NZXT is still new to the motherboard business. The first two boards, rocking Z370 and Z380 chipsets, respectively, didn't land too well. After returning to the drawing board and teaming up with ASRock for a third attempt, has NZXT finally perfected its N7 motherboard? Almost.
If you're planning a PC build and would like to employ some lighting, it's possible to go it alone with nothing other than your motherboard. But if you're looking for something with additional functionality, NZXT has you covered with its RGB & Fan Controller. Here's our short review.
It's absolutely possible to replace the AIO cooler that comes with the NZXT H1 PC case with an aftermarket AIO or air cooler, but should you do so? Probably not, unless you know for certain everything will fit just fine.
The NZXT H1 is a cracking compact PC case, but it can't house super-large GPUs, which is why you'll be a little restricted as to what you can buy for a build using this chassis. In this guide, I run you through the clearance dimensions and provide a few examples of GPUs that will fit just fine.
The NZXT H1 is a unique case and as such doesn't open up like your traditional PC chassis. It's easy to start forcing your way in, but this could result in irreparable damage, which is why you should follow this handy guide.
NZXT's latest iteration of its Kraken AIO coolers has brought us the new Z73, boasting a 360mm radiator with three 120mm fans, and Z63, rocking a 280mm radiator with two 140mm fans, both with a fancy new pump design with an LCD display to boot.
NZXT is all about supplying high-quality components to system builders and so it made sense for the company to include its products in the PC Building Simulator game. Now NZXT has taken this one step further by teaming up with the developer to launch a new NZXT-themed workshop DLC.
NZXT is seemingly on a roll with its power supplies, and the new C series looks to be another hit. Based on the excellent Seasonic platform, you've got seriously reliable and quiet power delivery with a full decade warranty to back it all up.