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NZXT Tempest E-ATX Computer Case Review
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NZXT Tempest E-ATX Computer Case

NZXT was established in 2004 in Los Angeles, California with the goal of providing every gamer with a case they can identify with. By combining unique design with improved case performance, they hope to provide their users with quality cases that represent their individual styles and personalities.

Today, Mac Daddy will be taking a look at a case from their Crafted series - the NZXT Tempest.

This case claims to be the "airflow king" with 6 fans including dual 120 mm intake fans, dual 140 mm exhaust fans as well as additional side and rear 120 mm fans. Let's find out just how true that claim is!

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Comprehensive Review

Case Type

• Mid Tower Steel Case

Front Panel Material

• Plastic


• 211.5 mm wide
• 521.5 mm deep
• 562.0 mm high

Cooling System

• Front : 2 x 120 mm blue LED fans (included)
• Rear : 1 x 120 mm fan (included)
• Side Panel : 1 x 120 mm blue LED fan (included)
• Top : 2 x 140 mm fans (included)

Drive Bays

• 9 drive bays
• 3 external 5.25" drive bays (up to six 5.25" bays)
• 1 x 3.5" external bracket
• 8 internal 3.5" drive bays
• Screwless rail design

Case Material

• Steel

Expansion Slots

• 7

Power Supply

• 500 Watt PS2 ATX 12V 2.0 (optional)


• 11.2 kg (without PSU)

Motherboard Support

• E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX, Baby AT


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