NZXT H510 - CA-H510B-W1 - Compact ATX Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case - Front I/O USB Type-C Port - Tempered Glass Side Panel - Cable Management System - Water-Cooling Ready - White/Black
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There are two exhaust fans, one at the top and one at the rear, each 120mm diameter, and the top can be changed to 140mm diameter
The kit comes with standoffs, two fans, and an LED The HD includes parts for some things in the
It has plenty of room. One of the best cable management systems I've ever
Thanks for visiting! If you want to add another AER RGB 2 fan, you do not need the hue 2 device. With the included smart controller v2, you will be able to utilize up to four RGB fans in your system
Selected User Reviews For NZXT H510 - CA-H510B-W1 - Compact ATX Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case - Front I/O USB Type-C Port - Tempered Glass Side Panel - Cable Management System - Water-Cooling Ready - White/Black
To begin with, I have done builds for less than half this price that were far more builder-friendly. It is nice to be able to manage cables easily, but that's about all the convenience the case offers. There is no logic to the mounting of the hard drives and they could have been designed The 5 is not clear to me. In this case, you are required to remove the 25" bay for installation, when it could have been designed to accept plastic slides that can be mounted easily on the sides of your hard drive (like many other cases). It is not enough air is being sucked into the front fans. In order to achieve positive pressure, I had to mount an intake and an aftermarket filter in the top fan slot. Since this fan is typically an exhaust, it would cause negative pressure and inevitably dust issues if it were used as an intake. However, it would be possible to use this fan as an intake if the intake fans got enough air. There were over tightened hand tightened screws on all the metal parts where they were used, to a point where the metal warped where the screws were Only by using a power drill was it possible to loosen these screws. It seems that the bottom tab for one of the side panels snapped off almost immediately, so my side panel has a noticeable gap in it. Honestly, I believe this is my last case for NZXT.
That it happened during the building phase was better than when I had it set up and it could have taken down my monitor and everything with it if it had fallen. all, a pretty poor quality control system, and I do not know what can be done in order to fix it. Could super glue be the answer?.
When I went to mount the motherboard in the case, I found that the middle and right standoffs on the top were just bent enough that the motherboard could not be screwed in.
I knew from the get go that I wanted to use an All in One (AIO) CPU cooler. Therefore, I did what I had to do. In terms of design, I think the case is really well constructed. I love how easy it is to work with, and how you can manage cables well. The lack of drive trays did not bother me, and I agree it's a little inconvenient to have to unscrew the entire disk tray in order to install an additional drive, but it's not like I will swap drives every day so just The only thing I dislike about the case is the fact that NZXT and pretty much everyone else just can't come up with a standard RGB color scheme to make them all work. My AIO is from another brand and I can't get it to sync, nor can I get my RGB Fusion 2 to sync with the NZXT. The stuff does not sync because they don't do anything in tandem. As a result, this build is made up of 3 different RGB brands. In my opinion, it turned out great. As far as I was concerned, the build went well, everything worked as it should have. While the price for the case seems steep, it comes with 2 140mm RGB fans on the front and a rear 120mm non-RGB fan on the rear, as well as an RGB controller from NZXT. You are fine if you go with NZXT RGB. As far as thermals go, even with an AIO on the CPU, I wasn't happy with how warm the case inside was, so I added a thermometer and changed the temperature curve I built this gaming rig so the processor wouldn't get hit as hard as the GPU would, so I added another thermometer to (as near as I could get it to) the GPU's processor and set the rear and upper case fans temperature curves accordingly to incorporate those temperatures. During my stress tests, the case never reached over 60 degrees Celsius (23 degrees ambient), the CPU never reached more than 76 degrees Celsius, and the GPU never reached more than 73 degrees Celsius. I'm sure it could have been much worse had it been an all air cooled system. In my case, however, I didn't. It is a good case if you will be using the fans and like NZXT's software for the RGB, but if you plan to do your own RGB don't buy the Elite. We hope this review was helpful to you.
In a nutshell, I am a prime member of Amazon for YEARS, but I needed to review this case as this is my first review on Amazon. According to what I understand, it is a version of the H500 that has been updated. A friend of mine and I recently purchased the H510 (White) and we are absolutely thrilled with it. It's possible to have enough RGB lighting in your house that you don't need to spend the extra money on the "i" version. With the H510, you can keep your cables organized better than with other cases, and the tempered glass side panel lets you show off your In terms of temperatures, I have a Ryzen 7 2700x that stays in the 36-38 degree range The AMD XFX 580 at around 46 degrees Celsius at 0% load will be close to 40 degrees Celsius A 0% load (AMD runs hotter) results in a temperature of 50 degrees Celsius. It is possible that some might wonder whether the airflow is as good as it appears due to the fact that the front is covered properly and the air exits from the side. Thus far, I've not experienced any problems managing temperatures even while loading at 100%. With the case, you'll get two more chassis fans and room on the front to fit another pair of fans or a 280 mm CPU water cooler, such as the Kraken Aside from the standoffs, screws, and zip ties, the case also comes with a few other goodies. If you want to take advantage of the cable management that this case provides, I recommend using a fully modular power supply. My first NZXT product. Goodbye Thermaltake. I have a 5/5 rating.