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NZXT H1 Small Form-Factor ITX Case $524.90 + $82 Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon UK via AU

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Cheapest I’ve seen so far, especially with Prime. Local stores are selling it for $620.

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    So tempting…

    • +1 vote

      I got excited and thought it was a deal an Xbox Series X for a second lol

  • +9 votes

    Shame NZXT doesn't sell just the case on its own yet, as I already have spare PSUs and coolers laying around, and the case itself looks great.

  • +9 votes

    Iam getting a bit of an xbox series x vibe from this…

    • +7 votes

      This was out before the series X, I think series X copied this for sure

      • +9 votes

        Impossible. Xbox literally has the name Box in it.

      • -4 votes

        Lol this came out when the xbox SX was already announced and the pictures were already out there… Basically every youtube vid used the phrase xbox copy or similar to get clicks and views…

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    Can be had for $570 according to staticice. But that is an SA store.

    • +2 votes

      You can pay for Prime by the month which is about $6, so this is cheaper

  • +1 vote

    I'd probably jump for it if I didn't have a 3080 on its way or need to buy a mITX mobo. Looks quite nice.

    Useful chart https://blog.nzxt.com/nvidia-geforce-rtx-30-series-case-comp...

    • +5 votes

      That list is inaccurate, even though it’s from nzxt’s own site. There’s a thread on reddit and plenty examples of the 3080 and 3090 working in a H1 with decent thermal performance.

      • +3 votes

        Yep. I have an Asus TUF OC 3080 in mine. With the stock fan curve it never goes above 75C.

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          Hey, just wondering what the rest of your build is like? Pretty tempted in something similar but worried about the 650W PSU.

          • +1 vote

            @Unselected: Asus ROG STRIX B450-I
            AMD Ryzen 7 3700x
            2x 16GB 3200MHz CL16
            Samsung 970 Evo Plus 1 TB NVME SSD
            Crucial P1 1 TB NVME SSD in second slot
            Crucial 1TB SATA SSD from my old PC
            Asus TUF OC RTX 3080

            I have added 3x Noctua A4x20 PWM fans in the GPU area to assist with exhaust, and replaced the NZXT 140mm radiator fan with a Noctua A12x25 PWM. It's a 120mm fan, but pushes just as much air and is much quieter.

            Using a power meter plugged into the wall and I have never seen my system pull more than 500W.

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              @sickburn: Looks great, will keep that all in mind.

              Thanks for the info :)

    • +3 votes

      See https://bit.ly/32k0qIw for a list of compatible and incompatible 30xx GPUs for this case :)

    • +1 vote

      I have the same case and a 3080 tuf oc in it.

      I know below 3 3080 fits well

      msi ventus
      Asus tuf (oc)
      EVGA xc3

      more of the 3070 will fits nicely like gigabyte ones

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        Hey, just wondering what the rest of your build is like? Pretty tempted in something similar but worried about the 650W PSU.

        Edit: Scrolled down some more and saw you posted them already, thanks :)

  • +2 votes

    They were sold out of Xboxes so I got you this instead. Merry Christmas love Grandma

    • +3 votes

      It doesn't turn on Grandma, is it broken? Air flow was very elegant though.

      • +2 votes

        It's not broken, it just doesn't turn grandma on.

  • +42 votes

    If you're like me stumbling upon this thinking 'hold on, a case for $570?'

    It's not just a case it includes a "650W SFX-L 80Plus Gold Fully Modular Power Supply (NP-S650M)", a "140mm AIO Liquid Cooler"

    Similar PSU for about $130AUD for a similar PSU from what I can find

    Only 140mm AIO I can find is just under $130AUD as well

    So that's $260 of added parts, which makes this more like a boutique ITX case for about $310.

    So there's still a premium here but not by as much as it initially seems, still quite a lot compared to other ITX cases, but it is a very small form factor, so there you go. For perspective a Cooler Master NR200 is $80 so this is nearly 4 times the cost for that size reduction.

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      Is the psu limited to the slim type?

    • +7 votes

      Thanks for the clarification, this is the very comment I was looking for ! Your post saved me from doing a confused googling session.

      • +1 vote

        Same, thanks for this

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      Also I suggest ppl take a good look at a build video. Its magnificent. I have a cheaper ITX case and whilst it works it was not fun to build in…

    • +4 votes

      Isn't the NR200 $110?

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        Quite a different case

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        Yes, or NR200P (incl. mesh and glass panels, 2x120mm fans, PCIe 3.0 riser) for $149. I bought that just before the last NZXT H1 deal. Love it as a case and more customizable if you're into fiddling with cable management, air cooling, bigger cards, etc. If you want a well made all-inclusive case then the NZXT H1 is very hard to beat. Excellent design and tiny footprint with pretty comparable price once other components are factored in

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      Isn’t it also prewired.

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        Prewired in what sense

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          along with pre-routed cables that make it easy to manage the clutter and cut down on build time.

          Not sure, it implies that some sata power cables are prerouted.

    • +2 votes

      you definitely forget to mention the pcei cable riser, which at least cost another 40 dollars at least.

      this was considered in a lot of reviews which initially also consider its over priced. but after break up the bill, you pretty much just pay extra 100 dollars for a better quality/design case. and save you at least 1 - 2 hours time with a clean cable management.

    • +3 votes

      This is embarrassing, my apologies, some of my numbers are incorrect I had accidentally gone to the US pcpartpicker site, hence all my dollars are off.

      Total price here $607.2AUD ($525.20 + $82, or free on prime as noted), so potentially up to 12% off before postage on the best price I can find, 16.5% off retail (retail price seems to be $629AUD pre postage)

      The cheapest SFX PSU I can find, is $169AUD it is a Silverstone SX650-G from JW.com.au, or $159AUD from umart but it's out of stock, let's use the in stock price for right now then

      I did find a cheaper 140mm AIO a Cooler Master Nepton 140XL for $89 at PC Byte, however this is an older model so again, the cheapest I can find abundantly is a NZXT Kraken X42 Rev 2 at PLE for $169. However, this is less a performance issue, more a packaging one, so keep in mind a 120mm AIO could be had for as low as $69, or more typically around $100, so +/- $69 on the final count if you factor that in.

      Now if I factor out the postage, this case is $525.2 -($169 PSU and $169 AIO) = $187.20AUD

      So now on top of the fact my NR200 price was off, it can be found for $109, this is only a $78.20 premium on top of that.

      To be fair, other cheap ITX cases can be had, such as the Cooler Master Elite 110 or Silverstone SG13 for around $60 but even then the additional cost is about $120, not around $240 as I had indicated previously, comparing to the NR200.

      https://au.pcpartpicker.com/ not https://pcpartpicker.com/ my mistake, apologies once again!

      EDIT Final: Comment above me mentions a PCIe riser cable, I had considered this originally but decided not to factor it in because make ITX cases either come with these or a 90 degree daughter PCIe board as a matter of necessity for it's form factor, see the Silverstone RV03 as a good example. Other ITX case options don't need this, but it is another reason for the case costing more, that is a fair point.

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    I'd like to add that this case may fit some of the newer Nvidia RTX GPU so caution about the size.

    Also it as a riser cable which is PCEI 3.0 which may cause some issues with some motherboards if you are going for the newer B550 or X570 motherboards (although I hear some manufacturers giving firmware updates to fix this)

    • +2 votes

      Most main boards you can set the pcie bus to auto/3.0/4.0. And plenty of working examples of 3000 series RTX cards running in a h1 on reddit.

      • +1 vote

        I don't recall exactly where, but pretty sure I saw reddit posts with a PCIe 4.0 riser people were using with the H1. Could search and find that brand. Minimal performance difference with RTX 3xxx but if it's important, there are solutions.

    • +1 vote

      it can barely fit a full size rtx 3080 asus tuf, anything bigger wont.

  • +1 vote

    wait. $500 for just the case?

    • +10 votes

      incorrect; this has an integrated 650W PSU, 140mm AIO Watercooler & PCIe 3.0 High-Speed Riser card.

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    Considering the PSU is built in does it come with an UK plug or an AU plug?

    • +7 votes

      It's a standard SFX PSU which takes any normal cord you may want to use.

    • +2 votes

      PSU has IEC kettle cord, not hard wired if that's what you mean

  • +1 vote

    These are brilliant cases, the layout and ease of build combined with good airflow make it my favourite mini-itx case I have ever used in a build. To top it off they look great. The only negative is really the front Perspex, I think that should have just been more mesh.

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      If it was perspex you could drill ventilation holes in it, but it's actually tempered glass.

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    I have wanted this for a long time but my MSI 1080ti Gaming X 16gb doesn't fit in it.

    • +1 vote

      I’ve got a MSI 1080ti Gaming X in my H1 case right now, fits fine even with the filter panel on, and the temps are still great.

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        WHAT?! But the dimensions on the spec sheet… Do you mind sharing some pictures mate?

  • +1 vote

    For a moment i thought damn that's a good price for a Series X

  • +1 vote

    At this price I would go an XSX for $750 instead and use web apps for productivity.

    Yes, it should be able to fit a 5950X and a smaller 3090/6900 XT, but the PSU will need an upgrade. A metalfish s5 is smaller, should have better thermals if configured right and can potentially fit a 240mm rad. It should also be significantly quieter with the right fans.

    • +1 vote

      Yes, it should be able to fit a 5950X and a smaller 3090/6900 XT, but the PSU will need an upgrade

      So if I'm wanting to spend $4k on cpu and gpu I'm going to have to pay extra to upgrade the PSU? What am I, made of money?

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        I have two computers that could both use upgrades. I can't justify a 3600X build when an XSX is 750 all in. So I might do a XSX for my desktop (using web apps) with something like a 48" LG CX and a 5950X + 6900 XT (if reviewers bench marks match AMD's) for the gaming PC on the TV. I would use a metalfish S5 over the H1 as thermals will be better, it will be smaller and cost several hundred less.

        • +4 votes

          You'll use a console as your desktop and a desktop as your console? That's progressive

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            @MaxDong69: All I use my desktop for is light gaming, browsing and web apps. I loose cheat engine for single player games. The money I save over a PC I can upgrade my monitor to something silly like an LG CX.

            The games I play on my TV will look significantly better and run smoother at 4k with a PC compared to a XSX.

            I know it sounds silly. I just can't fathom spending $500 on just a 5600X when I can get a complete 5600 based system for $750.

            I haven't decided, and won't, until availability stops being a problem.

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              @This Guy:

              All I use my desktop for is light gaming, browsing and web apps. I loose cheat engine for single player games. The money I save over a PC I can upgrade my monitor to something silly like an LG CX.

              You're thinking of downgrading from a proper desktop experience to using a browser on a game console. And using an OLED tv as a giant monitor when there isn't even simple side-by-side multitasking or scaling options on the XSX. And it will only cost a few thousand dollars. Makes sense 🙂

              P.S. The XSX cpu is zen 2, not zen 3 like the 5600X

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                @MaxDong69:

                The XSX cpu is zen 2, not zen 3 like the 5600X

                I just noticed.

                30% down on a 5600X is fine for desktop. It's still significantly faster than my old Intel quadcore and I get a significant graphics upgrade in an ITX gaming sized package.

                A good portion of my browsing is watching videos. Multitasking is limited to playing a simple game while watching videos, which I can do on my phone. I don't know about you, but I would rather watch videos at full screen. The other multitasking is running cheat engine to play around in single player games, which I don't need.

                The other option would be a 5950 ITX build and keep it for ~7 years like my current system. But I would much rather improve my experience with a significant monitor upgrade for a similar spend.

                I am not 100% sold on the idea, but with my usage of my desktop over the last few years I am not seeing any real draw backs.

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    Thic Xbox look a like

    • +1 vote

      Thicc

  • +1 vote

    Does anyone know how easy or difficult the warranty process may be through Amazon for this case?

    I'm wondering if buying at a higher price from a local store is more worthwhile, given how their processes may be more direct

    EDIT: Also considering this is sold and shipped by Amazon UK

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      not worth for saving 20 bucks i think.

      • +1 vote

        It's $100 saving with Prime. Even if you don't have prime worth signing up to it and still works out much cheaper.

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          and I would rather deal with Amazon for any warranty issues than any local stores.

        • +1 vote

          but its a shame that no white one is available.

  •  

    thanks OP, just picked one up myself.

  • +2 votes

    I still dump my new builds into zalman GS1000 full tower I bought back in 2015 for 50 bucks on clearance from computer alliance…
    No glass wall, but my case is open 24/7 anyway :)

  • +1 vote

    great case, just bought mine from local mwave for 629. I would suggest to grab from local (not only mwave has stock for this price) store instead of saving 20 dollars..

    now it has a Asus rtx 3080 tuf oc in it, fits perfectly and temp runs well.

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      do you have a spec list for your pc

      • +2 votes

        CPU: I7 10700f $449 mwave
        MB: Gigabyte GA-Z490I-AORUS-ULTRA $329 skycomp
        RAM: Corsair vengeance 16GB 3600mhz $119 mwave
        GPU: Asus RTX 3080 TUF OC $1550 facebook
        SSD: Samsung Evo 970 1TB NVMe 1.3 M.2 $189 mwave
        CASE: NZXT H1 $629 mwave

        • +2 votes

          Is your build happy with the stock 650W PSU? If so I'm gonna grab it, I've been hesitant because the newer GPUs are recommending higher wattage, I think the setup is probably 50W short of 650?

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            @protagonist: I am also interested in this. All of the videos I've seen on youtube don't recommend even the 3070 in this case due to overheating and PSU, let alone a 3080. FYI, I bought the case (thanks OP!)

  •  

    Money and compatibility wise your better off with an NR200… However if you want your cabling to be neat then get this… Having built in the NR200 it is a frikin nightmare to try and make some of the cabling neat…

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      this vs NR200 - essentially for different target markets.

      I am using H400i at the moment, but now seriously consider this H1.

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        Yes and no, both are itx, NR200 gives you more flexibility in what can fit in there but at the cost of old school cabling that has nowhere to go other than shortest path or somewhere out of the fans way… H1 is an easy diy where all the major things are thought out and done for u… But still itx and small foot print.. NR200 value wise had H1 beat.. H1 with its smaller foot print ala xboxSX and practicality has the NR200 beat… End of the day If you want to build a monster gaming pc with high end gpu n CPU U'll need the PSU flexibility and down right space and cooling options of the NR, otherwise H1 if you have prime the 80 in shipping isn't worth the hassle.

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        I was originally in the market for the H1 but ended up buying the NR200 as there were too many compromises with this case I couldn't be bothered with. Personally I think H1 is a better looking case though.

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    If only there was a bigger wattage PSU in it and PCIE-4

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    At that price I would expect the case to be aluminum.

  • +1 vote

    Built the h210i few months back, would've bought this if it was available - quite a bit more subtle.

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    Think it has an Australian power cable for the PSU? Been waiting for this case to go down in price. Still iffy if I want to pair it with the new GPUs coming out with their 'recommended' wattage being above 650W.

  •  

    Similar sized case, but way prettier and cheaper, A$89 https://www.ple.com.au/Products/638217/Jonsbo-U1-Plus-Silver...

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      thermals on that case look horrific

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        Don't put 3080 in it?

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          For someone who wants a case that takes up very little desk space but doesn't want to compromise on performance, the H1 is hard to beat. I've seen people stuff a Ryzen 3950 and RTX 3090 in them.

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    Price dropped to $489.30.
    Can also add 3% Amazon gift card + Shopback / cashrewards.
    I think great deal for anyone that is looking for an ITX case for 3070,

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    Deal gone now?

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    NZXT have a recall for this case due to a safety issue

    https://www.reddit.com/r/NZXT/comments/k26whj/h1_safety_issu...