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  • Tecware Nexus Evo Case review


    Installation and Conclusion

    To get a good idea of just how well things fit we installed a MSI MEG Z390 ACE motherboard.  This ATX motherboard fits nicely with plenty of room up top and in the front and room to spare for a modest water cooling system to work!

    To test the clearance for a performance heat sink we installed the popular Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB Black edition heat sink.

    As you can see it’s a bit of a tight fit but this 158mm heat sink fits with a little room to spare!


    The Nexus Evo promised to provide a builder friendly design with a nice list of features all in a budget friendly package.  I am happy to confirm it delivers.  The design looks sharp and should support just about any budget level and has room to grow as you build changes over time.  Things like full sized graphics cards and a decent sized water cooling loop are not out of the question.

    Tecware has provided a lot to like in the Nexus Evo. Plenty of cooling options, support for full size components, onboard RGB and a compact design should get this case on the top of any enthusiast’s budget build list.

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    Good Things

    Tempered Glass
    Supports full sized components
    Built-in RGB
    Plenty of room for cooling

    Bad Things

    No RGB controller compatibility
    Limited USB 3.0 support