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NZXT Tempest EVO Computer Case/Chassis

Building a New PC?

It doesn’t matter if you are putting your pc together as we speak, or salivating over the idea of its future bad-assery; you want to put it in a case that will exhibit the beast within.  NZXT’s Tempest Evo, out of their CRAFTED series should pack a serious punch. Join us as we weather the storm to see if it measures up to the scale.

 NZXT Tempest EVO Computer Case/Chassis

NZXT’s Take

Announcing the Tempest EVO, a sleek, all black, steel mid tower gaming chassis. Building off of the original Tempest’s award winning design, the EVO brings advanced cooling power, expandability, and cable management. The Tempest EVO maximizes airflow circulation with Dual 120mm intake, dual 140mm top exhaust, side 120mm, and a rear 120mm fan. NZXT even redesigned the fan blade design so they effectively deliver more air at lower noise levels. Additionally, the bottom mounted PSU provides better airflow and separation of heat from the CPU.

Specifications:

From NZXT

MODEL Tempest SERIES
CASE TYPE MID TOWER Steel
FRONT PANEL MATERIAL PLASTIC
DIMENSIONS (W x H x D) 211.5 X 521.5 X 562 mm
COOLING SYSTEM FRONT, 2 X 120 mm Blue LED (included)
REAR, 1 X 120 mm (included)
SIDE PANEL, 1 X 120mm Blue LED (included)
TOP, 2 X 140mm Fan (included)
DRIVE BAYS 9 DRIVE BAYS
3 EXTERNAL 5.25″ DRIVE BAYS ( up to six 5.25″ )
1 3.5″ External bracket
8 INTERNAL 3.5″ DRIVE BAYS
Screwless Rail Design
MATERIAL(S) Steel Construction
EXPANSION SLOTS 7
POWER SUPPLY 500 WATT PS2 ATX 12V 2.0 ( OPTIONAL )
WEIGHT 11.2 KGS (W/O Power)
MOTHERBOARD SUPPORT MOTHERBOARDS: E-ATX ATX, MICRO-ATX, BABY AT
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8 Comments... What's your say?

  1. I am sorry but if this is the way you show how a computer is built I feel sad.

    Especially the bottom area of the case with all those wires hanging. I know this is just a review but still does not make justice to show a photo like that when doing a review for a case.

    • You are correct it was a case review, not a instructional on computer installation. I appreciate the advice, in the future I will take that into consideration.

  2. You are correct it was a case review, not a instructional on computer installation. I appreciate the advice, in the future I will take that into consideration.

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