NZXT Unveils Tempest EVO Computer Case

Posted: Nov 18 2009, 7:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:34pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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NZXT is a very prolific maker of high quality and lower cost computer cases for gamers and computer enthusiasts. The company is back with another new chassis called the Tempest Evo that fits into the Crafted Series of cases. The case is a mid-tower design.

The Tempest supports E-ATX for compatibility with higher-end graphics cards power supplies and server mainboards. The HDD capacity for the chassis is 8 3.5" drives. The case is constructed from steel and the cooling system includes dual 120mm front fans, a single 120mm rear fan, a single 120mm side fan, and a pair of 140mm top fans.

5.25-inch drive bays total nine and three of them are external. A single bracket to turn one of the external 5.25" bays into a 3.5" bay is included. The chassis can also be had with a 500W PSU. Holes for water-cooling tubing are cut into the chassis already.

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