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NZXT Gamma Review

Compxpert    -   December 15, 2009
Category: Cases
Price: $49.99
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Introduction:

With lots of cases out there to choose from, which do you go with? I suppose it all depends on what you're looking for. Some people only will buy certain brands and others don't care as to a brand, they just want a good case. What defines a good case, though, is entirely up to the person who is purchasing it. Ideally, what makes a good case is a case that performs and does just what you want it to do. If you like basic looks and want to put more money on other components in your setup, rather than on the case, then NZXT might have just what you're looking for with the NZXT Gamma. The Gamma has a basic, yet stunning design. Not only that, it is super lightweight, which makes it nice for LAN parties. What's more special is the fact that the entire case is painted black. Yes, both inside and out, the case is fully coated. So is this the right case for you? Read on and find out.

 

Closer Look:

Looking at the box, we are greeted with a rather basic, some might even say bland, design, but hey, it's what is inside that counts right? The front displays the Gamma name and shows that it is part of NZXT's Classic Series of cases. You can also see the big G on the front of the box. Both sides of the box show the specifications of the case. Lastly, we move onto the back of the box which shows the main features of the case.

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Here we are unpacking the case, but doesn't something look a little familiar. The front is reminiscent of the front of the NZXT M59, though it's not quite the same. Of course, we have the case sandwiched between the usual two pieces of Styrofoam and wrapped in a plastic bag.

 

 

Moving on, let's go have a look at the outside of this case.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (The Working Components)
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing: Setup and Results
  6. Conclusion
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