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NZXT H510 Flow - CA-H52FB-01 - 紧凑型 ATX 中塔 PC 游戏盒 - 穿孔前板 - 钢化玻璃侧板 - 电缆管理系统 - 水冷就绪 - 黑色
NZXT H510 Flow - CA-H52FB-01 - Compact ATX Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case - Perforated Front Panel - Tempered Glass Side Panel - Cable Management System - Water-Cooling Ready - Black

4.7 颗星,最多 5 颗星 26,880 评论
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H510 Flow
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  • 高性能空气流动:多孔前面板和两个Aer F 120mm 风扇提供卓越的气流和改善温度。
  • 现代:前面板上的 USB 3.1 Gen 2 兼容 USB-C 连接器,将*新的智能手机,高速外部存储或*新的外围设备连接到您的电脑,比以往任何时候都更容易
  • 美观:干净、现代的设计、标志性的电缆管理杆和不间断的钢化玻璃侧板是令人惊叹的完美建筑。
  • 为所有人享受构建: 获得*的电缆路由套件带有预安装的通道和带子,使布线变得简单、直观和方便。
  • 母板支持:Mini-ITX、Micro-ATX 和 ATX
    • HIGH PERFORMANCE AIRFLOW: The perforated front panel and two Aer F 120mm fans deliver superior airflow and improved temperatures.
    • MODERN: With a USB 3.1 Gen 2 compatible USB-C connector on the front panel, it’s easier than ever to connect the newest smartphones, high-speed external storage, or the latest peripherals to your PC
    • STILL BEAUTIFUL : The clean, modern design, iconic cable management bar, and uninterrupted tempered-glass side panel are ideal for a stunning build.
    • ENJOYABLE BUILDS FOR ALL: The patented cable routing kit with pre-installed channels and straps makes wiring easy and intuitive and easy.


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NZXT H510 Flow - CA-H52FB-01 - 紧凑型 ATX 中塔 PC 游戏盒 - 穿孔前板 - 钢化玻璃侧板 - 电缆管理系统 - 水冷就绪 - 黑色



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这款紧凑的中塔式机箱是高性能建筑的理想外壳,并配有穿孔侧板,最大化气流。 H510 易于构建,为各种 ATX 零件提供灵活性。




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美国亚马逊: 4.1 颗星,最多 5 颗星 2,319 条评论
JM Fisk
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Excellent case for smaller or older PC builds
2022年11月5日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
JM Fisk
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Excellent case for smaller or older PC builds
评论于 2022年11月5日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
For the TL;DR Attention Deficit folks:
This is an excellent case for older or smaller component build outs. Cable management is great and air flow is more than adequate for modest builds.

Longer Review:
I'm becoming more and more of a fanboy of NZXT cases. Overall, they are well designed, good looking, well made, with clean cable management and adequate cooling. This particular case is the smaller sibling of the H710i case, which I recently used for a high-end photo/video editing rig. Both cases are wonderful.

- Tool-less case access
- No sharp corners ;-)
- Excellent cable routing
- Roomy enough for an ATX MB with all the trimmings, including modern, reasonably large GPU's
- Reasonably quiet
- Reasonably adequate cooling

- Not a huge fan of the "buttons and ports on top of the case" design
- Limited room for radiators / AIO coolers - these can only be installed in the front
- Limited support for fans (120/140 mm on the top, 120 mm on the rear, and dual 140/120's or an AIO radiator in the front)

I used this case to rebuild a 4-year old setup that I had (crazily...) first installed in one of those gargantuan tower cases thinking I'd be using it for hot-swapping drives. Turns out, I didn't. That case was like having a great Dane in an efficiency apartment. It seemed like a good idea at the time...

Anyway, I tore that system down, cleaned things up and gave everything a good dusting, and rebuilt it in this case. I'm using an old NVidia Quadro K2200 GPU and an AMD FX-8300 3.3 GHz 8-core CPU, which is air-cooled. CPU temps are running consistently in the low 20's C under light loads and the GPU driving a 2K 24" monitor runs in the upper 30's C. Notably, the GPU is the old style single-height, so it doesn't inhibit air flow through the case to any great extent. I'm mostly using this to scan old slides into Adobe LR.

The build was easy, installation was mostly painless, and the case is not ugly. I wouldn't consider it eye candy, but it's not hard to look at and, with proper fans, it's quiet enough to set up in the living room and not irritate the rest of the family.

So, I can recommend this without hesitation as long as you're not trying to stuff too much stuff into it. Keep the components small and you should have a happy build. If you're planning on the really big build stuff: large GPU's, water cooling, half a dozen 140 mm case fans or more, etc. - you'll want to go with something larger and more roomy.

Hope this helps!

Good luck,
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Great looking build; straightforward if you're a PC enthusiast. Heat management is FINE!
2022年10月9日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Great looking build; straightforward if you're a PC enthusiast. Heat management is FINE!
评论于 2022年10月8日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
When done correctly, the setup looks as good in real life as it does in the picture.

This was my third build overall; with everything lined up I was able to do this in an afternoon (call it 4-5 hours from start to everything up and running?). You're able to hide all the wires in the back and route them reasonably. I'm not crazy about my cord placement, but this makes it all easy to hide away.

Access is good through the side glass panel, as well as the back panel. I didn't have any odd setup issues with stuck screws, etc.

I think a lot of people out there are concerned about heat management, especially with the glass front and the narrow-ish side air intakes. I have NOT had this issue with the build listed below, and I run games at the top 5120x1440 resolution. Even on near-constant use my GPU will not exceed 80C; the CPU typically holds in well below that at 50C because it's liquid cooled. Only rarely have all the fans really had to spin up (typically when gaming on hot days; this setup will definitely warm up a room). The air flow is good from the bottom, up through the PSU, the video card, then out the top and back.

I have NOT had to get any additional GPU cooling, or any cooling for the new-style SSD formats (which are kept out of view and not even directly cooled by air. I also did not need any sort of GPU support - it holds up just fine on its own.

Case: NZXT H510 elite
GPU: Nvidia RTX 3080 Founders
CPU: Intel I9 11900K
Motherboard: NZXT N7 Z590
RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB (4x8)
Cooling: NZXT Kraken X63
Power: NZXT C850
HDD2: Samsung 980 Pro 1TB
Monitor: Samsung G9
OS: Windows 10 Home
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Randy Browning
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 As some are shocked by the good reviews, I am caught off guard by the bad reviews.
2021年3月12日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Randy Browning
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 As some are shocked by the good reviews, I am caught off guard by the bad reviews.
评论于 2021年3月12日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
This arrived two days ago (9 Mar 21). I was surprised by how large it is, mostly because I did not look at dimensions before hand. This is not a hit on the case, and while I was hoping for something that would more tightly embrace a full ATX board (ASUS ROG Strix Z490-H), when I started to assemble it, the additional room started to reveal it's future benefits. My thoughts in building this system were that of getting as far away from Apple and Microsoft as humanly possible, and do so in a minimalist manner, without a peep of noise emitted from the machine.

My initial build uses the accompanying i7 10th gen 10700 included fan, a Samsung EVO 970 Plus 1Tb M2, a 550 watt Coolermaster MWE Gold 650, 32Gb of Corsair Vengance LPX DDR4 3600 RAM, and nothing else. Thanks to the cable management I've never owned a cleaner display interior, or quieter exterior.

High points:

1. The exterior is I believe as clean as is possible. Some will not care for this, but from an ongoing maintenance perspective there are no exterior top or front vents, louvers, or slats to collect dust.
2. The wire management system sits behind the motherboard back-plane, and is accessed by removing two thumbscrews, and the back panel. There are pressed in raises for cable ties, and two velcro straps with which to hold down the main cables from the power supply to the motherboard. Or that was my interpretation, and application.
3. Having an approximately 4" skirt further cleans up the system by not exposing the power supply, or any internal hard drives you might be inclined to include down the road.
4. On the back side of the back-plane, along with the cable management system are two 2.5" SSD mounts to enhance the clean design.
5. Along the bottom are four hard mounted feet that will not be subject to sticking to your resting surface, are a part of the case and not stick on's, and lift the system exactly 1" from (in my case) the desktop. This is a massive benefit when it comes to power supply airflow for an inverse mounted power supply, which is how the case is designed.
6. The observation window is tempered glass, easily removed, or replaced.
7. It comes with a front side water, gel, or coolant radiator channel that is both unobtrusive, and well designed. Now that I have the system, I am looking for the best packaged cooling system to fit the tower. No, you are correct, for my design I don't need it, but I see a mountain and believe it is there to be climbed.
8. Having a top facing USB-C is a very nice feature, although my motherboard does not have the thunderbolt feature, which would have been a perfect add.
9. Lastly, I believe the case would support three video cards for those who would consider it for a gaming rig.
10. The features for the price point make this a perfect budget case, for a much more than budget look and feel.

Hits or negatives:
1. The top included fan is too close to the aux motherboard power supply connection, and the flat cable can not be folded at a 180 to hide behind the cable management system, without interfering with the fan. This is a very minor negative, as you are able to bend the cable to the side at a 45 then back over at a 180.
2. Some of the rear cuts on the metal panels is a bit rough, but will not bleed you like cases in the late 80's and early 90's.
3. In my case the motherboard offsets were two different thread sizes and pitches. This was initially a bit confusing, but quickly figured out and overcome.
4. The directions are garbage, in as much as they are not clear. Finding your language amongst the 15-20 (a lot, I did not and will not count them) will take a minute. The graphics are very clear, but there is no guidance on how to assemble it, or how the included audio splitter cable is to be used.
5. As designed it seems to favor being on the floor, over on the desktop as I have it, since the ports and power are on top.

To give a bit of background, I've been building custom systems since 1988. Mind you modding was a far in the future concept at the time, but case selections was more than adequate even back then. I progressed to what I'd call a mid-grade level of modding (that of using custom configs, cases, build your own water and antifreeze cooling, lighting), all the way up to data center design, engineering, infrastructure, servers, fiber plants, tape libraries, yadda yadda). Then I fell into the Apple trap and all enthusiasm for doing it my way was leached from my being. Now I'm back, well sort of.

Of the cases I've owned over the years, I would rate this in the mid 90's out of 100 as a case. Mind you I've had it for 3 days, one of which was focused on build.
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