Pcwizkid’s review of the NZXT Tempest Mid Tower Case. When looking over this case it reminds me a lot of the Thermaltake m9 case. I love the new tool-less design of these cases and their cooling is incredible. The blue led’s are always a nice bonus but again the blue led’s seem to be a bit overdone these days. Click read move for the full video review and specs.
|CASE TYPE||MID TOWER|
(W x H x D)
|211.5 X 521.5 X 562 mm|
|COOLING SYSTEM||FRONT, 2 X 120 mm Blue LED (included)
REAR, 1 X 120 mm (included)
SIDE PANEL, 1 X 120mm Blue LED (included)
TOP, 2 X 140mm Fan (included)
|DRIVE BAYS||9 DRIVE BAYS
3 EXTERNAL 5.25″ DRIVE BAYS ( up to six 5.25″ )
1 3.5″ External bracket
8 INTERNAL 3.5″ DRIVE BAYS
Screwless Rail Design
|MATERIAL(S)||Steel Construction (except for front panel which is plastic)|
||2 front Fans and front bezel/grill dust filters included|
|WEIGHT||11.2 KGS (W/O Power)|
|MOTHERBOARD SUPPORT||Sizes: E-ATX ATX, MICRO-ATX, BABY AT|
- Dual radiator ready: The NZXT Tempest is pre-drilled for mounting a dual 120mm radiator at the top of the chassis, currently compatible and tested with Swiftech MCR220, Asetek Dual radiator solution, and Thermaltake TMG2.
- Airflow King: Dual 120mm intake, Dual 140mm Exhaust with an additional side 120mm fan and rear 120mm fan all included.
- Maximize Expandability: E-ATX support allows more compatibility with high end components including large graphics cards
- Easier 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.
- 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