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NZXT Beta Evo Chassis

OverClock Intelligence Agency
5 April 2010
  • Summary: Well I'd like to start off by saying this case definitely was a surprise in many fashions, but also was not a surprise. NZXT was clearly thinking about the consumer when they designed this case. Normally I'm not as swayed as I was today, but this case was definitely a worthwhile purchase in my book. While the NZXT Beta Evo improves on the old design, I must say those side panels have to go or get some more rigidity. That's the only real downfall I can note on this case.
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Overall 6

NZXT Beta Evo Case Video Review

18 February 2010
  • Summary: The NZXT Beta Evo Case might fall into the budget category but it's big of features. As a matter of fact, it has more features than more expensive cases. This case has plenty of drive bays, lots of places to install fans, black interior, cable management holes, dust filters and much more. This is one of the best budget cases on the market.
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14 January 2010

NZXT Beta EVO review

10 November 2009
  • Conclusion: The NZXT Beta EVO currently sells for $59.99, which is $20 more than the original Beta (this includes a $10 instant rebate that online retailers are offering), and I would absolutely recommend spending that extra cash. Considering the improvements that have been made, the added cost is well worth it—especially if you want/need the additional cooling from the new fan mounts and improved cable routing.
  • Pros: Improved cable management, Improved stability, Greater airflow, More room for fans, Able to handle large heatsinks
  • Cons: Improved cable management, Improved stability, Greater airflow, More room for fans, Able to handle large heatsinks, Still only one fan provided, Long SATA HDD connectors can be a problem, Useless “floppy bay”
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NZXT Beta EVO Case Review

Hardware Secrets
8 October 2009
  • Summary: NZXT Beta EVO is a mid-tower case targeted to the user that wants a good quality mid-tower case but doesn’t want to spend a lot of money. Here is a summary of what we found about this product. In summary, Beta EVO is as good as , being a terrific product for the user that is on a budget but wants a case with several features usually only found on more expensive models.
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Overall 8

NZXT Beta EVO Case Review

16 July 2010
  • Excerpt: 1 Flares 1 Flares × Today we will be looking at our second chassis from NZXT.  This time we have the NZXT Beta EVO in the KitGuru test labs.
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Overall 8

NZXT Beta Evo – Die Evolution?

Technic 3D
8 February 2010
  • Conclusion: Mit dem Beta Evo möchte NZXT ein günstiges Preis/Leistungsstarkes Gehäuse anbieten. Dabei handelt es sich um eine leicht abgewandelte Version des schon erhältlichen Beta Gehäuses. Trotz des günstigen Preises konnte die Verarbeitung größtenteils überzeugen und alle gebotenen Features wurden vollkommen zufriedenstellend umgesetzt. Einzig die Plastikschienen zur Festplattenmontage könnten noch gummiert sein um Vibrationen vorzubeugen.
  • Pros: Verarbeitung, Staubschutzfilter Netzteil, Staubschutz hinter Laufwerksblenden
  • Cons: Plastikschienen für Festplattenmontage wirken sehr billig, Keine Antivibration, Einbautiefe Grafikkarten
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Review NZXT Beta Evo

Traficantes de Hardware
11 November 2009
  • Conclusion: Las cajas de PC de bajo coste van proliferando mientras nos mantenemos en zona de crisis económica, por desgracia las cajas de bajo coste no suelen aportar lo que la mayoría de usuarios buscan en una buena caja. Esta NZXT Beta Evo seguramente haga a más de uno cambiar de opinión, su precio no supera los 50 euros, y sorprendentemente su acabado y prestaciones son equiparables a las de chasis de PC más caros.
  • Pros: Diseño sobrio pero innovador, Buena refrigeración con opción de gran mejora, Instalación sin herramientas, Acabado general del chasis (en negro) y robustez, Filtros anti-polvo, Gran número de detalles (backplate, refrig. PSU...), Preparada para RL, Puertos frontales (incluye eSATA), Precio, Compatibilidad con disipadores y PSUs de gran tamaño
  • Cons: Puertos superiores sin protección ante el polvo, Compatibilidad con gráficas de gran tamaño, Un ventilador de serie trasero sería perfecto, No presenta sistema anti-vibraciones para HDDs
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