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NZXT Black H510 Mid Tower Windowed PC Gaming Case - £60.47 Delivered @ Scan
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NZXT Black H510 Mid Tower Windowed PC Gaming Case - £60.47 Delivered @ Scan

£60.47£71.7616%Scan Deals
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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Part of Scan's early black friday deals. Price includes £5.48 for standard delivery. I have the case and was a dream to build in and looks great.
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White version also available!
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Ffs.. just bought the h500i yesterday for£79.99 as well..
is that saying it comes with fans or that it supports 2 fans
moneychop22/11/2019 13:44

is that saying it comes with fans or that it supports 2 fans


It comes with 2 fans
What’s the best fan set up for this?
2 exhaust fans only at rear is the best for this case.
AJ1022/11/2019 14:00

What’s the best fan set up for this?


From a number of my own tests, which I went overboard on, I went for two exhaust fans at rear/top, and a third as intake bottom front. For this to work, I had to blank the fan hole front top (used red mirror coated card cut to size and taped in).

To get the airflow such that it did not fill with dust too quick I had to play with fan profiles and tape a couple of holes on the bottom of the case.

I have the white one, with a red and black theme inside and RGB fans /mb / gtx card set on red breathing... Best case I've ever had imo. If I get a chance I will take a couple of pics when home next.

Case is very easy to build in, can allow for a very clean cable management setup if you take your time.

I paid 70, great deal
Edited by: "rendeverance" 22nd Nov 2019
Well just checked I have the h500, not 510, but apparently the only difference is the usb c port on the front...

Anyway there is some information on fan placement here -


I went one step further then them experimenting with three and four fans... And decided on the three described above...
I have organised the fan profiles with the front fan (which is more acoustically shielded) running slightly faster than the two rear ones, certainly at idle. I did this to maintain almost neutral pressure (slightly positive) at idle, moving to a slight negative as the load becomes greater. The gfx card actually provides my negative in this case as it's a blower card, again with a custom profile.

The front fan helps cool the gfx more... I am running a r7 2700 at 3.9 all core which never breaks 60c on a 20 quid gammax GT, along with an undervolted and overclocked 5700xt blower, that with my custom fan profile never sees over 86c on its hotspot after two hours torture test.

The fans are all gammax ones the same as supplied with the GT cooler... The system is almost silent most of the time and never 'loud' unless benching for a long time. In games it's barely audible, especially given you would usually hear your game itself) unless I get onto the floor next to it.
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These pics are not great but not near the thing , you get the idea tho
Edited by: "rendeverance" 22nd Nov 2019
Bloody hell, great deal.
Wonderful case.
rendeverance22/11/2019 16:37

Well just checked I have the h500, not 510, but apparently the only …Well just checked I have the h500, not 510, but apparently the only difference is the usb c port on the front...Anyway there is some information on fan placement here - [Video] I went one step further then them experimenting with three and four fans... And decided on the three described above...I have organised the fan profiles with the front fan (which is more acoustically shielded) running slightly faster than the two rear ones, certainly at idle. I did this to maintain almost neutral pressure (slightly positive) at idle, moving to a slight negative as the load becomes greater. The gfx card actually provides my negative in this case as it's a blower card, again with a custom profile.The front fan helps cool the gfx more... I am running a r7 2700 at 3.9 all core which never breaks 60c on a 20 quid gammax GT, along with an undervolted and overclocked 5700xt blower, that with my custom fan profile never sees over 86c on its hotspot after two hours torture test.The fans are all gammax ones the same as supplied with the GT cooler... The system is almost silent most of the time and never 'loud' unless benching for a long time. In games it's barely audible, especially given you would usually hear your game itself) unless I get onto the floor next to it.[Image] [Image] [Image] These pics are not great but not near the thing , you get the idea tho


Wow I really appreciate the effort thanks mate.
AJ1022/11/2019 17:05

Wow I really appreciate the effort thanks mate.


I just had a lot of fun building my pc a few months back, since I only build every 5-7 years I put a lot of effort in, and if it benefits someone else it's a bonus
This is an absolute bargain for this case.
ResveZ22/11/2019 22:11

This is an absolute bargain for this case.


It's actually a great case as you say... A great deal of people have a problem with negative pressure as it can cause more dust issues than positive but if you set it up so the negative is only under load and you tape the bottom of the case... You get an extremely capable case for sure (same applies with a non blower card as with slightly varied fan profiles same was true with a non reference 390 before I took delivery of the 5700xt)

I've played with and built in cases more than twice the price in the past and this really is the easiest I've built in!
Edited by: "rendeverance" 22nd Nov 2019
rendeverance22/11/2019 22:15

It's actually a great case as you say... A great deal of people have a …It's actually a great case as you say... A great deal of people have a problem with negative pressure as it can cause more dust issues than positive but if you set it up so the negative is only under load and you tape the bottom of the case... You get an extremely capable case for sure (same applies with a non blower card as with slightly varied fan profiles same was true with a non reference 390 before I took delivery of the 5700xt)I've played with and built in cases more than twice the price in the past and this really is the easiest I've built in!


I have built 2 high-end machines on this same case and find it super easy to build. It also has an amazing build quality.
An extra gold star for making cable management easy.
I personally don't use it. I rock one of the best cases ever made (imo), the Air 540.
But that is on a different price range.
ResveZ22/11/2019 22:27

I have built 2 high-end machines on this same case and find it super easy … I have built 2 high-end machines on this same case and find it super easy to build. It also has an amazing build quality.An extra gold star for making cable management easy.I personally don't use it. I rock one of the best cases ever made (imo), the Air 540.But that is on a different price range.


Def. A diff price range, lovely case tho...

Seen one in the flesh but avoided the wider aspect due to the space I had and couldn't justify the extra 50 myself... You water cooling?

Would be interested to see if having it on its side would make any difference to cooling (considering convection)
Edited by: "rendeverance" 22nd Nov 2019
rendeverance22/11/2019 23:18

Def. A diff price range, lovely case tho... Seen one in the flesh …Def. A diff price range, lovely case tho... Seen one in the flesh but avoided the wider aspect due to the space I had and couldn't justify the extra 50 myself... You water cooling?Would be interested to see if having it on its side would make any difference to cooling (considering convection)


39079658.jpgI still use a X99 paired with a 5820K, 32Gb RAM.
The GPU is a 2080Ti and as you can see I use two AIO's (240mm and 140mm) to deal with the heat The case deals with it fine and Ive got enough space for the soundcard, 2 HDD's, and 3 SSD's.
Max temps are 60° on my setup.
All of this and a breeze to work with and looks tidy with minimal effort.
Edited by: "ResveZ" 23rd Nov 2019
ResveZ22/11/2019 23:54

[Image] I still use a X99 paired with a 5820K, 32Gb RAM.The GPU is a …[Image] I still use a X99 paired with a 5820K, 32Gb RAM.The GPU is a 2080Ti and as you can see I use two AIO's (240mm and 140mm) to deal with the heat The case deals with it fine and Ive got enough space for the soundcard, 2 HDD's, and 3 SSD's.Max temps are 60° on my setup.All of this and a breeze to work with and looks tidy with minimal effort.


Sexy build mate case swallows those two AIOs with ease as you say.

2080ti, jealous much, costs nearly my entire build budget

I think I did ok in June (July for gfx) to get the 2700, x470, 32gb, 500gb m.2 and 1tb sata ssds, 5700xt, platinum supply, etc for 1200 all in... Would love to have had the budget to punch a bit further though on the gpu and cooling fronts (not that my temps are bad at all)... I only game at 1440p though so would have possibly been overkill, but I do also use a WMR headset on occasion.
Edited by: "rendeverance" 23rd Nov 2019
rendeverance23/11/2019 10:00

Sexy build mate case swallows those two AIOs with ease as you …Sexy build mate case swallows those two AIOs with ease as you say.2080ti, jealous much, costs nearly my entire build budget I think I did ok in June (July for gfx) to get the 2700, x470, 32gb, 500gb m.2 and 1tb sata ssds, 5700xt, platinum supply, etc for 1200 all in... Would love to have had the budget to punch a bit further though on the gpu and cooling fronts (not that my temps are bad at all)... I only game at 1440p though so would have possibly been overkill, but I do also use a WMR headset on occasion.


I built this PC back in 10/14. Paired with a 980. 1080p144
Gaming, Adobe, it crushed everything.
Then upgraded to a 1080Ti and later got a 3440x1440p100 monitor. The 1080Ti didn't cut it on Ultrawide so I got the 2080Ti. Luckily the mining craze meant the 1080Ti was worth more a year later then when I bought it .
By saving on upgrading the mobo/cpu I was able to invest in GPU only over the years
This or meshify C?
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