NZXT Gamma budget case launched

Posted on Friday, Oct 23 2009 @ 21:23 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
NZXT has introduced Gamma, a new budget case that will be sold for around $50.
NZXT, a company built on realizing the vision of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce the Gamma, a mid tower enthusiast chassis that provides a stellar feature set for $50. As with all of NZXT’s cases, the Gamma places a premium on effective airflow with 6 fan capability including dedicated VGA/CPU cooling and a unique front panel design that allows extra air to enter through the front. NZXT also includes pre-drilled watercooling holes on the back plate and mounting holes for a dual radiator at the top. Gamma gives you everything you need for a meticulously clean build with punched motherboard holes and a turned HDD cage which keeps cabling as discrete as possible.

“There is no other chassis on the market that offers this kind of feature set for around $50” said Johnny Hou, Chief Designer at NZXT. “For enthusiasts looking to shave some money off their build, Gamma will provide everything you need for a high performance system at a remarkably low price.”


Features:
  • 6 fan capability ( one rear 120mm included )
  • Black Interior
  • Meshed front panel allows for more airflow
  • Wire routing: motherboard punched holes allows for quick CPU bracket removable and optimal wire routing, turned HDD also helps with managing cables
  • Pre-drilled water cooling holes on the back plate
  • Front mounted USB, audio, and ESATA ports
  • Support for external dual radiator at the top of the chassis
  • High end graphics card support, the Gamma features space that is especially designed to fit longer 10." cards


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