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NZXT Tempest 410 Elite Review

NZXT have made the new Tempest 410 Elite very user friendly when it comes to cable routing.  This really helps to keep cable hell under control, even for a novice system builder.

After looking at the 2 images above we can see there is plenty of space available to hide all of our excess cables behind the motherboard.

NZXT have also made sure there are plenty of areas for fastening cable ties, which we use to secure the cables.

The motherboard we used has the main 24pin power socket in the strangest place.  It is located close the the rear edge of the board where there was no way to hide the main power line that runs from the power supply to the board. Once we add the HD 6950 to the system we have a better perspective of how much space is given.

Finally here is the system with the side panel back in place.  The CPU cooler consumes the entire depth of the case but does not interfere with our ability to remove or replace the panel.

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