NZXT Gamma Case Review

 
 
 
NZXT Gamma Case rated Great by 3dGameMan.com

Video Review #1103 Summary

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Review category: Cases
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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.


 

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GraysonPeddie
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Hi. I know this video review is old but I'd like to comment in here.

I enjoyed putting together my own computer components for my server (that I took out of the old Silverstone computer case that I bought back on 2004) and this computer case is a lot quieter than my old computer case. I really like the styling, but unfortunately, the front light is too bright and distracting, so I unplugged it from my motherboard and it still works. Also, cable management holes is a bonus feature for me for keeping cables clean when not unused. Plus, I am able to route a 24-pin cable for the motherboard through the cable management holes, effectively making inside of my computer case almost clean and almost free of clutter.

The front bezel of my case is very clean with no DVD-ROM drive, as I use a USB flash drive for installing Debian in my server.

Overall, I'm very satisfied with my computer case.

HTPC: AMD Athlon X2 4050e CPU with 780G ATX motherboard running Windows 8 DP (4GB) and Ubuntu; Server: AMD AII X2 240e CPU with 880G-based ATX motherboard running Ubuntu Server 10.04 LTS (8GB)

2 pairs of Insignia NS-B2111s (front/rear), Pioneer SP-C21 Center Speaker, and 12" Velodyne Sub

Just ordered HP Pavilion dv7-6165us from QVC. Will have it by next Friday.