Gamdias NESO P1 Full-tower Chassis Revealed

Gamdias is a brand we haven’t worked with for about ten years here at eTeknix, but liked how they did things, they always had unique looking and interesting gaming products. Now GAMDIAS is back with their newly announced full-tower case, the NESO P1. It features a dual-chamber design with a “unique trapezoidal form factor” that allows you to showcase your hardware in a panoramic display. Now, you and I know it’s another take on the ever-popular Lian-Li 011-Dynamic, and that’s fine, there’s always room to take a good idea and put a twist on it, and they’ve certainly done that here.

It’s going to be available in four colours, and the NESO P1 is a top-of-the-line chassis that should meet the demands of PC enthusiasts, with support for up to a 420mm radiator, huge graphics cards, big CPU coolers, and plenty more beyond that.

What Gamdias Had to Say

“Crafted to elevate the building experience, NESO P1 provides two appearances in one model with modular pedestals which enable users to rotate the case from horizontal to vertical orientation with ease. The one-touch release mechanism allows you to access your hardware with a simple touch, and the dual-hinged tempered glass side panels are detachable for an improved modding experience.”

Airflow Design and Extensive Cooling Capability

Through fully perforated mesh panels around the case, the NESO P1 provides optimum airflow routes and endless options to configure airflow intake and exhaust while utilizing the modular case orientation. The series can house up to 10 fans overall and up to a 420 mm radiator on the side with an increased depth of 80 mm for extra thick radiators.

Massive Interior and Excellent Cable Management

Measuring 490 x 310 x 495 mm (DxWxH), NESO P1 supports up to E-ATX motherboards and VGA cards with lengths up to 426 mm and widths up to 192 mm. With 8 to 8 rotatable PCI-e slots to offer flexible options to mount graphic cards vertically, the case is ready for the next-gen configurations and hardware. Turning to the back, the case’s hidden compartment is 90 mm deep, allowing for ample cable management as well as a well-designed cable routing system with included Velcro straps for a superb building experience.

For more information, visit the official product page here.

Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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