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

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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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#46
For those quoting the terrible airflow, what alternatives would you recommend for the same price range?

I went with a Cooler Master H500 instead of the nzxt 710i because of the thermals, but you can't really compare that due to pricing. Would be nice to see what others are recommending as an alternative

The only ones off the top of my head are the Fractal Design Meshify C or Phanteks Eclipse P400A. They can be had for a similar price when on sale, but that's not now. I would still recommend waiting on a different case or paying the extra for a better flowing case, your PC parts will thank you and your PC will be quieter from not having to run the fans as hard to maintain cooler temps.
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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.
I have this case and had the same experience. Loved the build, it's pleasant to work with, very attractive case. But the thermals are really, really rough. The glass got too hot to touch. I moved everything to a mesh front case and the system is now cool as a cucumber.
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Pros: super clean look, got several compliments.

Cons: Fits only 4 fans however never had any issues running games on ultra high.

I've tested my AIO cooling on the back, top, and front. My temps were lowest in the back with air intake since it's bringing cool air to cool down the coils while the top is exhausting hot air.
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Quote from qtfsniper :
For those quoting the terrible airflow, what alternatives would you recommend for the same price range?

I went with a Cooler Master H500 instead of the nzxt 710i because of the thermals, but you can't really compare that due to pricing. Would be nice to see what others are recommending as an alternative

The only ones off the top of my head are the Fractal Design Meshify C or Phanteks Eclipse P400A. They can be had for a similar price when on sale, but that's not now. I would still recommend waiting on a different case or paying the extra for a better flowing case, your PC parts will thank you and your PC will be quieter from not having to run the fans as hard to maintain cooler temps.
I moved to a Phanteks P400A and the difference is immense. I did pay $20 more but knowing my system isn't going to fry was worth it.
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My buddy had one of these for a build he was helping a friend with. The tempered glass completely shattered from barely any pressure. Clearly defective in some sense. He even got it on video. NZXT made it very difficult for him on the customer service side. I've stayed away from them since. YMMV
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Why the fark are nzxt rgb fans so expensive
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i dont get why people choose this case when theres TONS of cases with mesh front for better airflow
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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.
...and today's massive/spicy gpu is tomorrow's 1060. Smilie

For those of us who only upgrade every few years and keep the same case, those little details are definitely something to keep in mind when we eventually upgrade and buy a 3070 for $180 from a post on SD.
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Great looking case. I moved my i7 7700k + 2070s into this case when it was having cooling issues in an old Antec case and swapped to a Kraken AIO at the same time. Later I upgraded to a 5600x. Exhaust air is not too warm, and the CPU runs in the mid-high 40s, the GPU doesn't seem to go any higher than low 60s, both under full load while gaming or running FAH. I'm still waiting on my 3080 step-up from EVGA, but I don't expect it will have much problem with that as well. If it does, I may try replacing the exhaust fans with something that flows better and adding an intake at the bottom. I've got my old 7700k in a Meshify C and I can swap them as well.

The only complaints that I have about this case is that they didn't design it for a second exhaust fan at the top, and there is plenty of room for it.
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I'd reccomend not buying this. I love nzxt, I really do. If looks is all you care about, go for it. But, shit runs hot in this. Even with a 240aio, my 9700k @5ghz will push 80c when underload. It's extremely cramped too, and if you have a normal sized mobo, putting in new sata cables is a pain in the ass.
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I got this case from Micro Center to build a new rig for my son. I thought glass cases are lame but I guess that's what's hot these days. I realized even the stock fan that came with the AMD CPU has pulsating RGB fully expecting everyone to have glass side cases!

I think the case looks great. I did not realize and I was slightly disappointed that it does not have space for a DVD drive. But luckily I have a USB DVD drive so not that big a deal. One beef I have with the case is the cramped space behind the PSU. I have a fully modular power supply and if I don't have all of the plugs in place it would be close to impossible to plug/unplug them without removing the PSU first. That is why I chose to plug extra cables just in case I add more drives later, for example. It is not all that bad to have the extra cables since they are tucked away in the back not visible.
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I built a machine with my son in this case, and its been great for a Ryzen 3600/2060 combo. For those concerned about airflow, you can mount additional fans on the ceiling which will help draw through the front.

For me, I built a machine later and picked this case for a Ryzen 5600/3070 and love it - might be worth looking at too.

be quiet! Pure Base 500DX Black
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Case is indeed beautiful ... if you're planning to run pentium 3 at 266mhz and 3dfx voodoo 1 Smilie as other reviewer mentioned - there's a problem with thermals . With 5950x and 3080 temps were not manageable ( I even cut an opening in the front to exhaust hot air with 2 140 fans. Still the glass would get hot to touch. Returned the case and got phantex full tower. Now the problem is gone
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Quote from nhttri :
The thermal in this case isn't as bad as it looks even with the default fan configurations. It's not great by any mean, but with mid-high end builds, this should be fine. I had a GTX 1080 Ti and i7 9700k in there without any thermal throttle. GPU and CPU had no issue boosting to advertised clocks. Don't get it for high end or heavily overclocked builds.
Agree anything with 3070 and up will be a bad idea to run in this case.
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Quote from goibhniu :
Great looking case. I moved my i7 7700k + 2070s into this case when it was having cooling issues in an old Antec case and swapped to a Kraken AIO at the same time. Later I upgraded to a 5600x. Exhaust air is not too warm, and the CPU runs in the mid-high 40s, the GPU doesn't seem to go any higher than low 60s, both under full load while gaming or running FAH. I'm still waiting on my 3080 step-up from EVGA, but I don't expect it will have much problem with that as well. If it does, I may try replacing the exhaust fans with something that flows better and adding an intake at the bottom. I've got my old 7700k in a Meshify C and I can swap them as well.

The only complaints that I have about this case is that they didn't design it for a second exhaust fan at the top, and there is plenty of room for it.
Ughhh , similar setup to mine - got 5950x plus 3080 , temps were thru the roof cut an opening for two fans in front , did not help at all , something is just wrong with air movement throughout this case. Tried everything with no luck.
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