NZXT Tempest Evo

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Conclusion

There’s definite improvement on show over the original NZXT Tempest case with small alterations throughout the design improving both aesthetics and performance. The six 120mm fans provide all the cooling you’ll be likely to need but noise levels are compromised in the process so bear this in mind if you’re after silent (or close to) cooling.

Ultimately, the EVO version brings the Tempest chassis back to the forefront of the market as a sturdy, aesthetically
leasing case with cooling in abundance.

Pros Cons
Appearance Noise levels
Six fans No USB 3.0 support
Up to eight HDDs installable
Cable management

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Thanks go to NZXT for providing us with this case.

This review was syndicated on tech seed.

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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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