Hardware & Documentation
Peeking in the accessory box, we find the following:
- Front panel connector adapter
- 10x zip ties
- Combo 3.5mm jack to split headphone and microphone 3.5mm jacks
- 4x motherboard mounting screws
- 1x screw and plate for locking the SSD's in their cage
This has everything you would expect, including the handy 3.5mm adapter, which is not always included, as we have seen in chassis in the past.
Next up, we have the AIO hardware. The mounting is unique as it uses tabs in the backplate to lock the screws into place, but overall it worked very well and included mounting hardware for both AMD and Intel mainstream sockets.
The H1 comes with an AC input cable, of course, and is found in the accessory box.
The manual for the H1 is a multi-fold sheet that is quite big. The manual does a reasonably good job of explaining everything about the H1 and how to install it. One thing to note is that the little plate for locking the SSD's in place is not listed, which is why I took special care to mention it as it was not detailed in the manual. Overall the H1 gets a passing grade for its detail as far as the build components and instructions on how to assemble in the chassis.
Last updated: Feb 26, 2020 at 06:11 am CST