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NZXT H510 Compact ATX Mid-Tower Case w/ Tempered Glass (White) EXPIRED

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Amazon has NZXT H510 Compact ATX Mid-Tower Case w/ Tempered Glass (CA-H510B-W1, White) on sale for $61.99. Shipping is free.

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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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  • New features: Front I/O USB Type-C Port and Tempered glass side panel with single screw installation
  • Enhanced cable management: Our patented cable routing kit with pre-installed channels and straps makes wiring easy and intuitive
  • STREAMLINED COOLING: Two Aer F120mm fans included for optimal internal airflow and the front panel and PSU intakes include removable filters, removable bracket designed for radiators up to 240mm - simplifies the installation of either closed-loop or custom-loop water cooling
  • Motherboard support: Mini-ITX, MicroATX, and ATX
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Terrible thermals and outdated internal layout
But it does look beautiful.
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This is another terrible case without any front intake vents to cool the case. I would like to see anyone try to build a 10900k or 11900k (up to 250 tdp) with a 3080 or 3090. I wonder how long the PC would run before a component dies.
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This was $60 like 2 days back
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This case is terrible in regards to thermals. I was running 5900x and 3080 for two weeks and it was running super hot like a furnace. If you're lookin to game don't get this case. For office causal use, this is okay.
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#20
I seriously just saw this two days ago for 2$ less
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I've seen alot of folks mis-install fans on this case. Don't use intake fans rather exhaust fans due to the nature of the case design. This explains ideal configuration https://youtu.be/ApdliGCqtZg
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Ohhh well, I just picked the wrong year to build my first PC, if I ever get luckily to get hold a decent graphic card
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This is a very premium feeling and looking case. It was easily the nicest build I have ever done. BUT, and a very big but, if you're running an AIO CPU cooler, you have to put the radiator on the front. That is normally fine and was for me while I still had my 1070ti, but as soon as I upgraded to an EVGA 3080 (very lucky), it turned into a furnace. No fan settings could keep it cool in there. I undervolted like crazy and still had issues. Fortunately for me I was still within my return window, so now I have the NZXT H710 on the way.

The attached is my build prior to getting the evga 3080.
Do you mind sharing your partlist. Planning to build a gaming pc either with this case or Corsair 4000x
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This case is terrible in regards to thermals. I was running 5900x and 3080 for two weeks and it was running super hot like a furnace. If you're lookin to game don't get this case. For office causal use, this is okay.
I have this case with a 3900x and an overclocked 3080 and get below 70C on both. Removed the two front fans as well to keep it quiet. If you optimize everything it should be fine. Not the best you can get thermally but it's ok. I'm a heavy gamer btw
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Quote from scottyR6s :
This is a very premium feeling and looking case. It was easily the nicest build I have ever done. BUT, and a very big but, if you're running an AIO CPU cooler, you have to put the radiator on the front. That is normally fine and was for me while I still had my 1070ti, but as soon as I upgraded to an EVGA 3080 (very lucky), it turned into a furnace. No fan settings could keep it cool in there. I undervolted like crazy and still had issues. Fortunately for me I was still within my return window, so now I have the NZXT H710 on the way.

The attached is my build prior to getting the evga 3080.
Nice pic!
Are the cooler's fan blowing into case? Then, yes, lots of heat load adding the 3080.

For a setup like this, perhaps an unconventional reverse (rear to front) flow be better, since no cool incoming cross-flow for the 3080. It would depend on radiator fan's static pressure ability, and somewhat direction/position of PSU fan.

I would recommend top-mounting radiator for the H710 case- if the hoses are too short for front-mount-tubes-down. That H510 pic has the front-mount-tubes-up-pump-middle config, which is noisier but not as bad in reducing pump life, per this vid (time index 17:13):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t...amersNexus
(His previous vid had cutouts of plexiglass windows showing the air pocket sitting at the pump or endcaps of radiator)

... and explained another way here, index 6:48 :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D...yzTwoCents

I'm assembling a Lian Li LanCool II Mesh (A)RGB (white), top mount radiator (or NH-D15). The ability to add 2 fans on that deck above the PSU - and the 3 fans in front - allow for isolated/direct flow to GPU, especially since the case doesn't have the vertical-mount-GPU-card option (I don't trust any PCIe x16 extension riser cables when I had a ThermalTake View 31 setup).
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I really enjoyed building in this case, the paint has held up well and always looks super clean...
https://i.imgur.com/CLcxGU8.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/VheChh6.jpg
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Have to agree with everyone about the thermals. Terrible airflow. Great for the price though aslong as you aren't overclocking or using a a massive/spicy gpu.
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#28
This is awesome case. I just replaced my old midtower micro atx case with this H510. Ventilation is plenty.. those who say otherwise either is not setup correctly or do not have this case.

My thermal has dropped 4-5 celsius across the board. It has meshed vent on side that is vertical full height and also a vent below the case in front.

Great price for modern and sleek design. Side tempered glass is easily removable for internal access. The cable routing is well thought out.

Also comes with the two standard nonRGB fans. But I opted to use my existing RGB fans.
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I love the look of this case. I got mine in black. If you don't plan to do overclocking this case will be fine.
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FYI this has terrible airflow and heat dissipation
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