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NZXT Tempest EVO Computer Case/Chassis

A Closer Look


For starters the packaging Highlights some key features:

  • 2x140mm fans (top mounted)
  • 4x120mm fans (2 front, 1 rear, 1side)
  • smoked acrylic window
  • new wire routing


Very straightforward on the inside.


No frills, No surprises

Side View Installed


I prefer cases with the power supply at the bottom. this case also has hose entry points for dual radiators.

Fron Lit up


I like the look of this case, the exterior feels durable.

As you can see the case comes with plenty of built in extras like water cooling holes, filtered front panels, a bottom mounted PSU, black interior and exterior and more. TheĀ  dual front mounted light bars really add to the effect of the case.

Additional Features: (From NZXT’s Site)

  • The King reborn: Dual 120mm intake, Dual 140mm Exhaust with an additional side 120mm fan and rear 120mm fan makes NZXT Tempest one of top cases in cooling, maximizing air circulation in all areas. The new Tempest EVO has upgraded nine blade design fans that deliver more air at low noise levels
  • Maximize Expandability: E-ATX support allows more compatibility with high end components including large graphics cards,high end power supplies. and server boards
  • Enhanced accessibility & cable management: Cable routing is pre-drilled on the motherboard so users can hide cables behind the motherboard tray, allowing more a cleaning look and better airflow. Power, E-SATA, USB and Reset buttons are mounted at the top to give better accessibility. The Tempest EVO has increased space behind the motherboard panel from a punched side panel design and a CPU punchout for heatsink removal
  • Bottom mounted PSU: PSU mounting at the bottom allows for more security and separation of heat from the CPU
  • Server-like HDD space: Dual 120mm fans cool cages that hold up to 8 HDDs allowing for large capacity systems while maintaining cool temperatures
  • Overclocking and water cooling friendly: The Tempest is predrilled for watercooling tube access and supports a dual 120mm radiator at the top panel.
  • Black on Black: All new black interior, smoked side panel gives the Tempest an all new sleek look.
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8 Comments... What's your say?

  1. 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. 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.


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