NZXT provides parts needed to mount hardware, and even labels the baggies that the various parts are in. Experienced system builders may know what the parts are by looking at them, but a newbie will appreciate every bit of help he/she can get. Installing parts into the Tempest is easy for the most part. The interesting part is the abrogation of the route of wires, and unused wires. We had plenty of space for other stuff, and under the lower hard drive cage that are useful to hide extra wires.
Buying a case might not seem like a big deal at first. But, as all of our readers know, it’s personal. It would be hard to go wrong with the Tempest considering the $99 price point and performance value, including six case fans in itself. So, go ahead and give it a go. You might just be temp-ted.