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darkFlash's DLH21 Mini-ITX chassis is the H1 replacement that PC builders need

No PCIe Riser card, no fires

darkFlash's DLH21 Mini-ITX chassis is the H1 replacement that PC builders need

darkFlash's DLH21 Mini-ITX chassis is the H1 replacement that PC builders need

darkFlash has just revealed their DLH21 chassis, offering PC builders a compact Mini-ITX enclosure that could steal the thunder from NZXT's popular H1 enclosure.

With their DLH21 case, darkFlash supports SFX (and SFX-L) power supplies, full-sized graphics cards, 240mm liquid coolers and CPU heatsinks as tall as 134mm. Gamers can use this chassis to contain incredibly powerful systems, and the enclosure doesn't even need a PCIe riser card to achieve such a compact form factor. Given the recent controversy surrounding NZXT's H1 enclosure design, the DLH21's lack of a PCIe riser card will undoubtedly be seen as a good thing for consumers. 

Sadly, we do not know the pricing of darkFlash's DLH21 ITX enclosure at this time, but we know that the enclosure will be available soon in some markets. The full enclosure measures in at 238.8 x 175 x 412mm, giving the case a larger volume than NZXT's H1 enclosure. This extra size enables increased hardware compatibility, creating space for SFX-L power supplies and 240mm liquid coolers. 

darkFlash's DLH21 Mini-ITX chassis is the H1 replacement that PC builders need  

darkFlash's DLH21 supports up to two 2.5-inch drivers and a single 3.5-inch HDD, though this HDD mount is only accessible if users do not mount a 240mm liquid cooler inside the system. 

All of the exterior panels of the DLH21 are removable, making this enclosure easy to paint and customise. All of these exterior panels feature integrated magnetic dust filters, making the enclosure easy to clean. The chassis also features ARGB lighting at the base of the enclosure, which can be synchronised with other RGB components with ARGB compatible motherboards. 


darkFlash's DLH21 Mini-ITX chassis is the H1 replacement that PC builders need  
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06-02-2021, 11:52:27

AngryGoldfish
Some really nice ITX cases to choose from nowadays. I don't know whether I'll end up making a new build this year because of all that's going on, but if I do or if I wait until 2022, it's going to be a mini build.Quote

06-02-2021, 12:41:09

WYP
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
Some really nice ITX cases to choose from nowadays. I don't know whether I'll end up making a new build this year because of all that's going on, but if I do or if I wait until 2022, it's going to be a mini build.
This year has been terrible for hardware. ultra high demand and then mining to make it worse...Quote

09-02-2021, 17:09:12

Digikid
Except it is far more uglier!!!!!


No thanks. Will stick to NZXT or Phanteks instead.Quote
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