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Thursday, 20 March 2008 11:06

NZXT launches a new case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Server-like HDD cage

 


NZXT has
launched a new case which goes under the name of Tempest. According to the press release, NZXT claims that Tempest is the king of the airflow throne with six fans, which are all included with the case. 

The case has two 120mm for intake, two top mounted 140mm exhaust fans as well as an additional rear and side fan, both 120mm. The Tempest case is a mid-tower steel case with 211.5x521.5x562mm (WxHxD) dimensions. An interesting feature is that it can hold up to eight HDDs, all cooled by the dual 120mm fans.

As for the motherboard support, the Tempest can take E-ATX, ATX, MICRO-ATX and BABY AT motherboards. Leaving the best to the last and that is the price, which will be around US $99, or €99.90 in Europe. You can find additional info on NZXT's web site here.

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