Fit and Finish
Back to the front of the Beta with everything closed up and ready for power, this again shows that even for a low dollar case it is sleek in appearance.
From the left, with everything installed, you can see that this side venting allows for air to be passed over the most critical components. Adding two 120mm fans in this panel would increase the flow to the processor, the northbridge and the GPU's.
The rear of the chassis looks clean in all black with a black PSU installed. Everything lines up well during installation and there were no issues to be found here.
Adding some power and pushing the power button lights up the front of the NZXT Beta with an all blue theme.
Looking a bit closer at the top half of the front panel, you can see both the power and reset buttons are backlit in blue LED's. What I didn't find was the HDD activity light.
The lower half shows the LED's from the front intake 120mm fan peeking through the mesh.
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