Established in 2004, NZXT is a company whose mission statement is aimed at unique designs and performance so that they can meet and exceed customer's expectations. Their goal is simple, to make products aimed directly at the gamers segment, which will also carry over to enthusiasts and overclockers as well. Based out of the Los Angeles area, NZXT creates some unusual designed enclosures, but also strives toward the high end of the performance spectrum.
Enter the Tempest, an enclosure that claims to be the "Airflow King". This is a mighty tall order to fill considering some of the similar products on the market, so we will take a closer look and see if they can live up to this statement. It will take more than just a couple of extra fans to step up to a statement like this, so we will look at overall design, active fans that come in the standard configuration as well as cooling a high-end rig.
Can NZXT manage to really be considered an Airflow King? Read on to find out for yourself.
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