Microsoft’s Xbox Series X was a gaming PC in terms of design, performance and the company didn’t shy away from resembling what traditional computers have looked like in the past few years. Now, it’s time for the PC Master Race to embrace the design as NZXT H1 was revealed and it’s a mini-ITX case that looks a lot like the upcoming Xbox.
NZXT is not going to simply launch a new PC case inside which you can build your computer but there is a pre-built version of the computer. You can choose to purchase it because it is an extremely powerful gaming PC designed to offer over a 100FPS in 2K resolution and close to 240FPS in select games when you play in 1080p resolution.
For others who don’t like to buy things pre-built, the NZXT H1 case can be purchased individually. It is an extremely compact cast that is tall, angular and houses the graphics card in a vertical mount. To make things easy, the company released a teaser video that showcases lots of GFX being placed in the meager space available and surprisingly they fit easy.
Pre-built PC Specs from NZXT
The 13.6-liter NZXT H1 PC is bit larger if we are to go by the design revealed for the Xbox Series X. The PC is powered by,
- Intel Core i9 9900K processor
- Nvidia RTX 2070 Super
- Asus ROG Strix Z390 I Motherboard
- Team T-Force Vulcan Z 16GB of RAM
- 1 TB Intel NVMe SSD
The pre-built NZXT H1 computer will cost $1999.99 which is quite expensive but the powerful specs justify it. You can always choose to buy the case individually for just $100 or go for the bundled $349 case that includes a power supply, cooler and riser card.
NZXT has always made the best PC cases and this one is definitely on par with Xbox Series X for those who want to create something similar with the components they own or buy it outright.