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Thermaltake Aguila

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About the Product

The Aguila steel/aluminum tower case measures 210 x 478 x 520 mm, and features 5 5.25" bays, 6 3.5" bays (4 internal), 2 120 mm cooling fans, and 7 expansion slots. Supports standard and micro ATX motherboards. PSU not included. Available in black and silver colors, with or without side-window.

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Thermaltake Aguila Reviews Rating: 85 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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Bjorn3D 9/10 Jan 15 '07
Hexus  --- Oct 23 '06
OCModShop 4/5 Jun 26 '06
Overclocker Cafe  --- May 01 '06
Virtual Hideout  --- Jun 05 '06
XYZ Computing  --- Jun 06 '06
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Thermaltake Aguila Roundups and Shootouts

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Thermaltake Aguila Review Anandtech -- Aug 16 '06
Thermaltake Aguila Review X-bit labs -- Jan 15 '07

Bjorn3D on

"Aguila is another fine product from Tt's stable. It's one of the coolest looking PC cases I had reviewed so far. Although this product brings features found in Thermaltake Armor it comes with its..."

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Hexus on

"Considering the flexibility of the design and its ability to consume what it does in such a small space it’s very hard not to recommend the Aguila. It’s a quality, well finished chassis that does..."

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OCModShop on

"This case is nice and all, but you will not be able to run an SLI setup, large soundcard (like the X-fi with watercooling installed as advertised), or any of the other things that modders are going..."

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Overclocker Cafe on

"The main addition that I'd like to see here would be a removable mainboard tray. The way the case is designed, I feel that this would be fairly easy to accomplish. An included PSU would also be a..."

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Virtual Hideout on

"Overall the Thermaltake Aguila ATX Chassis is a mixed bag for me. I did find some design quirks that really hit me the wrong way, namely the hard drive cages and the front panel flying open when..."

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