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NZXT H510 Elite - Premium Mid-Tower ATX Case PC Gaming Case - Dual-Tempered Glass Panel - Front I/O USB Type-C Port - Vertical GPU Mount - Integrated RGB Lighting - Water-Cooling Ready - Black, CA-H510E-B1

Pros: - One of the most elegant PC cases that are currently on the market. - Cable management is very easy and extremely adaptive; however, modified cables with individually sleeved cables is strongly advised. - If you can get the Smart Case feature to work properly, then you can consider this feature a "pro". I had no issues, so YMMV. - It terms of airflow, this case is adequate. It provides enough intake and exhaust airflow so that at stock clocks (CPU & GPU), you definitely shouldn't run into any heating issues. - The provided fans do their job. Not the best, but definitely not the worst. I'll have to wait and see how they hold up in the long term. - If you're looking for a case that allows you to build a system relatively quickly without any modifications, then this case shouldn't cause any issues. - RGB lighting--the included LED strips pretty much function as they should. They are really bright right out of the box, so that any RGB lighting that you have will be "out shown" by the LED strips. However, they are adjustable via the CAM software, so it shouldn't be much of an issue. I am not really into RGB, so I can't really comment on the lighting aspects in regards to this case. I have a CPU cooler, motherboard, GPU and the top LED strip lit; all my fans are non-RGB functional.

Cons: - Price (obviously); although, NZXT's S340 Elite is a really good alternative if cost is an issue. - The Smart Hub & CAM software if you can't get it to work or have other issues. For my part, there was no tutorial (NZXT website), manual (booklet), etc. Basically I got it to work by trial and error. This issue particular issue is dependent on a lot of factors, such as other hardware used. If it really becomes an issue, the option of removing the Smart Hub is the better route (this would a "pro"). They really should sell this case at a lower price and without this feature. - Using RGB components from different manufacturers could cause a software issue. I ran into this problem between the CAM software and MSI Mystic's light software (not sure why they would be conflicting with each other). My solution was to install Mystic, configure the motherboard and GPU lighting, then delete the software (it remembered my settings). Finally, install CAM and use it as a primary lighting controller software.

Overall Review: One of the main issues that most builders seemed to face was the bar (cable management bar?) that ran through the entirety of the case. It is removable, but with a bulky 24-pin motherboard cable, this bar always caused some sort of issue. I thought I would avoid this issue by removing the bar, but removing also breaks the aesthetic look of the case. So I invested in some custom cables with individually sleeved cables--these made a world of difference. I didn't have to even remove the bar in order to install the 24-pin cable. The only visible cables I have are the 2 motherboard cables, 2 GPU cables and a single SSD cable as I mounted one in the front. Cable management is probably the best I've ever seen. Another issue is that of the Smart Case feature combined with the use of NZXT's CAM software. As I stated earlier, I got it work in the end via trial and error. Prior to that, my CPU and GPU temps were a bit high--nothing near throttling temperatures, but too high for my comfort. Once I was able to figure out the software and get all the associated hardware components working properly, CPU and GPU temps are really low, even under load, and most of all, the system as a whole is really quiet. Not sure this is an issue or caveat, but all my case fans and CPU AIO cooler is from NZXT (AER fans & X62 Kraken). With the CAM software working properly, my system airflow is properly adaptive in regards to what I am doing; adaptive settings are at what i set them to. The feature where the software "learns" your style of PC use--I never got it to work properly and it's just a pain to deal with and really is quite useless; unless of course you run benchmarks, which I do not use. At idle (no gaming, just browsing, etc.), my CPU (8600K) temps are usually below 30 Celsius and GPU (MSI GTX 1080 TI) temps are around 40 Celsius or less. Under heavy gaming load, the CPU generally hits around 50 Celsius, while the GPU hovers around 65 Celsius; my most demanding games are Witcher 3 and Ghost Recon Wildlands. If you are watercooling your components, then you should be good to go. The build quality is one of the best I've seen. It is a full metal build, with a plastic top panel and a metal front panel with plastic tabs. As long as care is take when opening and closing the panels, there shouldn't be any issues. The quick release function for the back/side? panel is extremely easy and user friendly. With all the components, it becomes pretty heavy, so care is required when moving the case around. TL:DR If you can get everything to work properly, then this case is going to be a good fit for you--I suggest using an NZXT AIO CPU cooler (maybe case fans as well?), just for seamless integration. If you want a simple plug and play solution, then this case might give some issues, especially with the Smart Case feature (remove the Smart Hub and most of your issues should disappear). I still think the case is priced a bit high, but if you are willing to pay the asking price, then you won't feel letdown; it has pretty decent airflow design, excellent cable management (custom cables is a must), a solid build and I think one, of the best cases aesthetically. Overall, I would recommend this case if you're willing to work with/around its issues.

Sours: https://www.newegg.com/matte-black-nzxt-h-series-h510-elite-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811146321

NZXT H510 Elite - Premium Mid-Tower ATX Case PC Gaming Case - Dual-Tempered Glass Panel - Front I/O USB Type-C Port - Vertical GPU Mount - Integrated RGB Lighting - Water-Cooling Ready - White/Black, CA-H510E-W1

Pros: - One of the most elegant PC cases that are currently on the market. - Cable management is very easy and extremely adaptive; however, modified cables with individually sleeved cables is strongly advised. - If you can get the Smart Case feature to work properly, then you can consider this feature a "pro". I had no issues, so YMMV. - It terms of airflow, this case is adequate. It provides enough intake and exhaust airflow so that at stock clocks (CPU & GPU), you definitely shouldn't run into any heating issues. - The provided fans do their job. Not the best, but definitely not the worst. I'll have to wait and see how they hold up in the long term. - If you're looking for a case that allows you to build a system relatively quickly without any modifications, then this case shouldn't cause any issues. - RGB lighting--the included LED strips pretty much function as they should. They are really bright right out of the box, so that any RGB lighting that you have will be "out shown" by the LED strips. However, they are adjustable via the CAM software, so it shouldn't be much of an issue. I am not really into RGB, so I can't really comment on the lighting aspects in regards to this case. I have a CPU cooler, motherboard, GPU and the top LED strip lit; all my fans are non-RGB functional.

Cons: - Price (obviously); although, NZXT's S340 Elite is a really good alternative if cost is an issue. - The Smart Hub & CAM software if you can't get it to work or have other issues. For my part, there was no tutorial (NZXT website), manual (booklet), etc. Basically I got it to work by trial and error. This issue particular issue is dependent on a lot of factors, such as other hardware used. If it really becomes an issue, the option of removing the Smart Hub is the better route (this would a "pro"). They really should sell this case at a lower price and without this feature. - Using RGB components from different manufacturers could cause a software issue. I ran into this problem between the CAM software and MSI Mystic's light software (not sure why they would be conflicting with each other). My solution was to install Mystic, configure the motherboard and GPU lighting, then delete the software (it remembered my settings). Finally, install CAM and use it as a primary lighting controller software.

Overall Review: One of the main issues that most builders seemed to face was the bar (cable management bar?) that ran through the entirety of the case. It is removable, but with a bulky 24-pin motherboard cable, this bar always caused some sort of issue. I thought I would avoid this issue by removing the bar, but removing also breaks the aesthetic look of the case. So I invested in some custom cables with individually sleeved cables--these made a world of difference. I didn't have to even remove the bar in order to install the 24-pin cable. The only visible cables I have are the 2 motherboard cables, 2 GPU cables and a single SSD cable as I mounted one in the front. Cable management is probably the best I've ever seen. Another issue is that of the Smart Case feature combined with the use of NZXT's CAM software. As I stated earlier, I got it work in the end via trial and error. Prior to that, my CPU and GPU temps were a bit high--nothing near throttling temperatures, but too high for my comfort. Once I was able to figure out the software and get all the associated hardware components working properly, CPU and GPU temps are really low, even under load, and most of all, the system as a whole is really quiet. Not sure this is an issue or caveat, but all my case fans and CPU AIO cooler is from NZXT (AER fans & X62 Kraken). With the CAM software working properly, my system airflow is properly adaptive in regards to what I am doing; adaptive settings are at what i set them to. The feature where the software "learns" your style of PC use--I never got it to work properly and it's just a pain to deal with and really is quite useless; unless of course you run benchmarks, which I do not use. At idle (no gaming, just browsing, etc.), my CPU (8600K) temps are usually below 30 Celsius and GPU (MSI GTX 1080 TI) temps are around 40 Celsius or less. Under heavy gaming load, the CPU generally hits around 50 Celsius, while the GPU hovers around 65 Celsius; my most demanding games are Witcher 3 and Ghost Recon Wildlands. If you are watercooling your components, then you should be good to go. The build quality is one of the best I've seen. It is a full metal build, with a plastic top panel and a metal front panel with plastic tabs. As long as care is take when opening and closing the panels, there shouldn't be any issues. The quick release function for the back/side? panel is extremely easy and user friendly. With all the components, it becomes pretty heavy, so care is required when moving the case around. TL:DR If you can get everything to work properly, then this case is going to be a good fit for you--I suggest using an NZXT AIO CPU cooler (maybe case fans as well?), just for seamless integration. If you want a simple plug and play solution, then this case might give some issues, especially with the Smart Case feature (remove the Smart Hub and most of your issues should disappear). I still think the case is priced a bit high, but if you are willing to pay the asking price, then you won't feel letdown; it has pretty decent airflow design, excellent cable management (custom cables is a must), a solid build and I think one, of the best cases aesthetically. Overall, I would recommend this case if you're willing to work with/around its issues.

Sours: https://www.newegg.com/matte-white-nzxt-h-series-h510-elite-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811146322
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H510 Elite

Tech Specs

Key Specs

  • Mini-ITX, MicroATX, ATX

  • Compact Mid-Tower

  • SGCC Steel, Tempered Glass

Dimensions

  • 460mm / 18.11 inches

  • 210mm / 8.27 inches

  • 428mm / 16.85 inches

  • 7.5 kg / 16.53 lb

Compatibility & Clearance

  • 165mm

  • 338 - 368mm

  • 60mm

  • 50.8mm

  • 19 - 23mm

Front I/O Ports

Smart Device

  • 3 (10W max per channel)

  • 2 (Support up to 40 LEDs)

Expansion Slots

Drive Bays

Fan Support

  • 2 x 120mm / 2 x 140mm

  • 1 x 120mm / 1 x 140mm

  • 1 x 120mm

  • All air intakes

Radiator Support

Fan Specs

  • Aer RGB 2 140mm

  • 500 - 1,500 ± 300RPM

  • 30.39 - 91.19 CFM

  • 0.17 - 1.52 mm-H₂O

  • 22 - 33 dBA

  • 4-pin PWM

Fan Specs

  • Aer P 140mm (Case Version)

  • 1,000 ± 200RPM

  • 68.95 CFM

  • 28 dBA

  • 3-pin

Fan Specs

  • Aer P 120mm (Case Version)

  • 1,200 ± 200RPM

  • 50.42 CFM

  • 28 dBA

  • 3-pin

General

  • 2 Years

  • CA-H510E-W1

  • 815671015112

  • 5060301695294

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Help & Support

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Help and Support

Sours: https://nzxt.com/en-US/product/h510-elite
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