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NZXT Tempest EVO Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 46,164 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: December 10, 2009
Page: 2 of 6
Introduction (Cont’d)
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The buttons and connectors from Tempest EVO are available on the top panel, and this case comes with two USB ports (too close to each other) and one eSATA port, plus the microphone input and headphones output.

NZXT Tempest EVO case
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Figure 5: Buttons and connectors.

On the top panel Tempest EVO has two 140 mm fans (no technical information about them was given).

NZXT Tempest EVO case
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Figure 6: Top panel.

On the bottom panel the reviewed case comes with an air filter matching the power supply air intake. This filter can be easily removed for cleaning.

NZXT Tempest EVO case
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Figure 7: Bottom panel.

Finally we have the rear panel in Figure 8. It has a 120 mm fan with the same specs as the others, meshed slot covers, which helps to increase the airflow (an improvement over the original Tempest), and four holes for hoses from liquid cooling solutions (instead of only two like on the original Tempest). The rear panel and the interior from Tempest EVO are now painted black, which gives this case a more professional looks. As you can see, the power supply is installed on the bottom part of the case.

NZXT Tempest EVO case
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Figure 8: Rear panel.

Now let’s take a look inside NZXT Tempest EVO.

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