Wednesday, August 5th 2009
NZXT announced its new low-frills PC case, the Beta EVO. This ATX mid-tower has an all-black steel design, including its interiors. It has four 5.25" drive bays, a 90 degree turned hard drive cage that lets you slide in drives from the side. The PSU bay is located at the bottom, and has a detachable dust filter. The motherboard tray has a punchout behind the CPU area that lets easy handling of CPU coolers with back-plates/bolts. There is mounting room for six 120 mm fans (1 rear, 2 top, 1 front, 2 side). The top fan mounts support 140 mm fans. NZXT however, doesn't ship any fans with the case. There are two holes in the back for water-cooling tubing. The utility panel is located on the top, which includes USB, audio connectors. NZXT will make the product available for as low as US $50, which lets users load the case with fans of their choice, for as low as $10 added to it. The company will start shipping it this September.