As I’m in the process of building my new PC, I recently had the opportunity to compare the NZXT H510 and the Corsair 4000D cases, and I have to say that I’ve decided to go with the Corsair 4000D for my build.

I really appreciated the sleek and minimalist design of the NZXT H510, with its clean front panel and large tempered glass side panel. However, in the end, I found myself drawn to the more traditional front panel design of the Corsair 4000D, which offered a mesh grille for better airflow. I also appreciated the optional tempered glass side panel for showing off my build.

When it came to cooling, the Corsair 4000D really won me over. With support for up to 6x 120mm or 4x 140mm cooling fans, along with multiple radiators including a 360mm in front and 280mm in the roof, I was impressed by its potential for excellent airflow and cooling. The NZXT H510, on the other hand, only supported up to 4 fans and had limited radiator support.

Both cases offered ample options for storage, with multiple 2.5″ and 3.5″ drive bays. However, I found that the Corsair 4000D had more options for tool-less drive installation, making upgrading and maintenance easier.

Overall, while both the NZXT H510 and the Corsair 4000D are great mid-tower cases, I ultimately decided to go with the Corsair 4000D for its superior cooling options and more traditional design. I can’t wait to see how my new build turns out!