CiT Beam Gaming Case - Black

CCL Code: CAS3594
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Manufacturer Code: CiT-BEAM
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Manufacturer: CiT
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CiT Beam Gaming Case - Black

Key Features:

  • PSU not included
  • 0 x 5.25" External Bay(s)
  • 2 x 2.5", 1 x 3.5" HDD Bay(s)
  • Max MB Size: Micro-ATX
  • LED Lighting

Delivery Options (from £5.99)

Friday 21st February via Priority DPD

Monday 24th February via Standard DPD

Collection Options

Tomorrow from CCL (BD11 2PS)

Friday 21st February from Local Collection Point

£25.65

inc VAT

2 In Stock, 10+ More Available

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The CiT Beam is a MATX PC gaming case with a difference, the front panel comes with an RGB strip that has 14 different colour modes to choose from and a unique curve. The Beam has an internal layout that is crafted for gamers, with room for eights fans in total and one single-ring Halo Spectrum fan included.

Maintaining low temperatures is no problem as the Beam can fit a max radiator size of 240mm at the front / top and a 120mm radiator at the back. 

Want a clean looking system without worrying about cable management? The hidden cable routing and full length PSU shroud are perfect for building a great looking. Situated on the top are the I/O ports for easy access.

Main Features

  • Design - The Beam has been designed with a large RGB strip, a brushed aluminium look that runs down the left side of the front and a fully acrylic left side panel, resulting in a case that look fantastic
  • Front Panel - The front panel includes an RGB strip and has 14 different colour modes (rainbow, single colour, static, cycle & flow etc). Style your case the way you want!
  • Single-Ring Halo Spectrum Fan Included - As well as an RGB strip the Beam includes a 1 x 120mm single-ring Halo Spectrum fan and with room for another seven fans this case will not only look great but has excellent airflow for when your case works that bit harder
  • RGB Strip and Fan Sync - The RGB strip and the fan can easily be synced and can be easily changed together using the reset key.
  • Water Cooling Support - As well as supporting eight fans the Beam supports a radiator up to 240mm at the front / top and a 120mm radiator at the back to give you extensive cooling support
  • Removable Dust Filter - A removable dust filter included at the top of the Beam is included helps to prevent dust from getting into your build and helps improve the performance of your chassis.

Storage

Internal Expansion Bays 1 x 3.5" + 2 x 2.5" Drive Bays

Expansion

Expansion Slots 4 Full Size

Interfaces/Ports

USB Ports 2 x USB 2.0
Headphone Ports 1
Microphone In Port 1

Electrical

Cooling System Space For 3 x 120mm Front Fans + Space For 2 x 120mm Top Fans + Space For 1 x 120mm Rear Fan (1 x 120mm Single-Ring Halo Spectrum Fan inc.)

Physical

Form Factor Micro Tower
Case Colour Black
Width 190 mm
Depth 393 mm
Height 395 mm
Weight 3.8 KG

Key Features

Firewire No
Main Colour Black
Case Type Tower
USB 3.0 Support No
Case Form Factor Mid Tower
Power Supply Included No
Optimised for Gaming
80Plus Rated No
PSU Form Factor ATX
Display Model in Showroom No
Illuminated Yes
e-SATA No
L.E.D Fan RGB
Internal 3.5" Bay 1
Internal 2.5" Bay 2
ATX No
Micro-ATX Yes
ITX No
E-ATX No
XL-ATX No
Cooler Height 150 mm
Built-in Card Reader No
USB Type-C Support No
Front HDMI No
Side Panel Type Windowed
GPU Length 339 mm
PSU Depth 180 mm
Front Audio Type Separate
Maximum Motherboard Size Supported Micro-ATX

Warranty

Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer CiT
Manufacturer Code CiT-BEAM
EAN 5055492407863
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer CiT
Manufacturer Code CiT-BEAM

Do you have you a question about the CiT Beam MATX Gaming Case Rainbow RGB Strip, 1 x Rainbow RGB fan Acrylic Side?

Q: Hello, what are the connectors on the rear fan and the LED strip in front? They are the same or no?
Answer by Website User on 19th June 2019
Unfortunately, we do not have this information on our specs so we cannot advise.
0 customers found this answer helpful.
Answer by Thomas on 4th September 2019
The rear fan is 4-pin molex controlled, so runs at full pelt. The front lighting connects via a female SATA power port and needs to be connected to your PSU. I installed a cheap 3470 build in this yesterday with just the Intel cooler and the rear case fan, using a micro-atx motherboard. The motherboard fan is quite close to the rear venting fan, and I think the rear fan disrupts the incoming air to the CPU cooler, as this routinely gets over 72 degrees in temp (which is bad for the 3470). So, this is without any forced air intake, to the case, it's just inducted through the top of the case right now. So I'm going to connect two fans to the top to see if that improves the temps inside the case. It's a nice looking case, similar to many CIT cases on the market right now, but all these cases have no through-draft so you often need extra cooling.
0 customers found this answer helpful.
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4 / 5 3 reviews

Wayland Sothcott

last month

This case is clearly not of the 'quality' of the R3 Rainbow but it is far better designed. When building on a budget then that is actually more important. No USB3 but then the board I am fitting does not have that. It does have a rear RGB fan so I don't need to buy that. The side panel is only perspex but who cares at this price, it still looks good. Building in it was better. The case design is very ridged due to two useful features. It has an integrated shroud over the PSU with a port so you can see the label. This means I can use a much cheaper non-modular PSU and hide the mess of cables. There is a wide gully up the far side to run cables so no bulge in the side panel. This also helps case rigidity. It has far better HDD and SSD mounting. It seems 2x SSD and 2x HDD is no problem. It looks like it has radiator mounting but never used a radiator so don't know if that's good or not. There is plenty of room for a huge HD5970 GPU. It does only take the 4 slot motherboards but this case is very suitable for a budget gaming system. (Gaming means good ventilation, room for a GPU and no CD ROM bay). So although I prefer the look of the Rainbow R3 this CiT Beam is the intelligent choice for a very budget build.

Jonathan Cooke

3 months ago

Great budget case for a cheap build very little cable management room in the back but other than that very easy to build in

Krzysztof Koziol

5 months ago

just WOW nice case bright rgb led