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NZXT H500i Compact ATX Mid-Tower Case £79.99 at Amazon
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NZXT H500i Compact ATX Mid-Tower Case £79.99 at Amazon

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Posted 1st Dec 2019

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This is the model with the RGB LED strip included, great price, was about to purchase on Black Friday for £99.99! Great looking case with a tempered glass panel. Really good case for easy cable management.
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Isnt the newer model (h510) available for £50
moneychop01/12/2019 16:59

Isnt the newer model (h510) available for £50


This is the i version though. Comes with build in RGB strips and fan controller.

I agree that for £55 the newer H510 makes much more sense, as with the money saved you could add an RGB LED strip easily.
moneychop01/12/2019 16:59

Isnt the newer model (h510) available for £50


Yeah it is, same as the H500. However this is the model with the strip pre-installed so it was always a bit more. The H510 and H500 are essentially the same case minus the USB-C on the 510. I'd rather have the H500 though as I'd rather have the two regular USB on the front as I don't have a need for the USB-C.

Personal preference really depending on your needs and if you want the strip.
Edited by: "KyleGM" 1st Dec 2019
moneychop01/12/2019 16:59

Isnt the newer model (h510) available for £50


Just under 60 delivered. I've just ordered the white one from Scan 5 minutes ago lol
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Edited by: "mymymy" 1st Dec 2019
Does the " compact" aspect make some things unachievable over a non compact Case?
I find the AMD's need some additional cooling, so case size needs to fit in a H100i in comfortably / this looks big enough(not done the google though).
Edited by: "Muzzzzzzz" 1st Dec 2019
I have this and it's great. I set up the lights so they reflect the temp of my GPU (from blue to red), you have to buy a seperate ribbon cable to mount the GFX card on the side (and it needs to be the blower type).
Meathotukdeals01/12/2019 17:25

Does the " compact" aspect make some things unachievable over a non …Does the " compact" aspect make some things unachievable over a non compact Case?


Compact means it is just smaller than an average atx mid tower case in terms of external dimensions. So you will still be able to fit a normal ATX sized motherboard/system into this case
ToxicHazard01/12/2019 20:48

Compact means it is just smaller than an average atx mid tower case in …Compact means it is just smaller than an average atx mid tower case in terms of external dimensions. So you will still be able to fit a normal ATX sized motherboard/system into this case


I have this case and can confirm. I fit an ATX motherboard, dual fan GPU, large PSU and multiple 140cm fans with room to spare. Temps could be better, but are never in the danger zone, tested in positive and negative pressure setups. Cable management isn't cramped, either.
Muzzzzzzz01/12/2019 17:53

I find the AMD's need some additional cooling, so case size needs to fit …I find the AMD's need some additional cooling, so case size needs to fit in a H100i in comfortably / this looks big enough(not done the google though).



If you're talking about AMD CPUs, there should be absolutely no need for watercooling if you're running it stock. In fact, any brand of CPU at stock should not need any additional cooling. The included heatsink/fan will suffice. CPUs are designed to operate at temperatures upwards of 95 degrees C safely.

My H200 (Mini ITX version of this case) has a H100i platinum in it, so I can pretty much guarantee this'll fit a 240mm radiator. Only thing you'll need to think about is usb2.0 internal headers on your motherboard.
Edited by: "LozzieWills" 2nd Dec 2019
Muzzzzzzz01/12/2019 17:53

I find the AMD's need some additional cooling, so case size needs to fit …I find the AMD's need some additional cooling, so case size needs to fit in a H100i in comfortably / this looks big enough(not done the google though).


I have a Ryzen 2700x and a 2080 Super in this case with the standard air cooler on the CPU (wraith IIRC), no AIO, and the CPU hasn't hit above 75 on any game or benchmark.

The case is great due to the CAM integration.

It is also very solid with the window being really easy to remove.
I got the White H500i from Scan , just finishing my 3700X & 2080 Super build. Delivery of my CPU needs to hurry up
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