NZXT unveils its Feature-rich Beta Chassis

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NZXT unveils its Feature-rich Beta Chassis
 
The Beta from NZXT has top-of-the-line features but without the priceNZXT is known for its affordable, yet nicely featured chassis and the new offering from the manufacturer is no different. The new Beta mid-tower case is priced around the €50 mark but boasts of features that would do any gamer proud.
 
Weighing 7.28kg with dimensions of 200mm x 430mm x 500mm, the NZXT Beta can accommodate five 3.5in hard drives and four 5.25in drives. There is also space for a 10.5in graphics card, with USB, eSATA and audio jacks on top. The seven expansion slots on the black painted chassis provide lot of room for upgrades.
 
For cooling, the case has a 120mm blue LED intake fan on the front and room for one 120mm rear and two 120mm side exhausts. The mid-tower case can accommodate standard ATX motherboards and PSUs. Pre-drilled holes have also been provided for easy setup of water-based coolers.
 
The meshed backplates and front panel give the chassis a simple yet appealing design. While the case has none of the styling hype of costlier cases, its features do not fall short in any manner and should easily meet expectations of most gamers. The Beta is likely to become available from 12th June and will sport an extremely affordable and attractive price tag of €49.90.
 
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30-04-2009, 16:19:48

Scythe000
Thought I'd create a topic here too despite receiving a reply about cases, cooling and sound card advice in another forum which wasn't receiving many bites. What have here for you guys is a "challenge" if you will.

Below is a condensed version of the spec for my ever changing new behemoth along with the total costs of the top 2 places I've shopped around at and, the spec of my current machine.

I need a case which is £50~150, no larger than 580mm (58cm) in height and 460~480mm (46~48cm) in depth. So far the cases I've been recommended are Coolermaster HAF 932 and CM Storm Sniper, niether of which are adequate.

Intel Nahalem i7 920 S1366 2.66 GHz
Gigabyte X58-UD5 mobo
Corsair DDR3 6GB (3x2GB) 1333MHz
XFX GeForce GTX 260 - Core 216 Black Edition 666/2300MHz
or
XFX HD ATi 4870 XXX 775/3800MHz
Corsair Memory 650W TX or 750 TX
Western Digital 1TB Caviar Black 7200rpm 32MB SATA2
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£953.55 (Dabs)
£872.70 (Scan)
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Current 5 year old comp:
Intel Pentium P4 HT 3Ghz
Asus P4P800-E Deluxe
1GB Corsair DDR 200MHz
Sapp. Tech Radeon X1650 512MB
Maxtor 200GB HDD
Thermaltake Tsunami VA3000BNA Black
Generic 550W PSU
2 DVD drives - normal and a dual layer burner

30-04-2009, 18:48:51

Mul.
My vote goes to the Silverstone FT01 Fortress. :)

A very well built chassis that really looks the part.

30-04-2009, 21:07:11

PCTwin
How strict are you on the depth. theres the Antec P182, it' 51cm deep but only 52cm hih and 21cm wide

30-04-2009, 21:10:42

Scythe000

How strict are you on the depth. theres the Antec P182, it' 51cm deep but only 52cm hih and 21cm wide



Re-read the post and that should answer your question. :/

01-05-2009, 09:09:33

Ham
What made the cases 'not adequate'? Was it just size or features etc?

Cos if you've got size restrictions you may as well just go grab a PC8.

01-05-2009, 16:11:46

Scythe000
Pc8?

01-05-2009, 20:29:30

OmegaStalker

Pc8?



Hes on about the Lian Li PC 8 case its a nice looking smallish case and is made to a high quality as with all Lian Li...


http://www.lian-li.com/v2/en/product/product06.php?pr_index=221&cl_index=1&sc_index=25&ss_index=62&g=q
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