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Thermaltake Xaser III Skull VM3000A

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About the Product

The Thermaltake Xaser III Skull VM3000A aluminum tower case measures 192 x 535 x 430 mm, and features 6 5.25" bays, 5 3.5" bays (2 internal), 4 80 mm fans (2 side, 2 rear), and 7 expansion slots. Supports standard and micro ATX motherboards.

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Thermaltake Xaser III Skull VM3000A Reviews Rating: 80 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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website score publish date
Neoseeker 90% Jan 22 '04
Ascully.com 8/10 Mar 22 '04
CoolTechZone  --- Feb 14 '04
Hardcoreware  --- Jan 12 '04
Overclocker Cafe  --- Nov 24 '03
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Ascully.com on Mar 22 '04

"The only downsides I can see are the price (Around $130), no PSU included, and the look that some people will hate. Overall though Thermaltake have another winner on there hands. This is a case..."

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CoolTechZone on Feb 16 '04

"...the skull edition is a successful product from Thermaltake."

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Hardcoreware on Jan 12 '04

"As far as hardcore mid tower cases go, the Skull is allright in my books, and comes just a hair short of receiving an award."

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Neoseeker on Jan 22 '04

"...the ThermalTake Xaser III VM3000A is a great case. It is a great improvement from their previous models except for the disappointing removal of the front headphone and mic jacks. All the strong..."

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Overclocker Cafe on Nov 25 '03

"...the Thermaltake Skull is a well engineered and manufactured case. It is another version of a smaller line of Xaser III's and it deserves a lot of credit."

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