NZXT Beta EVO Pro Reviews
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NZXT Beta EVO Reviews8
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"In the price range of this case I think you’ll be hard pressed to fine a better one than this honestly, the Beta Evo is well worth the cost."
"In summary, Beta EVO is as good as the original Beta, 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. Costing USD 10 more than the original Beta, it comes with some additional features, in particular two places for installing 120- or 140-mm fans on the top panel. At USD 60 it faces the competition from M59, also from NZXT, which also has the place for installing two fans on the top panel and similar features, plus a transparent side window, seven bays and an adaptor for you to install 2.5” devices like SSDs. So choosing between Beta EVO or M59 will depend whether you prefer a side window with a place for installing one 120-mm fan or a “normal” side panel with a place for installing two 120-mm fans. If you decide buying Beta EVO we recommend you to buy at least one 120-mm fan for installing on its rear panel (it should be installed in exhaustion mode, i.e. with airflow going from inside the case to the outside). M59 comes already with this fan installed, making it to be actually cheaper than Beta EVO."
"The Beta Evo is still a chassis that does not give the WOW factor that I like to have when buying a case. NZXT has expanded the cooling capability's which is always a good addition to any chassis, but still only comes with one fan. That being said I still recommend to install all available fans before running any sort of system in it."
"Overall, if you are looking for a cheap case that is going to be able to house your new build inside of it with some great features, I would take a close look at the NZXT Beta Evo chassis, but keep in the back of your mind that it is exactly what it is, a budget case. As such it falls in the 50 to 60 dollars price range, you really can't expect a whole case full of fans. What you get is the capability of performing better with a few more dollars spent on additional fans. While you might not get all of the latest whiz bang features for the entry price, the potential looks promising."
"While the Beta EVO is lacking in some amenities, it also has a lot of room for improving with extra fans or even watercooling. Much like the Beta, the EVO is a great mid tower case as long as you are ready to work with its shortcomings."