NZXT announced today their latest tower case and this one is definitely targeted at the gamer crowd. Called the Beta, this steel case is meant for mid-towers and is most definitely meant for serious gamers that want a great quality and great-looking case without giving up other important features.
The Beta is all black inside and super easy to expand. It has room enough for 4 5.25-inch drives, 10.5-inch graphics cards and even 5 hard drive racks. could you imagine the beast of a computer you could make with that sort of freedom?
Expanded cooling is included with 4 120-mm fans working to keep both the processor and the video cards nice and cool. Screwless installation makes this one super easy to set up or change up. You will be able to get the Beta, an economical yet effective case, starting this month for $49.99.
Team NZXT is at it again, unveiling another remarkable gaming chassis today with best-in class airflow. The pure aluminum Panzerbox has the capacity and power of a full-size tower, but weights only 6.3 kilos/14 pounds in a much compact mid-size tower with dimensions of 244 x 445 x 445 mm. Essentially, a performance LAN case that’s lightweight and small enough for traveling to community LAN party!
NZXT have taken the wraps off of their latest E-ATX PC case, which pretty much sets its stall out by its name: Whisper. Claiming it “sets a new standard for silent computing performance”, NZXT have outfitted the Whisper with nine HDD bays and a variety of padding and rubberized mounts to reduce escaping noise.