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NZXT Tempest Chassis Review
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Written by PR0F GIGGLES   
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Any gamer knows that a true sign of a quality gamer’s case comes down to shiny LEDs and the cases ability to keep its cool under pressure. While it has some nice LEDs throughout, this cases name doesn’t hint at that. The NZXT Tempest was built to live up to its name by creating winds that could blow the third little piggy’s brick house over. From its bright blue, ominous glow down to the small breeze that it makes whenever you walk past, this case just screams gamer. Let’s take a closer look at what makes this case blow, but in a good way:

Product Provided By: NZXT

Price: $129.99

Closer Look:

Like almost all gamer cases the box that this one is shipped in is very standard in that it has a couple of pictures of the case and has all the specs and features that you would ever need to know plastered all over the box.


When shipped the NZXT Tempest comes wrapped in a plastic sheet and surrounded by a semi-rigid Styrofoam.

With those technicalities out of the way let’s get to what you really want to see, the case. The NZXT Tempest has a very sexy shape and unique shape. At first glance it may look like it has a huge abundance of ODD bays but don’t be fooled it only has three; I will go over the secret that’s behind these later. The side has a huge window with a blue LED 120mm fan Intake mounted on the inside. This case has a bottom mounted PSU which I found made me actually think about where I ran the power cables throughout the case.


Included with the NZXT Tempest is everything that you would need. It comes with plenty of screws, motherboard mounts, and shims for those that need them. It also comes with all the tool less drive bay mounts that you would need as well as a spare drive bay lock. Also there is a bios speaker, manual, and already installed is a 5.25” to 3.5” converter in the third drive bay.

Now let’s take a closer look at the components:

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