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NZXT H1 Issues reported on Reddit

It seems there's a problem with H1 cases shorting and causing fires in some capacity. However limited it may be NZXT is having all correspondence go through email to their customer support and not really putting out any other info yet. My guess is they want the right people online to do an official write-up/release. Does anybody else have any experience or more feedback from NZXT regarding this problem? I sent off the email asking for more information and as disappointed as I'd be to have to go back to my old case I think I may be doing that later this weekend to be safe :/

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have you heard about what part of the case causes this? Perhaps there's a way to mitigate this issue with some user modification.

 

a short causing a fire is rather extreme, especially considering PCs aren't constructed of the most flammable materials.

I WILL find your ITX build thread, and I WILL recommend the SIlverstone Sugo SG13B

 

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