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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- 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, removeable 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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We’ve made our iconic H Series PC cases even better. Our new lineup still features the elements builders loved in the original H Series, including our patented cable management system, removable fan/radiator mounting brackets, and easy-to-use drive trays, alongside new updates like a front-panel USB-C connector supporting high-Speed USB 3.1 Gen 2 devices, a tempered glass side panel that installs with a single thumbscrew, and an upgraded Smart Device V2 on the H510i.
H510 Mid-Tower ATX Case
The H510 compact mid-tower ATX cases looks stunning and is an excellent value, making it the ideal case when you want a small-footprint ATX case without sacrifice. Well-engineered airflow, removable radiator mounting bracket, flush tempered-glass window, multiple fan filters, and a front panel USB-C connector are just some of the key features.
The H510 features a removable radiator mounting bracket, simple-to-use SSD trays, and a patented cable management system for a smarter, easier build experience.
The USB 3.1 Gen 2-compatible USB-C connector on the front panel makes it easier than ever to connect smartphones, high-speed external storage, and the latest peripherals to your PC.
|Dimensions||W: 230mm H: 494mm D: 494mm (Without Feet)||W: 210mm H: 460mm D: 428mm (with feet)||W: 210mm H: 349mm D: 372mm (with feet)|
|Motherboard Support||Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX and EATX (Up to 272mm or 10.7-inches)||Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX||Mini-ITX|
|I/O Ports||1 x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A 1 x Headset Audio Jack||1 x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C 1 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A 1 x Headset Audio Jack||1 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A 1 x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C 1 x Headset Audio Jack|
|Filters||All Air Intakes||All Air Intakes||All Air Intakes|
|Drive Bays||2.5”: 7 3.5”: 2+1||2.5”: 2+1 3.5”: 2+1||2.5”: 3+1 3.5”: 1|
|Radiator Support||Front: 2 x 140 or 3 x 120mm with Push/Pull Top: 2 x 140 or 3 x 120mm Rear: 1 x 120mm||Front: 2 x 140 or 2 x 120mm with Pull Rear: 1 x 120mm||Front: 2 x 120 with Push/Pull Rear: 1 x 120mm|
|Fan Support||Front: 3 x 120/2 x 140mm (3 Aer F120 Case Version included) Top: 3 x 120/2 x 140mm Rear: 1 x 140 (1 Aer F140 Case Version included)||Front: 2 x 120/2 x 140mm (1 Aer F120 Case Version included) Top: 1 x 120/1 x 140mm Rear: 1 x 120 (1 Aer F 120 Case Version included)||Front: 2 x 120/2 x 140mm Top: 1 x 120mm (1 Aer F120 Case Version included) Rear: 1 x 120mm (1 Aer F120 Case Version included)|
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Quality control is pathetic though. I've used 30 dollar cases with better built thumbscrews and tempered glass side panels than this. The thumbscrews arrived warped with the side glass panel and it took me way too much effort (and peeled skin) to remove it, and put back after completing the build.
Good luck with getting support from NZXT's customer service officers as well. They do take their own sweet time responding to simple requests for replacement screws.
TLDR; don't bother unless you really, REALLY dig the design of the case.
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The front fans do not have adequate intake space. I had to mount an intake and aftermarket filter in the top fan slot in order to achieve positive pressure. Typically you would want this fan to be an exhaust, but because the intakes fans do not get adequate air, using the top slot for an exhaust would cause negative pressure and eventually dust issues.
Probably the worst issue for me is build quality. ALL hand tightened screws were VERY over tightened, to the point of warping the metal where they are used. I had to use a power drill just to loosen these. The bottom tab for 1 of the side panels snapped off pretty much immediately, so now the side panel of my case has a permanent and unsightly gap.
This is my first and last NZXT case.
The case itself I feel is built really well. Very easy to work with, allows for some great cable management. I didn't have so much of an issue with it not having drive trays, and yes I agree it's a little in inconvenient to have to unscrew the entire disk tray to install the drives but hey it's not like I plan on swapping drives everyday so get over it.
About my only gripe with the case itself is the fact that NZXT and pretty much everyone else can't just come up with a standard RGB plan to make them all universal. I went with a different brand AIO so I can't get it to sync with the NZXT, nor can I get my RGB Fusion 2.0 stuff to sync because they don't in tandem with each other. So I'm stuck with 3 different brands of various RGB in this build. Did it come out looking fantastic, IMO, yes.
So for me at least the build was just fine, everything worked as it should. The price is a bit steep for a case but you are getting 2 140mm RGB fans with that and a rear 120 non RGB fan along with the NZXT RGB controller. So of you decided to go all NZXT for your RGB, you are fine.
As far as thermals go, even with the AIO on the CPU, I wasn't happy with how warm the case was inside, so my solution was adding a thermo probe inside the case, and changing the temperature curves accordingly. This was built as a gaming rig, so the CPU doesn't get as beat up as the GPU does, so I added another thermo probe to (as close as I could get it) my GPUs processor and reset the temperature curves on the rear and upper case fans accordingly to go along with the temps of that thermo probe. In all of my stress tests, the case never got above 60c (23c ambient), the CPU never went higher then 76c and the GPU never went higher then 73c, all of this after a 1 hour stress test. Had this been an all air cooled system, I'm sure I would have had an issue. But for me I did not.
Overall, I would recommend this case if you plan on using the fans and like NZXTs software for the RGB, but if you plan on doing your own RGB, don't go for the Elite.
Hope this review has helped someone.