Create your dream gaming rig with this NZXT compact mid-tower computer case. An integrated cable management system makes it easy to keep easily tangled cords under control, and a tempered glass panel shows off your build. This NZXT compact mid-tower computer case includes two Aer F120mm fans that circulate air and cool down sensitive components.
6 drive bays
Include 3 internal 2.5" and 3 internal 3.5" drive bays for installing a variety of components.
Include 1 USB 3.1 Gen 1, 1 USB 3.1 Gen 2 and 1 headphone/microphone jacks for installing peripherals.
Tempered glass side panel
Offers an unobstructed view of the case's contents.
2 cooling fans
Include 1 rear 120mm and 1 top 120mm fans. Two 120/140mm front-panel fan mounts allow easy enhancements.
Front and PSU fan filters
Help maintain a dust-free interior.
7 expansion slots
For adding graphics cards and other components.
Enhanced cable management
Patented cable routing kit with pre-installed channels and straps makes wiring easy and intuitive.
Water cooling support
Removable bracket designed for radiators up to 240mm - simplifies the installation of either closed-loop or custom-loop water cooling.
Fits ATX, micro ATX and mini ITX motherboards
So you can easily begin building a custom computer.
NZXT H510 Compact ATX Mid-Tower Case with Tempered Glass
H510 Compact ATX Mid-Tower Case with Tempered Glass
I was looking to upgrade the case for my rig for a few months and couldn't decide which one to use. Aftwr upgrading my desk setup i went with this case for its simplicity, the wide open side panel to view all the components, and ease of upgrading.
I must say, building in this case was EEEEAAAASSSYYYYY. This was only the second time ive built a PC and i don't know how i was able to build in the janky old case i had before.
There are plenty of wire ties included, wiring that fits into the hokes easily, and the channels on the back panel jeep it all tucked away nice and neat.
This is a MUST buy for anyone looking to begin building a PC.
I recently chose this case for my build. Worked well with my build and didn't have any problems. Only problem was taking off the front glass panel, but that was easy fixed by pushing out the panel from the inside. Just take off the back cover and push it from the inside. Other than that 5/5.
I had upgraded my tower from yesteryear model to NZXT H510. I must say that this is very convenient to access anything on the motherboard as the SSDs, HDDs and PSU(SMPS) are tucked away to the other side (in the bottom cage).
Co-incidentally everything I have including, motherboard, heatsink, RAM, Graphics Cards are all Black/Red. So this case aesthetically pleasing.
Without water cooling and a fairly high degree of overclocking the CPU, the temperatures are still don't go over 70 degrees, very well thought out airflow and impressively designed chassis with plenty of vents.
4 out of 5
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Ease of Use
5 out of 5
I would recommend this to a friend
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Ease of Use
5 out of 5
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
Great case, my ASUS ROG STRIX 3080 fits great, cooling is good and quiet, I wish I would e went with the black and white but I rally don’t wanna deal with more cable management.
I just bought this case for my new Ryzen 5 2600X build. Right away I could tell that NZXT designers really thought this case design through. I found the case to be intuitive to work with. The finished build is great looking and very functional.
The cable management solution is very nice with the velcro straps for the main PSU cables and tons of anchor points for zip ties for other component wires like fans, etc. All of the cable mess is behind the motherboard panel and totally out of view even if you do a poor job with cable management.
The stock case fans were quiet, but I replaced them with my Corsair LL120 fans for top and rear exhaust, and two Corsair ML120 fans for intake.
The tempered glass panel is beautiful and mounts with only one thumb screw. This makes access to the inside very quick and easy. Just be careful as removing the panel can be tricky, and it is glass. The wire management side attaches with two thumb screws and is also easy to work with. I did, however, replace all the thumbscrews with better anodized versions. The stock screws are plastic gripped ones and looked cheap.
This case is very much worth the money over the low budget cases. I would definitely recommend it to a friend for any workstation or gaming machine within "normal" spec and moderate overclocks. If you plan to go nuts with overclocking components you may want to spend a little more for a case with more airflow or use water-cooling.
Pictured is the first one I bought, *It runs my TV. Just bought a second one today. I really like this case.
MCSE and CompTIA certs.
*Because I haven't found a Smart TV yet that is as versatile as Windows 10.
A:AnswerYes and easy way to check is to find the size of your motherboard for example Atx, Micro Atx, Mini Itx. Then find the size of your case this particular one is an atx midtower meaning it will fit motherboard sizes Atx and lower.
A:AnswerThere is, sadly, only one USB port on the front of the case and it comes with no others. Once you build your PC, your motherboard should contain 4-6 more USB ports for you to plug all of your external devices into.