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  • Tecware Nexus Evo Case review


    Case Layout and Features

    From a visual standpoint the angular corners and the tempered glass work well together making this case feel smaller and more modern than most cases in its class.

    A large tempered glass panel dominates the left hand side.  This panel is held in place by a set of four thumb screws in each of the corners and the angular front panel provides plenty of good venting along the sides.

    The back goes with a traditional layout to support ATX, mATX and ITX motherboards. Rear venting is provided by an included 120mm fan. 

    Despite the smaller stature, the Nexus Evo still supports all 7 external expansion slots and it is always nice to see vented slot covers included.  The expansion slots are not fully enclosed inside the case instead opting to have the expansion cards sit flush with the external panel leaving the screws exposed to the outside.

    Front panel controls are found on the top of the case between the two major vents. From left to right: The back lit power button, Three USB slots (one USB 3.0 and 2 USB 2.0), Audio I/O ports and a reset button. A removable magnetic dust filter covers those top fan slots nicely.