Summary: The NZXT Tempest 410 Elite mid-tower had good performance. The extra design leaves room for liquid cooling.
I like the NZXT Tempest 410 Elite's looks. The design is all black and there aren't any flashy lights or odd colors that take away from its aesthetics. The power light is even a solid white LED. The visible two front intake fans and mesh covering give the Elite a very distinguished look.
Pros: Bottom Mount PSU, Tool Free Design, Two 120mm Front Intake Fans, Intake Fans Have Touch Removal, Top Tray With Lid, Large Side Window, Quiet Operation, Front USB 3.0 and Three USB 2.0 Ports, Optional Area On Top For Liquid or Air, 25mm Space Behind Motherboard Tray, Supports Up To 315mm GPU Size, CPU Heatsink Support Up To 170mm
Cons: 3.5" Caddies Need Tweaking, Rubber Wire Protectors Fall Out Easily
The NZXT Tempest 410 Elite certainly holds up to the Tempest name. It has all of the tool-free installations you can think of, a plentitude of airflow options and is just an overall good-looking case. The case runs for
at my favorite online retailer, with the standard Tempest 410 being just $10 cheaper. Personally, I think the extra $10 is worth the price if you’re looking for more fans and a side panel window.
Excerpt: Just when I was really thinking it was going to be tough to write the fourth part of this NZXT saga, I found the way I ran through the numbers has in fact left me with plenty to write about. Here I really thought that I was going to be having a look at yet the same exact chassis design with another pretty face applied to the front. That simply isn't the design this time around, but I am pretty sure I have seen this design before as well.
Conclusion: The mid-tower marketplace is fiercely contested and there are better all-rounders available at little extra cost. But if you happen to like the looks, the Tempest 410 Elite is exactly what it set out to be: a mean-looking enclosure with gobs of cooling potential.
Excerpt: NZXT added two mid-tower case offerings to its Tempest series today that feature custom solutions for dual-radiator watercooling systems and dual "touch-powered" 120mm front fans with removable filters. The Tempest 410 and Tempest 410 Elite are available for $79.99 and $89.99. Today, we are kicking the tires on the Tempest 410 Elite to ensure enthusiasts and overclockers get the most bang for their buck for their next mid-tower case upgrade.
Excerpt: 2 Flares 2 Flares × In 2008 NZXT released the original Tempest case, at the time it was considered one of the finest ventilated cases available in the budget sector. Recently NZXT decided to update the range with the new Tempest 410 and 410 Elite. NZXT has incorporated a clear acrylic window and a large honeycomb steel mesh into the design to offer both good looks and maximum airflow.
Conclusion: NZXT ha puesto el listón muy alto tras lanzar al mercado la NZXT H2 Classic , para nosotros sin duda alguna, una de las mejores cajas de PC que hemos visto en mucho tiempo. Pero esta NZXT Tempest 410 Elite no se queda muy lejos, es muy amplia, tiene un diseño sensacional, un potencial en términos de refrigeración fuera de serie, una magnífica gestión de cables y un sin fin de detalles que nos hace recomendarla al máximo.
Pros: Diseño en negro NZXT espectacular, Gran amplitud interior, Sistema de refrigeración sobresaliente y mejorable opcional, Compatibilidad con hardware de gran calibre, Preparada para discos ssd, Gestión de cables sobresaliente, Bloque de puertos completo, Filtros anti-polvo (fáciles de limpiar), Preparada para RL, Precio, Compartimento superior, Acceso al backplate, Instalación sin herramientas y clips de calidad, Bandejas HDD extraíbles y con sistema anti-vibración, Niv...