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Wednesday, 05 August 2009 22:28

NZXT shows its Beta EVO mid-tower case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Comes in September

NZXT has announced yet another mid-tower case that will be officially launched in September. The new Beta EVO is a complete steel case with a rather sleek and sturdy look to it.

The case itself has four exposed 5.25-inch bays, a 180 degrees turned HDD cage and has room for a total of six 120mm all around the case and dual 140mm fans at the top. The case also comes with pre-drilled holes on the back for water cooling setups and feature tool-less installation for all drives.

According to the press release, NZXT has decided to launch this case due to the phenomenal response that the previous Beta has received. Unfortunately, in order to keep the cost at a minimum, NZXT's Beta EVO doesn't come with any fans.

The Beta EVO should start to show up in retail during September with a quite appealing price tag of just $49.99.

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Last modified on Thursday, 06 August 2009 10:42

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