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    NZXT H1 small form factor mini-ITX tower announced

    Xbox Series X shaped chassis will be available as a component or a powerful pre-built PC.
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    Re: NZXT H1 small form factor mini-ITX tower announced

    They missed a trick with that prebuild. Should have stuck a Ryzen and Radeon setup to mirror an actual xbox!
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    Re: NZXT H1 small form factor mini-ITX tower announced

    No idea why they bothered with the glass panel (also said in hardware canucks review).... I don't really want to look at the psu and some cables....

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    Re: NZXT H1 small form factor mini-ITX tower announced

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    They missed a trick with that prebuild. Should have stuck a Ryzen and Radeon setup to mirror an actual xbox!

    I'm sure it won't be too long before we see a few Mini-ITX/Mini-ATX cases that ape the Xbox Series X skinny tower look... with some RGB-encrusted fans in the chimney stack :-)

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    Re: NZXT H1 small form factor mini-ITX tower announced

    Mini-ATX cases are very actual for minimalistic style,but that glass in the front supose a color-lightning build.

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    Re: NZXT H1 small form factor mini-ITX tower announced

    I am very interested, now just waiting on Intel to launch 11th gen procs... im turning blue

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    Re: NZXT H1 small form factor mini-ITX tower announced

    Quote Originally Posted by KultiVator View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    They missed a trick with that prebuild. Should have stuck a Ryzen and Radeon setup to mirror an actual xbox!

    I'm sure it won't be too long before we see a few Mini-ITX/Mini-ATX cases that ape the Xbox Series X skinny tower look... with some RGB-encrusted fans in the chimney stack :-)
    Hopefully we'll get some new ITX designs because there's been nearly 0 development in the actual small form ITX cases.

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