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    NZXT has an extensive case lineup, and the latest product in their “Classic Series” for the value-conscious user is the Gamma chassis. At first glance, the case looks quite striking with its all black interior/exterior, which is becoming quite popular these days for gaming cases. However, affordable and practical do not always go hand-in-hand, but we’ve seen that NZXT typically manages to strike a balance. The Gamma is trying to continue that trend with its features and design, without being too hard on the wallet. Let’s take a closer look at the NZXT Gamma.





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    Not a bad budget entry level chassis.

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    Yea, it would be nice to see some new ideas from them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    To be honest I have never reviewed a NZXT case that I really liked, they have nothing that stands out in my mind, the wire management is always the same the only thing that really changes for them is the look of the chassis, they need to build some high end cases and start moving away from the entry level stuff in my opinion.
    I own the Khaos and I love it. I ended up buying it because I was tired of a market flooded by boring case designs (at the time) from CM, Lili, Silverstone, etc. Blah. I've been waiting awhile now for NZXT to get back into real cases, so I thoroughly agree with the sentiment that they should move the Hell away from low budget steel and plastic boxes and get back to higher class art.

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