NZXT Gamma

  • NZXT Gamma
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Based on 11 scores, 27 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    5
  • Good:
    6
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Excellent ventilation, Turned hard drive enclosure, Excellent cable management, Liquid cooling ready, Specially designed for larger video cards, Fits up to 7 hard drives.
  • Decent performance, Motherboard cutout for easy CPU bracket removal, Budget Price (~$60 CAD)
  • Cable management, Affordable, Sleek style.

Cons:

  • No external 3.5” bays, gold
  • No 2.5" hard drive adapter

Expert reviews and ratings

By InsideHW on -

The market has obviously turned interesting for NZXT, since we’ve received another two enclosure models from this company, apart from the two we’ve already reviewed, belonging to different price ranges. The first tested model belongs to a somewhat...

By XSReviews on 90

Entered at a similar price level to the NZXT Beta, the Gamma is more refined and more appealing. Sure, both cases share a few common features; they have stand-out front fascias with the rest of the chassis is left relatively simple, an all-black...

By Pureoverclock on -

The aesthetics of the NZXT Gamma are the first thing to catch your eye; the exterior styling is very unique and while it may not suit the most discerning tastes, it’s not offensive and we did think the look grew on us. It does have a very...

By Pro-Clockers on -

Thank you NZXt for sending the Gamma out for a test run. I hope I did a good job of showing you all the features that are packed into this inexpensive case. Everything you need to make this a screaming case is provided, except the fans. As you get...

By Modders-Inc on 80

Gamma Classic is a very well built case even though it is a bit on the heavy side. It offers a great air flow performance as well as the ability of adding on up to six fans in to the case. I am not sure why would you want six fans, but perhaps for...

By Hi Tech Legion on -

For an entry level case you get a lot of bang for your buck with the NZXT Gamma. Not only is it built for ventilation, it is also quite light-weight. Out of box it weighed just over 11 pounds, making it a perfect case to take to LAN parties if you...

By Overclockers Online on -

NZXT has impressed us again, and this time on the budget level. With a hint of style, a price point of around $60 at the time of writing, supported by decent (and expandable) performance, I would recommend the Gamma to anyone looking for an affordable...

By ThinkComputers on 90

The NZXT Gamma is a overall a decent case for the price. It can easily be found online for around $29.99. While it’s obviously not the most advanced case available, it does provide plenty of features of more expensive gaming cases. The complete...

By Rbmods.com on -

All things considered, NZXT's Gamma is a great case for anyone who doesn't have deep pockets. To get a full black interior, support for enthusiast graphics cards, and space for 6 fans in a $45 USD case is quite something. With that said, there...

By Overclockers Club on -

As a case designed to fit in the sub $50 market, the NZXT Gamma will fit the bill for a stylish, low-cost case. The all black theme, that is popular right now, is a point of difference between cases, as not all manufacturers paint the inside of the...

By Bonafide Reviews on 80

The NZXT Gamma is a well designed and well built case that most anyone should appreciate. There’s plenty of room for most any system in it, and a lot of the installation is tool-less making it easy to get your system in it. It does have a couple...

By The Best Case Scenario on 80

At the price of roughly $50 USD, you cannot go wrong with this case. I only have two issues with this case: the flimsy front panel and the fact that even with rolled edges on the hard drive/optical drive bays, I managed to nick myself and draw blood....

By OverClock Intelligence Agency on -

To be honest, when I go to an online store to shop for cases I usually use the quick search function parameters that filter out anything under $100 because budget cases are usually budget priced for a reason. I was not expecting the NZXT Gamma to...

By BCCHardware on 78

We've reviewed a few NZXT cases here at BCCHardware over the past few months and today we've got their latest in the "Classic" series. It is called the Gamma and it is a budget case that will only set you back around $50. Typically, you...

By Benchmark Reviews on 91

The NZXT Gamma Mid-Tower Computer Case really upholds the NZXT standard. The case was made for performance. More cooling is just another fan away; or a water cooling system if you are into that sort of thing. The Gamma filters the air coming into the...

By AskMen on 85

Would you rather build your own gaming computer or have someone do it for you?Building a high-end gaming computer is no cheap proposition, so it’s a deal worth paying attention to when you can get a key component for a great value. NZXT has been...

By OverclockersQH on -

So how did this case stack up? In my opinion, and in most people’s minds, this case did really well. From its sleek sexy look, and massive blowing power this case is a no brainer. The NZXT Gamma Chassis price is competetive and it has the...

By OCModShop on 80

As I said, the limited ports on the front of the case kind of disappointed me. I am a firewire fan, and I like having easy access. This is fixed with a simple bay add-on, but I can still complain. That’s my job. The amount of space for optical...

By Hardware Secrets on -

NZXT Gamma is a mid-tower case targeted to the user that wants an inexpensive good-quality mid-tower. Here is a summary of what we found about this product.Strong PointsMeshed bay covers.Meshed slot covers.Dust filters on the front panel.Dust filter...

By 3dGameMan on -

Video Review: If you're in the market for an affordable mid-tower gaming case with great styling, lots of drive bays, plenty of places to install fans, black interior and a hole on the motherboard tray to access the coolers retention plate, then...