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NZXT Tempest Case

NZXT Tempest Case


NZXT is a company focused on the needs and desires of PC enthusiasts and gamers alike.  Today, we are taking a look at their newest mid-tower case: the NZXT Tempest.  While aesthetics, quality and price are important considerations for those purchasing a computer case; with this addition to their lineup, NZXT have set their focus on one core feature: cooling.  The question posed is: “Have NZXT created a quality case that can aptly be dubbed the “Airflow King”?”


Colour Black
Material Steel w/ Plastic Top and Front Panels
Dimensions (W x H x D) 211.5 x 521.5 x 562 mm
Weight 11.2 KGS
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

Expansion Slots 7
Case Fans

Front 2 x 120mm Blue LED
Rear, 1 x 120mm
Side Panel, 1 x 120mm Blue LED 
Top, 2 x 140mm Fan

Motherboard Support E-ATX ATX, Micro-ATX, Baby AT

Packaging and bundle:

The box, like previously reviewed NZXT products, is attractive, and includes pictures of the case as well as a list of specifications.  Inside the box, the case is packed in hard foam and bubble wrap, and it arrived without a scratch.  After removing the case from the package, it was quickly noticed that there was nothing included with the case: no additional screws, standoffs or instructions.  Our representative stated this was just a review sample omission and that the retail case will include them.

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Stuart Davidson

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