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NZXT Tempest 410 Elite Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Since 2008, NZXT's Tempest line-up has become well-known for offering a good bang for the buck. All of the models released to date have bold designs, but nothing over-the-top. The latest variant, the 410 Elite, focuses on efficient airflow, and includes a front honeycomb design and room for a dual-rad out-of-the-box.
Read Ryan's in-depth look at NZXT's Tempest 410 Elite and then discuss it here!
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