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Overall 9

NZXT Tempest EVO Case Review

8 May 2011
  • Conclusion: NZXT has sent DragonSteelMods numerous cases for review and I have never been disappointed with the build quality or function and the Tempest EVO does not disappoint. Functionally it is a dream as there is plenty of room for expansion.
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NZXT Tempest EVO Review

29 June 2010
Overall 10
Performance 10

NZXT Tempest Evo Case Review

4 June 2010
  • Summary: So quieter, more airflow, and a sleeker look. More slots, more expandability for optical drives, HDDs, and water cooling. It’s no wonder this is known as the Enthusiast’s Case.
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NZXT Tempest EVo

PC Magazine
8 March 2010

NZXT Tempest EVO

18 February 2010
  • Conclusion: In my personal opinion, this case is the new business. It cools very well, it looks fantastic, and it has plenty of room for upgrades. Either it be water cooling or a monster heatsink like the NH-D14 from Noctua, the Tempest EVO is capable of handling it.
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NZXT Tempest Evo

Hi-Tech Reviews
17 February 2010
  • Excerpt: NZXT has struck again with another of their solid looking cases, this one goes by the name of the Tempest Evo and it has to be one of the best ventilated cases we have ever come across. So what does it have to offer as far as cooling goes? How about a matching pair of 140mm top facing fans.
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NZXT Tempest EVO

OverClock Intelligence Agency
19 January 2010
  • Summary: Although I began this review by pointing out how often a remake is not necessarily as good as the original, in the case of the Tempest EVO it's safe to say that NZXT has definitely improved upon their design.
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Overall 8

NZXT Tempest EVO

30 November 2009
  • Summary: NZXT has taken the original Tempest and fine tuned it, adding a nice list of new features to the case, while managing to keep the price the same upon launch. This new case, called Tempest EVO scores further points with us for the black interior along with small updates to the overall functionality...
  • Pros: Cool design with black interior, Very good construction quality, Lots of fans, Good front I/O panel placement, Up to eight hard drives will fit, Rails for up to three additional optical drives, Hard drive caged may be removed for easy installation, Simple cable management & hiding possibilites, S...
  • Cons: Plastic front element may not be for everyone, Need to remove panel to remove drive cage, Limited cable management & hiding possibilites, Screw-less ODD system does not hold drives tight, A bit loud / poor acoustics
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Overall 8

NZXT Tempest Evo

15 February 2011
  • Conclusion: There’s definite improvement on show over the original NZXT Tempest case with small alterations throughout the design improving both aesthetics and performance. The six 120mm fans provide all the cooling you’ll be likely to need but noise levels are compromised in the process so bear this in mind if...
  • Pros: Appearance, Six fans, Up to eight HDDs installable, Cable management
  • Cons: Noise levels, No USB 3.0 support
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Overall 7

NZXT Tempest EVO review

17 June 2010
  • Excerpt: 2 Flares 2 Flares × Today in the KitGuru labs we have the enthusiast grade steel mid tower Tempest EVO chassis from NZXT. This case has been designed with the focus on expandability offering E-ATX support which allows for compatibility with higher end graphics cards, power supplies and server boards...
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