, cpu hardly go over 55c, and gpu stays below 70c. With that numbers, I wouldn't call the airflow "issue".

For compression, I have 4 other builds in my office for different BOINC projects, 4 different cases, Deepcool MATREXX 55 V3 (with 1920x setup moved from H510), Corsair 275r (I7-980, big cooler, RX580), Antec P7 (I5-2500K, big cooler, GTX 970), Antec P193(1600x, stock cooler, gtx1060). Besides the P193 which is a monster, all other cases are very identical in temps, 3 front fans, 1 rear fan, no top fan. So, again, if you ask me, the H510 is not the best cooling case, but seriously, stop calling "airflow issue" on this case, it has no ISSUE, it's just not that good. Bring any of your "best" cooling case to compete with my P193, it's probably no longer the best. Also, H510 is one of the very few mid tower that can fit E-ATX board, reason I bought it at first place because I don't have much choice for the X399 board with 1920x, it was an E-ATX. So if you are gonna use E-ATX, you got a good mid-tower here can fit it.
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It's a negative pressure case 🤦
What's your point? Negative pressure equals choked front intake? Does rear wheel drive cars come with rear wheels only?
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Not a deal. It is the typical price for last so many weeks.
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As others have stated, this is pretty much the normal price for this case. I have the H500 and H510 and have been extremely happy with both of them.
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What's your point? Negative pressure equals choked front intake? Does rear wheel drive cars come with rear wheels only?
Not true. As long as your top and reAr fans are flowing more air than your front cool air is pulled in unrestricted from the bottom vent and the gpu pulls air through the holes in the pcie slots. I'm running a 140 noctua up top and 120 in back with a 280 AIO up front and cpu temps are rarely over 60 under load on my 3600x and gpu maxes out at like 74.
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Not true. As long as your top and reAr fans are flowing more air than your front cool air is pulled in unrestricted from the bottom vent and the gpu pulls air through the holes in the pcie slots. I'm running a 140 noctua up top and 120 in back with a 280 AIO up front and cpu temps are rarely over 60 under load on my 3600x and gpu maxes out at like 74.
If you put 3x 120 and a Noctua in any case you have some kind of air flow. Again negative pressure does not equal to choked front intake. Kudos to you for finding a solution for your build but pulling air from pcie holes is not a sound design in my book.
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If you put 3x 120 and a Noctua in any case you have some kind of air flow. Again negative pressure does not equal to choked front intake. Kudos to you for finding a solution for your build but pulling air from pcie holes is not a sound design in my book.
People who think air flow is a real danger when their parts are performing within spec need institutionalized.

If you're not overclocking, 99% of all cases will work fine. Your machine doesn't perform any better at 5 degrees cooler if the higher temp was below throttle limits.
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Every time this case came around people talking about airflow, and most of the time, those people who talk about airflow never had one, most likely. I understand people lives based on other's or some "pro"s reviews, might save some of your time, sometimes, but defiantly lost some fun part of living. Because I'v been using this case for little over 6 months, first with TR 1920x and air cooloer setup, now 3700x with X63 aio, both setup with a same 1080ti. 1920x was lightly overclocked, with be quiet dark rock 4 cooler, during PUBG and COD, both 2k res, temp was about 70c cpu and 75c gpu most of the time. Now with 3700x, no OC, X63 aio, same res in gaming, cpu hardly go over 55c, and gpu stays below 70c. With that numbers, I wouldn't call the airflow "issue".

For compression, I have 4 other builds in my office for different BOINC projects, 4 different cases, Deepcool MATREXX 55 V3 (with 1920x setup moved from H510), Corsair 275r (I7-980, big cooler, RX580), Antec P7 (I5-2500K, big cooler, GTX 970), Antec P193(1600x, stock cooler, gtx1060). Besides the P193 which is a monster, all other cases are very identical in temps, 3 front fans, 1 rear fan, no top fan. So, again, if you ask me, the H510 is not the best cooling case, but seriously, stop calling "airflow issue" on this case, it has no ISSUE, it's just not that good. Bring any of your "best" cooling case to compete with my P193, it's probably no longer the best. Also, H510 is one of the very few mid tower that can fit E-ATX board, reason I bought it at first place because I don't have much choice for the X399 board with 1920x, it was an E-ATX. So if you are gonna use E-ATX, you got a good mid-tower here can fit it.
That's because slickdeals is overrun by people who fall for marketing and believe jack offs being paid by fan makers to use their products in YouTube videos.
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I have the 510i and love it. Looks clean and I've never had any temp issues
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This case is OG...Get Phantek or Lian Li!
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Could a 3080 or 3090 fit in here? How's the cooling?
I would think so, it has plenty of room. Cooling is not the greatest. If you're going to overclock I would pass on this case. But for basic gaming it's not bad.
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