I love the name and it looks like a improved A900 which is something Antec should be doing.
|NZXT has taken the original Tempest and fine tuned it, adding a nice list of new features to the case, while managing to keep the price the same upon launch. This new case, called Tempest EVO scores further points with us for the black interior along with small updates to the overall functionality as well as the new aspects in design. Considering the price tag, Tempest comes with plenty of cool features that aren't available in a lot of enclosures. NZXT already managed to turn heads by including six fans into the original Tempest and the EVO continues to offer the same number. This creates some great air flow, but you better be prepared for some noise in that regard.The market segment of the 100 US Dollar enclosures is easily the thoughest of the entire case market and while NZXT Tempest EVO does go with a bit of plastic to realize the overall design, it still feels sturdy and does manage to combine all features and aspect for a cool looking and fully featured chassis. The new features, released around two years after the first Tempest, breath new life into the case and its design and the new changes do warrant the "EVO" addition and marketing as a new case.|