I would like to thank Caseking.de for supplying the review sample.
Caseking is one of the few companies out there, which will not just sell anything. They only offer hardware that performs well and is of high quality. The shop offers quite a few exclusive parts and devices from all around the world and it is also the official distributor for a long list of well known manufacturers. Their assortment has grown greatly in recent years, while great service and support is still a very important part of the shop philosophy. The website may be in German, but due to great demand, an English version is in the works. We received continous support from Caseking and they were kind enough to send us the latest from NZXT.
The NZXT Tempest 410 is available in two versions. A normal one without a window and the ELITE variant with a windowed side panel.
|Specifications: NZXT Tempest 410|
|MATERIAL:||Steel & Plastic|
|DRIVE BAYS:||3x External 5.25"|
8x Internal 3.5/2.5"
|DIMENSIONS:||215 x 481 X 496mm|
|FRONT FANS:||2 X 120 mm @ 1200 rpm (1x included)|
|REAR FANS:||1x 120 mm @ 1200 rpm (included)|
|TOP FANS:||2x 120/140 mm (not included)|
|BOTTOM FANS:||1x 120 mm (not included)|
|I/O:||3x USB 2.0|
1x USB 3.0
NZXT packages the Tempest 410 chassis in a plain brown box. The front holds an image of the chassis, while the rear goes into some detail about the chassis features.
Both smaller sides of the package hold a list of specifications. The only differentiating factor is the small image of the chassis. There are no holes to grip the package, but the entire unit is light enough for fairly easy transportation home from the post office.
Even though the package was crushed a bit from the outside, there is no damage to the case itself. It comes sandwiched between to Styrofoam spacers and protected by a thin plastic bag.
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