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Friday, 23 October 2009 19:05

NZXT shows its Gamma mid-tower case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Nice and affordable

NZXT has unveiled yet another case that will be a part of its Classic series, the Gamma mid-tower.

The case has 190 x 448 x 508 mm dimensions and weighs 6kg, mostly due to its all-steel design. The entire case is painted in black, including the interior and it has room for a total of eleven drives, or to be precise, four 5.25-inch external and seven 3.5-inch internal bays.

The new Gamma case has room for a total of six 120mm fans, while the only included one is the 120mm 23db/42CFM fan in the rear. In addition to that one, Gamma can house a single 120mm on the front, two 120mm on the side and two either 140 or 120mm on the top. The top fan place is also ready for the dual radiator and the case has two pre-drilled holes for water cooling tubes on the back.

The design of the case is quite interesting and these things are quite delicate matters as you either like the design or you simply don't. The best part of the Gamma is its price, which is currently €39.90 at European Caseking.de and US of A should have it for around US $50.

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