I have owned many cases over the years, but this one is the best
Here are the pros of the H710i The words *br This is a very spacious apartment - Building on Soils - The bracket on top of the fan is removable. The management channels and straps for the cable - A built-in controller for the devices - The RGB format offers a wide range of control and manageability,
- ") - Removing side panels is fast and easy. An aesthetic based on minimalism (subjective) * Temps at a cool level everywhere* - A dead silence - Having an intake filter is a con The words *br I have nothing to report so far
Thoughts Having the opportunity to build here was a real pleasure. It was never a problem when I wanted to try out different fan/radiator configurations because there was no clearance issue. Because there are so many places for wires to route, I didn't even try to hide anything, and it all turned out to be It's nice and cool all the time, so any concerns I had about airflow before I bought it have been put to rest. The setup I built is also the quietest, though that is largely dependent upon other components (I'm using a Kraken CPU AIO cooler), and it is very quiet in games. I can hear my heating register before the system, and it is very quiet during gameplay. Also for the first time, I'm mounting my radiators in a front-mounted indirect manner for the very first time, and it's by far the most pleasant configuration thus This may not be the case for every installation, but the front mount was about 10c cheaper than the top mount for me. It is absolutely gorgeous to see the RGB! It will make the window scene visually more pleasing once I get some NZXT fans, which should arrive later this week. A nice feature of the CAM software is monitoring, controlling the lights, tuning the fans, and overclocking the GPU. The majority of the negative reviews of NZXT stuff I've seen involve the CAM software, but they are also years old, so I know those issues have been patched by now, because I have not experienced any issues with these products. Despite my limited experience, this is the best build I've ever done. I am very happy with the end result. It was easy to build. My pictures of the laptop aren't clear because I'm not good at taking pictures of laptop cases! Yet I would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in building a home as it is the nicest I've ever built.
I am in love with I had almost no build quality issues during my entire install
The only problem I had was one of the screws holding the hard drive case in had stripped, but the other 3 were fine, so I simply tightened the zip-tie and it was good as new. A tie will be declared in the last round. This case is perfectly satisfactory to me. What I was looking for Dampening of sound. It must remain cool, but not too open. That is why I wanted a case that balances air flow and sound dampening. The way it looks. In light of both my wife's dislike of the old Cooler Master HAF, and my need to have a decent case today, I wanted to buy a good-looking and high-performance one The case must be looked at first.
3) We recently bought a house, and our cat sheds a lot, so this home will get a workout from both dust from renovation, and cat hair. I consider the NZXT H710 as one of the best cases on the market for my specific needs as of writing this review. Gamer's Nexus referred me to this case as a solid choice for quiet operation with stock airflow - it runs very quietly with minimal noise - That's exactly what I was looking for. Among the advantages This is
The minimalist design doubles as a sound baffling device. There are almost entirely metal or glass parts on the top, of the front, and of the sides. There is a lot of sound dampening involved here. Aside from rubber feet, this unit also features standard angled edges. With the right build, this could fit easily under a desk. This is
The interior is displayed in all its glory through a full glass facade. With the right routing and lighting, this box would make a stunning display piece. The one I'm going to use will be primarily hidden under a desk, but I will need to transport it to a visible area every now and then. I'm glad this is possible. There is one Panels can be removed by pressing buttons on the front and back. You can actually just pull the front panel off with your fingernails as it's friction-free Neither the back panel nor the front panel is a one-piece This is done by pressing a button. This is the type of case I hope more of goes It's nice to have thumb screws for long-term storage While I may not need long-term storage, I really appreciate being able to access my files. This is
Cables can be routed in many different ways. Having said that, I don't really give a damn about every cable inside as long as the main airflow channel in front is fine, and in my case the only cables that really show are the motherboard power connector and the extra power supply for the graphics card. This is
There is a wire filter on every intake system. It is also easy to clean the power supply air filter since it is externally mounted. This is
There is plenty of room for upgrades. There are a lot of ways you can mount your fan. tons of space for a graphics card (I think it's 16" wide? It is not even qualified as a power supply space Slide the hard drive cage back far enough and the hard drive cage fits any device on the market. With its five slots for 2, it has plenty of room for two people. There are 5 hard drives on the quick-access media It has switch trays that can be screwed into place for safety, as well as "2+1" slots for three. The following drives are available A final drive is attached to the cage at the top. You can fit pretty much any build up to ATX size here. This is
The band has plenty I recommend everyone install a few 120mm fans up top as I did to help pull air up and away from the hot interior of the case. It comes with 3 fans up front and one in the back to pull air across the motherboard. It would make sense to use some "silicon screws" or fan standoffs The neutral view This is
In the case of a side panel computer, grate runs along the top and front of the side panel to allow airflow. Most of the intake and exhaust air is being drawn from behind those enormous flat surface plates. Therefore, if you are going for an extreme airflow design, you will actually create more noise due to how hard the case will be sucking air, so you probably want to go with Cases such as this do better when the level is low Airflow designs with medium volume, as they are suitable for users who won't overclock their processor beyond the capacity of their stock fan. For me personally, I do not use any kind of products or services I used my HAF case with an overclocked build and airflow is as good as it has ever been. This is
A few ports but not many. A USB stick, two memory sticks and a flash drive are provided It includes two rectangular ports of the A style and two oval ports of the C type. As well as one TRRS port, there is an aux port for headphones and a splitter to ensure that the two can be used separately. That's all there is to As there are only three ports on the entire front panel, you must rely on the slots on your motherboard. My personal opinion is that a USB hub is not an issue for me since I use one for most of my devices anyways. This is
I have an old case that I bought for $200, and this case is way less expensive than that. A lot of people in the market are saying this case is expensive. <extra_id_9> my old case was a Cooler Master HAF that cost $200, and this case is $200 cheaper. The fact that I can get such a modern case for so much less money than my old case is fine with me. Maybe it isn't built to industry standards. This seems to be leading, but it is fine.
- A drive bay is not available in the front. In general, optical drives are no longer needed, but if that is a concern for you, you'll need to get a separate optical drive. The front panel on this case is made of metal, so adding an optical drive is not possible The cons are This is
To get to the front filter, the front panel needs to be removed. There is a big plastic peg at the front of the panel. If you don't want to open up the case and fight them, then you can remove the panel. For someone who has a lot of pet hair problems and has to wash the filter frequently, it could be a hassle. Because I'm living with one shorthair cat right now, I'd say this is a once every couple of weeks thing For me, it has been a year-long job. This is fine with me. It is important to note that the power supply filter is mounted externally. This is
Having a smart device would not be of interest to me I am totally ignoring the LED aspect. Despite only having a low regard for LED, the current field of controllers still irks me Those that install spyware are most likely to do so In any case, this wouldn't be of use to me. It is said to be terrible by most people. This is
A very high level of build quality can be seen here. It seems I am not the only one who has encountered problems, as I have encountered only one screw that has stripped on the It's not like the other 3 screws are damaged, and that unit sits on the bottom of the case, so it's not like it'll fall out. The zip-code I have is It was just a matter of tying up that last side to keep it from rattling. Please keep your receipt for returns just to be safe. I am happy with my purchase, but I recommend keeping it for future reference. As a whole In my estimation, this was one of the best cases on the market, based on my preferences. With good sound dampening, and a beautiful look, it keeps airflow without compromising looks. Alternatively, if you have different priorities, just let me know Other cases might be better suited to you if you require high airflow due to overclocking, or if you aren't concerned with sound dampening. I'm totally satisfied with this case, and I can tell you that I'm very happy about it.
| Jun 15, 2021
I like the look of the case but it has design flaws
It was a case I wanted to like. As I am fond of simple designs, as well as the fact that the case allows me to place fans for optimal cooling, I was happy to find the case. As I have a 240mm AIO that I had originally planned to mount on the front for intake, however, as I only have two fans on the radiator for intake, there would be negative air pressure since I was going to mount three Although I wanted to mount a third fan under the radiator, the radiator prevented me from doing so, so I had to remove the third fan. Choosing between a 360mm radiator or 3 fans will determine your cooling system. In the front you can only have one fan. You cannot have a two-fan radiator. Therefore, I decided to mount the radiator on top of the case to act as an exhaust. However, when the fans were mounted on the radiator I couldn't screw one fan into the radiator because my mother board has a small plastic piece at the top which prevented it from connecting properly. By adding one additional row of slots on the top mounting rack, you could push the radiator closer to the glass side of the case, which would have solved this problem. Therefore, in the end I decided to return the case in favor of one with greater.
| Jul 23, 2020
The LEDs in the lamps broke and the expensive features were useless
There is plenty of room in the case, it looks great, and it is easy to build in. It is the smart hub and some faulty led strips that I dislike. I couldn't use the LED strips that came with it. In reality, only about 4 of the 15 bulbs actually worked, and another went out shortly after installation. It might as well be faster to control the fans from the BIOS than the smart hub anyway, so I got rid of it altogether. Integrating the hub was a pain and of no use. The case is great, but the accessories are poor, so the price is not justified.
| Jun 01, 2021