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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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i bought this case a year ago. easy to build in it, good quality. couple quirks it has this USB C connector, make sure your motherboard has support for it. also, it has a flashing white hard drive light on the power button that is kind of annoying, but i guess you can just not plug that cable in I've read online.
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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.
Well, it's designed to draw in from the front and bottom and exhaust the the back and top. If you are trying to exhaust out the front from the holes you added then god only knows what your airflow looks like. My guess is you're drawing cool air in only from the bottom and exhausting most of it out the front before it even gets to the CPU/GPU. If you don't understand how the air is flowing you'll never get it cool.

Also, keep in mind that there is a big difference between trying to do it all with air coolers and the people who have chosen AIOs. I find the cooling more than adequate for my use case. Once my 3080 comes in we will see how well it holds up, but I feel like I still have plenty of headroom.

No doubt this case was designed for looks and ease of use over airflow, but it's still not that difficult to cool for mainstream builds. .
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I tried that as well reversed everything. Ran a FLIR on it and there was a significant conflict of air flow , tried with AIO mounted in the front , no significant difference between darkpro air and AIO . Tried 3 different brands of watercoolers. I do understand how it's flowing Smilie thank you for your concern though. Everything was running fine with my 1070fe. Now When I sacrificed aesthetics for more breathing room temps dropped 6-8c on avg with the same cooling setup. Lookup reviews of this case and you'll understand what I mtalking about here. Just a note here when I cut a 140x240 opening in front and taped the intake holes on the side of the case it got a hair better with air instead of AIO. But hey .. to each it's own - I thought it will work for me after upgrading the GPU since I really liked the temp glass and nice white accents inside. Now I've got an ugly full tower case from phantex and the problem with heat evac is gone. Good luck with your 3080 there - I sincerely hope you'll succeed.
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I don't like white.
That's odd!
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The simple solution would be to add more powerful fans to the top and rear, as the included fans are very weak. Noctua fans would have solved your issue.
Nope , did not for me - tried noctua. I'd stay away from this case if your planning to stuff new Ryzen with 30 series
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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.
thanks this was the deciding factor for me to cancel my order, as i:d like to get a 3080 at some point soon
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Just used this case for a build for my 9 year old daughter and am very happy with it. Solid quality, solid cable management, and finally it looks gorgeous!

Comes with two fans mounted as exhaust (rear and top). I added two intake fans to the front. While there are better cases for sure when it comes to airflow, anyone who classifies this case as "awful" should probably stick to pre-builds. Smilie
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Thermaltake Core G21 Tempered-Glass ATX Computer Case (slickdeals.net)
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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 build but you might want to remount the radiator with the hoses at the bottom not at the top.
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I have this case with a ryzen 3600 and rx580. I moved the fans to the Front as intakes and bought a more robust fan as a rear exhaust. Really like the case. It's popular for a reason!
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I have one of these that was too big for me and it's out of the return window. If anybody in NNJ is looking for one, I'm willing to sell for $50. DM me
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Not sure why there's all the hate on the thermals. I'm running an i7-10700K with a Kraken X53 on an Asus Tuf Gaming Z490 Plus and an Asus RTX 3070 and it's damn near silent during regular usage and runs cool.

My only complaint is the stock exhaust fans. After only a few months the rear fan got extremely noisy -- not sure if it's just dust in there or what, but even with that unplugged temporarily while I try to figure out what to replace it with, it's still running fine.
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I have the older version of this. First case that I've ever had that truly was no compromises and a solid design.

I do have every single IO filled, including the HD and SSD bays. I've also got two NVMe on my motherboard as well.
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I have this case and it chokes the my cpu because of the little holes in the back. I have an aio and my idle temps are 40-55. I know its not the thermal paste because i changed it.
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Gamers Nexus on Youtube put it best regarding this series of NZXT's cases (in his video review of the Corsair 4000D) - in that it's a graveyard for highend graphics cards; Lol. Currently building a PC and passed up on this case because there's literally no air intake holes on the front. The NZXT H-series is a perfect example of "looks" over function (no doubt about it that it's one of the sexiest looking cases on the market). For me, I settled on the Zalman S2 TG from Frys for $49 after shipping (super amazing airflow and really good looks). My second choice was the Corsair 4000D-Airflow.
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