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Are there cheaper cases similar to NZXT H1?

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Hello, I want something that looks like the NZXT H1 but doesn't cost 350euros x.x
I can only find the Jonsbo mini computers that won't fit a highend GPU (3080/3090)

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Are you factoring in the H1 includes a 750W SFX PSU and 140 AIO? 

 

That being said there are many that will fit your GPU. I have my 5800x/3090 in a Meshlicious which I'm particularly fond of. Other popular options of the top of my head include:

 

My favorite ITX content comes from this guy and he recently did a "best i've reviewed" video. 

 

There are many others but again, that was just what I could think off offhand for popular options. 

 

*edit*

Forgot about the Hyte Revolt 3! Which is funny since its the most similar in form factor to the H1. 

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2 hours ago, BotDamian said:

Hello, I want something that looks like the NZXT H1 but doesn't cost 350euros x.x
I can only find the Jonsbo mini computers that won't fit a highend GPU (3080/3090)

You should definitly look at The Tower 100 Snow Mini 112$

https://www.thermaltake.com/the-tower-100-snow-mini-chassis.html

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On 7/2/2022 at 6:59 PM, GuiltySpark_ said:

That's a sweet 3D Print... oh.

I have also a 3D printer 😄

Just purchased a SKR 3 EZ board with 5x EZ2209 and the H2 extruder :]
Gonna print some nice stuff 😄

 

Tower 100, I heard it has an amazingly bad airflow that it deserves even an award for such a bad airflow.

 

LianLi A4H20 is basically choking the GPU, they could simply remove that one side panel next to the GPU, or at least make it for fans and blow out the hot air, also make the vents on the side panel go higher so it also covers the gpu. Also fun fact, Dan A4 saw my little sketch I did 5-6years ago on SketchUp and posted it on either PCGH or Hardwareluxx... 🙂 Then they removed my post or banned my account as it doesn't exist anymore. Either way, I'm happy he did a good job, quality wise not airflow wise lol

 

Evolv Shift XT, I like same as Dan A4 but idk... more vertical... aka Tower go up

 

NR200, known to me,chimney airlow, good airflow 😄 but not vertical

 

Lian Li Q58, look nice, no vertical like H2 😞

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4 minutes ago, BotDamian said:

I have also a 3D printer 😄

Just purchased a SKR 3 EZ board with 5x EZ2209 and the H2 extruder :]
Gonna print some nice stuff 😄

 

Tower 100, I heard it has an amazingly bad airflow that it deserves even an award for such a bad airflow.

 

LianLi A4H20 is basically choking the GPU, they could simply remove that one side panel next to the GPU, or at least make it for fans and blow out the hot air, also make the vents on the side panel go higher so it also covers the gpu. Also fun fact, Dan A4 saw my little sketch I did 5-6years ago on SketchUp and posted it on either PCGH or Hardwareluxx... 🙂 Then they removed my post or banned my account as it doesn't exist anymore. Either way, I'm happy he did a good job, quality wise not airflow wise lol

 

Evolv Shift XT, I like same as Dan A4 but idk... more vertical... aka Tower go up

 

NR200, known to me,chimney airlow, good airflow 😄 but not vertical

 

Lian Li Q58, look nice, no vertical like H2 😞

Did you see my Hyte Revolt 3 suggestion?

ITX & Ultrawide Enthusiast

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