NZXT H1 ITX case integrates PSU and AiO liquid cooling

Posted on Tuesday, Feb 25 2020 @ 21:05 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
NZXT presents H1, a small, vertical ITX case with pre-routed cable channels, a dual-chamber exhaust layout, an integrated 650W SFX-L 80Plus Gold certified PSU, and integrated all-in-one liquid cooling. H1 is made from steel and features a tempered glass front. NZXT includes an integrated PCIe riser card for vertical GPU mounting. This model will ship next month for 349EUR ($349.99) and is offered in a matte white and matte black version.
NZXT, a leading developer of software-powered hardware solutions for PC gaming, today announces the NZXT H1, a small form factor Mini-ITX case that includes an SFX-L 650w 80+ Gold PSU, 140 mm AIO, and PCIe riser card pre-installed for a simple building experience. In addition, the NZXT H1 is the focal point for a new high-end pre-build option for NZXT BLD called H1 Mini PC.

"Creating a small form factor case is something we have always wanted to improve upon because they are often challenging to build in and can hinder the performance of high-end hardware." says Johnny Hou, Founder and CEO of NZXT. "That is why we simplified the building process and focused on performance when designing the NZXT H1. We set out to make this one of the easiest builds you can undertake while leaving no compromises when gaming."

The NZXT H1 is a sleek, small, vertical chassis designed to fit elegantly in any battlestation, without limiting its gaming potential. Capable of housing most full-sized GPUs, the H1 was designed to effectively cool every component to prevent thermal throttling. Cable management is made easy with pre-routed cables and a rear-facing I/O on the bottom of the case which allows for simple cable clean-up.

The included components in the NZXT H1 (SFX-L 650w PSU, 140 mm AIO, and Gen 3 PCIe riser card) represent over a $250 USD value, decreasing the number of items that a customer needs to purchase separately. Additionally, each included component is pre-installed, which saves time and makes the NZXT H1 one of the most simple cases to build in.
NZXT H1

NZXT H1


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