NZXT Tempest EVO Case

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Published: January 27, 2010
Author: Amber Lupala
Editor: Amber Lupala
Provider: NZXT

A Look at the Insides

NZXT Tempest EVO Case Review NZXT Tempest EVO Case Review

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Opening up the Tempest EVO, we can see that it is a nice flat black on the inside. There is also a mess of wires, but don’t let this fool you, as this case has some nice wire routing options available. There is also a section missing from the motherboard tray, which would be directly below the CPU on the motherboard. This allows for easy replacement of CPU coolers without removing the motherboard. Also on the motherboard tray are two oval shaped rubber grommets. These allow wires to be passed behind the motherboard resulting in a cleaner looking case, as well as better airflow through the case. Since the motherboard tray does not extend to the bottom of the case, the power supply wires can also be routed behind the tray.
At the bottom of the case, where the power supply resides, are four rubber feet on which the power supply rests. These feet mechanically isolate the power supply from the rest of the case to reduce vibrations and therefore noise.
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Here we can see the drive rails for the 5.25” devices. They are very simply to use. Just twist the handle, remove the rail, slide in the device and reinstall the rail. It really couldn’t be faster or easier. Next are the 3.5” drive rails. These slide out from their position and simply snap onto the hard drive to be installed. Then, just side in the drive with installed rails and that’s it!

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  • monica

    dove posso trovarlo per prenderlo?