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- Friday, April 16th, 2004 Like Share


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rockhole Apr 16, 04
It does seem to be loaded up with all of the necessitys but if you were to ask me, I think the Thermaltakes look way to tacky. Kind of like some ricer on the street (only its easier to put performance in a computer), I'd rather make a bad ass sleeper out of my Antec Performance Plus 1080AMG.

But that does seem pretty light compared to mine (which is about 35lbs)

If I ever feel the need to make an overclockable LAN Party machine then this would probably be it.
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corry s Apr 17, 04
Nice article Andy. I was out at the office on thursday and saw the case when I was there. Got to agree with everyone on the checker board theme, bit tacky for my taste. Other than that it looked ok.

I've got a Xaser III metal case myself; in hind site I think I should have went with aluminum. When my case is fully loaded it weighs a ton. Good thing I don't haul this thing around to LAN parties
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Redemption Apr 17, 04
I think I'm with rockhole on this one: an Antec performance series with some decent mods could probably look classier, but most people like the Hardcano and you can't really fault some of the other features in the case.
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Sneaker Apr 22, 04
As i currently own one of these babies i can say the guys have covered all pretty well. The only thing i fault it on is the excessive cabling for all the fans but i guess thats a price u have to pay to keep cool, which it does well. On the whole I'm very happy with my purchase and would buy again if i had to make a choice! The only thing i didn't see covered in the article was the nice touches added with the blue neon's and flashing front door which is like a disco when open. I personally would give it 9/10 and would recommend to anyone looking for an outrageous fun case that never fails to impress peeps who see it! Access to the inside for overclockers and modders like myself is great. Always quick and easy!
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