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Great cooling design.
Power supply away from major components.
Plenty of room for hard drives and cd drives.
Stylish grille with easy access panel on the top.
Great cable management.
Good cooling when upgrade.
All black design.
Tool free drive installation.
Plenty of cooling options.
Bottom mounted PSU.
On the heavy side.
Flimsy side panels like the previous Beta case
Only one fan included.
PSU fan filter not as easy to remove as other cases.
Only one fan included
Still only one fan provided.
Long SATA HDD connectors can be a problem.
Useless “floppy bay”.
Thumbscrews only on one side of case.
Not much room on back of mobo tray for thick wires.
By UMLan on September 22, 2010
I have really enjoyed reviewing Beta Evo and by the looks of it, it is going to be one of the great competitors in our current market. The design of this case is bases on steel frame. So the case is a little bit on the heavy side. But as we look at...
By Kitguru.net on July 16, 2010
We feel that adding 2 additional fans and a slightly more sturdy structure could have made this a “Must Have” product while maybe tacking $30 on to the original asking...
By OverClock Intelligence Agency on April 05, 2010
and Final Thoughts Well I'd like to start off by saying this case definitely was a surprise in many fashions, but also was not a surprise. NZXT was clearly thinking about the consumer when they designed this case. Normally I'm not as swayed as I...
By X-bit Labs on March 02, 2010
Computer cases come in many varieties for every user’s needs. Someone wants a large tower that will easily accommodate top-end configurations. Others prefer to save some space by using compact system cases designed for micro-ATX or even mini-ITX...
By ThinkComputers on February 01, 2010
The NZXT Beta EVO is surely an improvement over the original Beta case. The many upgrades to the case make it all that much better. The case offers what people look for in a gaming case at an affordable price, between $40 and $60, depending on where...
By Rbmods.com on December 06, 2009
The NZXT Beta EVO is a great case for the budget builder, but still manages to pack in features of a high end case. For only $60, it has room for loads of fans, cable management holes, tool-less installation that actually works, and even manages to...
By Legit Reviews on November 27, 2009
All in all if you are looking for a killer looking case that isn't going to set your wallet on fire the NZXT Beta Evo is a great choice. It keeps your system cool even without the use of all of the extra fans and there is plenty of room to tinker...
By PCWizKid's Tech Talk on November 18, 2009
PCWizKid found the NZXT Beta EVO to be a terrific starter case to build upon, especially if you are on a budget and are looking to spend $50 US or less!!! The capabilities and expansion options of the case are very good, with addition of optional fans...
By 3dGameMan on November 17, 2009
Video Review: The NZXT Beta Evo Case might fall into the budget category but it's big of features. As a matter of fact, it has more features than more expensive cases. This case has plenty of drive bays, lots of places to install fans, black...
By BCCHardware on November 17, 2009
The NZXT Beta Evo isn't the flashiest case we've ever tested by any means, in fact it's actually pretty simple, however in the case of the Beta Evo, simple is good. The NZXT Beta Evo isn't going to blow you away with features or crazy...
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