NZXT presents the Tempest 210, a nice budget case that will soon hit the market for $54.99.
Let’s face it - gamers’ rooms get extremely hot. Between your monitor and intense 1v1 matches, your entire environment is trapped with heat. This becomes problematic because not only are you affected but your PC as well. All that raw power needs to be contained and cooled. The Tempest 210 is the ender to your heat issues with its mesh design. The massive mesh design maintains a constant stream of fresh air inside your case while keeping the hot air out. As a bonus, this case has the capacity to mount up to 8 fans with the ability to change positions on the side fan. Get rid of your heating issues by investing in the Tempest 210 as the master of chilling.
Massive mesh styling for improved cooling and optimal airflow
Includes one 120mm and one 140mm fan with a cooling potential of up to 8 fans with the ability to change positions on the side fan
Screw-less 5.5” and 3.5” bays for easy installation and expansion
USB 3.0 for up-to-date high speed data transfer
Easy cable management for routing cables to enable better airflow inside your system
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Re: NZXT Tempest 210 to arrive for $54.99 by rickstr on Tuesday, March 13 2012 @ 12:20:47 CET
Noted the following pluses:
+ An interesting look
+ Two quiet fans are supplied with the case
+ The internal USB 3.0 connector
+ A special locking mechanism plugs into compartments for optical drives
+ The case has a black exterior and interior to match it
+ mount for hard disk drives was surprisingly good
+ Great opportunities for cable management
And the cons:
- There are no dust filters operating at intake
- I / O panel is rather poor
- compartment for 2.5 "drives do not perform its role
- Industrial design not everyone will like