NZXT Beta

  • NZXT Beta
80
Based on 21 scores, 47 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    8
  • Good:
    7
  • Average:
    2
  • Bad:
    4

Pros:

  • Easy installation, Expandability, Quiet, decent performance
  • Price, Black interior, Cable Management, Blue LED, Quality Toolless, Great VGA Cooling with optional 120mm side fans, Looks great!.
  • Solid steel construction, Attractive styling, Lots of 120mm fan options, Pre-drilled for water-cooling, Washable fan filters, Included case fan is whisper quiet, Low price

Cons:

  • No removable motherboard tray
  • No back of motherboard access for aftermarket cpu coolers mounting, Only Half Toolless, Only 1 120mm stock

Expert reviews and ratings

By Tech-Reviews UK on 60

The NZXT is an attractive, well-styled case that has a few nice surprises scattered throughout. The largely screw-less design is impressive on a budget enclosure, especially when many high-end cases still lack this feature.Another nice feature of the...

By XSReviews on 60

Let’s start with the positives: it’s a very straightforward case in terms of its design making installation very easy. It’s clearly not the most innovative but everything fits and is well secured. Style wise, the front bezel has...

By 3dGameMan on

Video Review: NZXT Beta Case has major bang for the buck. The overall styling is nice, has a black interior, plenty of drive bays and more. There's one 120mm blue LED fan included but another three 120mm fans can be installed. If you're in the...

By Bit-tech.net on 50

With decidedly flimsy build quality and sub standard out of the box cooling, there’s not too much to like here, but the Beta does have some redeeming features. It is at least straightforward to build a system into, and the painted finish of the...

By ComputerPowerUser on 70

NZXT recently expanded its already diverse line of PC enclosures with a relatively affordable model dubbed the Beta. Although the Beta can be found for around $50, don’t let its budget-friendly price fool you. This case has some great features...

By Overclockers Online on

Overall, I was pleased with the NZXT Beta. It is much like any other mid-tower case out there today. Advantages include the fact that installation is easy albeit no manual is included. There is a lot of room for all your hardware. With the ability to...

By Modders-Inc on 90

OK, here is probably were most of you probably just jump ahead to during the review readings so here we go. At first glance you see a case that looks as though it will be like any other $50 or below case, but one you past that in the first minute you...

By OverclockersQH on

After using as many Chassis as I have between writing for overclockersclub and ochq surprising me with new features is pretty difficult. Althought the NZXT isn’t much different than your average gaming Chassis is now days it does have some key...

By TechwareLabs on

If you are looking to save some money on a case I would definitely recommend the NZXT Beta. Some of the alternatives I’ve experienced will leave you saying ” You get what you pay for” all the while searching for a package of band aids...

By BCCHardware on 78

If all that you intend to do is read email and browse the internet, but you still need something that looks sweet then the Beta has the price point and `coolness` factor you may be looking for. However for those places a little closer to the equator...

By HardwareLogic on 92

At such a low price, we werent expecting much out the NZXT Beta, but it has been nothing but a showstopper. The Beta offers a full list of enthusiast features, ranging from the support of 10.5" graphics cards to the inclusion of half-inch...

By Overclockers Club on

Wow, the NZXT Beta sure has taken me on a wild ride. I like the looks of the Beta. There are better looking cases out there, but none for this price. Even so, the Beta is sleek and stylish. I love that NZXT has painted the interior, and the paint...

By Legit Reviews on

For those on a budget looking for a solid case minus the frills but offering more than the average comparable chassis, you can't do much better than the NZXT Beta....

By TechNewsHW on

After spending time testing the NZXT BETA we can easily recommend this case to the masses. It comes in at the $50 USD price range yet offers features often found in more expensive enclosures. The tool free drive bays and nice black finish throughout...

By Bigbruin on

Overall, the NZXT Beta is a very nice midtower case. Its attractive styling, solid construction, enthusiast-inspired features, and tool-less (mostly) design offer most of the features one would look for in a new case. While it appears NZXT has tried...

By OCModShop on 100

The thing Im really excited about is the fact that it has room on the side panel for two 120mm case fans. Direct cooling from large fans right on the hottest areas of the PC, the CPU and GPU. And since it supports the larger video cards out there,...

By APH Networks on 74

To an extent, software has usually not been released in a timely fashion. Some software may take different lengths of time to be officially released. Take Windows Vista, Half Life 2, or most notably, even Duke Nukem Forever -- as common examples --...

By Pureoverclock on

Most of us that are reading reviews are trying to find out what is the best of the best, or at least the best for each of us, regardless of the type of product. Often these end up becoming items on our wish lists to dream for the day when we can...

By Hi Tech Legion on

Considering the fact that this is an Entry Level case, it is a case that everyone can use. Now, with all the cases I have been through, this is a first where I haven’t seen a rear fan. A little shock to me, but that doesn’t mean that no one...

By Neoseeker on

Anyone looking for a name brand case to place their rig in but is on a tight budget needs to look no further. NZXT has come up with their new case to cover the economic stresses that we all face today. The Beta is a very basic box that has some...