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Tuesday, 05 May 2009 14:01

NZXT's BETA case shows its face

Written by Slobodan Simic

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€49,90 for a great case

Caseking.de has listed the new NZXT Beta mid-tower case, and this one looks like a winner. With a €49,90 price tag this mid-tower case looks like a great catch as it has a decent amount of features that can be found on some cases with a much higher pricetag.

This steel case measures 200 x 430 x 500mm and weighs 7,28kg. It has room for five 3.5-inch hard drives and comes with four 5.25-inch slots. The inside of the case has black painted finish which is a nice touch and can take 10.5-inch graphics cards. The USB, eSATA and audio jacks are placed on top and it has seven expansion slots which are covered with mesh backplates.

The design is something that you either like or you simply don't, but BETA's meshed fron panel and simple design should appeal to most users, especially those that don't like the door equipped cases. 

The case comes with a front 120mm blue LED intake fan, and has room for one 120mm rear exhaust and two 120mm side fans. It supports standard ATX motherboards and PSUs and has pre-drilled holes for water-cooling setups.

We heard about this case before, and back then, NZXT told us that the official launch date should be today. Caseking.de has it listed but the availability date is unfortunately 12th of June, but for €49,90 pricetag we can forgive and forget a lot of things, as this one looks like a great bang for buck. You can find it here.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 05 May 2009 15:33

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