Summary: If you're in the market for an affordable mid-tower gaming case with great styling, lots of drive bays, plenty of places to install fans, black interior and a hole on the motherboard tray to access the coolers retention plate, then this might just be the case for you.
Summary: Thank you NZXt for sending the Gamma out for a test run. I hope I did a good job of showing you all the features that are packed into this inexpensive case. Everything you need to make this a screaming case is provided, except the fans. As you get more money available, or as you find you need them, you can upgrade at your own pace. Many of my associates take a new case and strip out the fans anyway.
Summary: As I said, the limited ports on the front of the case kind of disappointed me. I am a firewire fan, and I like having easy access. This is fixed with a simple bay add-on, but I can still complain. That’s my job. The amount of space for optical drives is pretty standard, but by no means slighted by its normality. If you need more than four optical drive slots and you aren’t doing something illegal or working for the government, there’s something wrong.
Summary: NZXT Gamma is a mid-tower case targeted to the user that wants an inexpensive good-quality mid-tower. Here is a summary of what we found about this product.
Costing only USD 50 NZXT Gamma provides the best bang for your buck if you are on budget and are looking for a good mid-tower case that supports several fans. If you would like to have a transparent side panel, then you can pay USD 10 more and get
, but M59 comes with fewer places for installing fans.
Conclusion: Entered at a similar price level to the NZXT Beta, the Gamma is more refined and more appealing. Sure, both cases share a few common features; they have stand-out front fascias with the rest of the chassis is left relatively simple, an all-black exterior and interior, and just a single 120mm fan each. However, the Gamma is the better enclosure.
Pros: All black interior/exterior, Room for cooling expandability, Dust filters, Price point
Conclusion: Tras dar un buen repaso a la última creación de NZXT , nos quedamos con una magnífica impresión. A pesar de ser una semi-torre más bien compacta 448 x 190 x 508 mm (Al x An x Pr), la Gamma da mucho juego y entra realmente muy bien por los ojos. Su original diseño encabezado por su peculiar frontal, y su acabado tanto exterior como interior en negro ya consiguen que resulte un chasis muy atractivo.
Pros: Diseño y acabados excelentes, Refrigeración y posibilidades de mejora, Compatible con coolers y PSUs de gran tamaño, Sistema anti-vibración para discos duros, Facilita el proceso de montaje de hardware, Permite instalar hasta 6 HDDs, Preparada para RL
Cons: Compatibilidad con gráficas de gran tamaño, Un ventilador frontal de serie vendría muy bien