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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
Good quality, Cool looking, Rolled edges
Extremely affordable brand name case, All black interior, Nice looking front, Screwless ODD system works when used in pairs, Screwless HDD system works well as well, Dust filter on all openings on the front of the case, Appropriate structural quality for.
Nice All Black Finish, Good aesthetics, Tool less drive rails, Budget friendly
Lightweight and well made, Inexpensive, Inside painted black as well looks nice, room for lots of fans, Easy installation, Toolless installation
Nice looking exterior, USB/eSATA/Audio ports on the top of the case, Tool, less design, Easy installation, Compact package
Affordable, Multiple features for budget case, Complete black interior, Plenty of airflow, Fits 10.5" graphics cards
Fully painted interior is a high-end touch of class, Tool-less hardware very effective, High attention to detail, Good layout.
All-black interior; removable filters for metal-mesh front; low price
No removable motherboard tray
No back of motherboard access for aftermarket cpu coolers mounting, Only Half Toolless, Only 1 120mm stock
Motherboard tray is not removable, Cutouts not overly useful, No externally accessible 3.5" bay
Not enough screws and standoffs included
Short I/O cables especially the audio one, Blue LEDs of power and HDD activity may be too bright for some bedrooms, I/O Audio cable way too short, No rear fan included, No external 3.5 inch bay, No hole for easy CPU cooler removal on mainboard tray, Extre
Only one 120mm fan included
Only comes with 1 fan
Must remove right side of case for installation, No exhaust fan included, Wires are short
Plain without many unique features, Doesn’t come with side cooling fans
Only 1 included fan, Material somewhat cheap
Lack of included rear exhaust fan hurts performance, Would like more spots to tie down wiring, Included fan somewhat noisy, Discuss this article in our forums!, Have a comment you wish to make on this article? Recommendations? Criticism? Feel free to head
Only one 120mm fan included, though case supports four; top port and fan cables should be longer to facilitate cable routing
By Tech-Reviews UK on March 23, 2010
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 December 02, 2009
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 November 03, 2009
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 October 30, 2009
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 October 15, 2009
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 October 13, 2009
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 October 05, 2009
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 September 18, 2009
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 September 14, 2009
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 August 18, 2009
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...
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