NZXT unveils budget GAMMA steel mid-tower PC chassis

Gamers and computer enthusiasts don't want to cram all their expensive hardware and components inside any old computer case. The case has to have enough room for the high-end video cards, lots of cooling and HDDs that the enthusiast level computer tends to have. The case also has to look good. NZXT has been making some nice cases for a while now and the company has unveiled its latest budget case called the GAMMA.

The GAMMA has the cooling covered with the capacity for six fans inside, though it only ships with a single 120mm rear fan. The interior of the case is black along with the outside for a uniform appearance. The font panel of the case is made from mesh to allow more airflow, which is vital for keeping heat-producing components running their best.

The case is built with wire routing in mind featuring holes in the mainboard tray and the HDDs are turned in the chassis to help with cable management. The case is also ready for water cooling with holes for tubing already drilled in the rear of the case. The top of the case also has supports for an external dual radiator. NZXT designed the GAMMA to support video cards up to ten inches long. The best news is that the GAMMA is pegged to sell at about $50.