The first thing that I noticed on the inside of the case was its color. Most cases aren’t painted at all, but the NZXT Beta was painted completely black on the interior, very slick. The overall structure of the case isn’t composed of high quality steel, but the Beta feels much better than other budget cases in terms of quality material. A small cardboard box is also found inside the case with all the necessary parts for installation.
Starting from the front are the five 3.5″ drive bays which face away from the case. A 120mm fan rests in front of the hard drive cage. Above that is the external 3.5″ drive bay and four 5.25″ external drive bays as well as the necessary cables for the external ports.
Near the rear of the case are seven expansion slots each with a wire mesh plate. Above that are two holes with rubber covers on them which can be used for any cabling or tubing that needs to be run in/out of the case. Above that is another fan grill and of course the I/O and power supply slots.