NZXT H1 Review

Written by Antony Leather

April 24, 2020 | 14:00

Tags: #case #mini-itx #small-form-factor

Companies: #nzxt

Test Setup

The NZXT H1 includes its own PSU and CPU cooler so any test results we obtained simply wouldn't be comparable with anything else in our graphs, which use our standard mini-ITX test gear and its own cooler that we can't remove without impacting future results. As such, we've simply tested it with some fairly high-end hardware on this occasion, which includes AMD's Ryzen 9 3950X and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super. In this light, we didn't limit any fan speeds and instead relied on our motherboard's fan control to react in a similar way to normal so we could gauge the cooler and noise in a real-world, treating the case as we would do a complete system review. However, we still used Prime95 26.6 and Unigine's Heaven 4.0 benchmark to load the system. We used Core Temp and GPU-Z to monitor the temperatures, taking the maximum values after 15 minutes - enough time for the readings to plateau.

Cooling Performance

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