- Does NZXT h510 have bad airflow?
- Does NZXT h510i have good airflow?
- Are the stock NZXT fans good?
- Are NZXT fans loud?
- Are bigger PC cases better?
- Do NZXT cases have good airflow?
- Do bigger cases have better airflow?
- Does the h500 have good airflow?
- Are bigger case fans better?
- Does the NZXT h710i come with fans?
- Does the NZXT h500 need extra fans?
- Should I get mid tower or full tower?
- How do I increase the airflow on my computer?
Does NZXT h510 have bad airflow?
It has a solid front panel, which you cannot remove and that leaves very poor airflow from the AiO which made things even worst.
The AiO can be set up only as pull, meaning that your fans should be put as Intakes and not exhaust..
Does NZXT h510i have good airflow?
The H510i lacks a front mesh panel and seems to have its intakes positioned on the right and the bottom. Reading some reviews and Gamers Nexus points to this being a relatively mediocre performer in terms of airflow.
Are the stock NZXT fans good?
Stock fans are usually fine, no need to replace unless your really worried about noise.
Are NZXT fans loud?
Prominent. I have four NZXT AER RGB140 fans and they are so loud all the time.
Are bigger PC cases better?
A larger case has the potential to have more, higher CFM fans and better cycle air through the case to remove heat from the components. But without the right configuration or sufficient fans, ‘dead’ air inside can still build up heat and be no better than a smaller case. Of course, proximity can also play a factor.
Do NZXT cases have good airflow?
Although NZXT has been very successful in selling its cases still some people criticize them for their design for airflow. As components generate a lot of heat while gaming, it’s better to use a case that has a good airflow including the intake and exhaust.
Do bigger cases have better airflow?
Cooling performance per decibel is much more important – and is generally provided by larger, heavier cases. Generally speaking, bigger cases have better airflow.
Does the h500 have good airflow?
Again, the exhaust fans are pulling hot air up through the CPU cooler and out of the case, so it’s dealing with radiative heat from the backplate of the GPU in addition to other component heat. For a $70 case that’s not advertising itself as a big airflow competitor, the H500 does well overall.
Are bigger case fans better?
Big or little: Generally bigger fans can move the same amount of air as smaller fans at lower revolutions per minute. Since the tiny electric motors in the fan mechanism doesn’t need to spin so fast, bigger case fans are quieter than smaller ones—and thus more desirable, if your case supports them.
Does the NZXT h710i come with fans?
Four Aer F120mm fans* are included for optimal internal airflow and the front panel and PSU intakes include removable filters. Includes a reversible,removeable, top-mounted bracket designed for radiators up to 360mm simplifies the installation of either closed-loop or custom-loop water cooling.
Does the NZXT h500 need extra fans?
The NZXT H500 dissipates heat by relying on negative air pressure. That’s why there’s two exhaust fans but no intake. Adding more intake fans in the front wouldn’t do much.
Should I get mid tower or full tower?
Full Tower Case: Pros and Cons Full tower cases generally have better cooling than mid-tower cases. With more room to incorporate larger and smaller fans, coupled with adequate space for airflow, your PC temperature can be kept at safe levels while getting better speeds even with over-clocking.
How do I increase the airflow on my computer?
Another way to improve airflow is to strategically place your fans in a way that takes advantage of thermodynamics. A lot of pro builders have their intake fans near the front bottom of their case and the exhaust fan near the top rear. The bottom front fans pull in cool fresh air into your system.