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Thermaltake Bach VX

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About the Product

This steel/aluminum tower case measures 210.0 x 497.0 x 475.0 mm. It features 4 5.25" drive bays, 7 3.5" drive bays (5 hidden), 7 expansion slots, front panel I/O ports and comes with 1 140 mm and 1 120 mm cooling fan. It supports standard/micro ATX motherboards and ATX PS2II PSUs (not included).

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Thermaltake Bach VX Reviews Rating: 91 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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3dXtreme 9/10 Apr 09 '07
DarkVision Hardware 9/10 Feb 14 '07
Hi-TechReviews.com  --- Jun 20 '07
Overclocker Cafe  --- Mar 19 '07
techPowerUp! 9.2/10 Feb 07 '07
XYZ Computing  --- Apr 16 '07
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"Thermaltake proves themselves once again with the unique styling and feature filled arrival of the Bach VX Case. Pushing the limits of stylish looks and delivering a Case worthy of the Thermaltake..."

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"For most people the Bach VX will be a superb case - it has great looks and it's very user friendly. The case has a great build quality and is very silent with its big 120mm (15dbA) and 140mm..."

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Hi-TechReviews.com on

"I think it is safe to say that finding another case that offers as many features as the BachVx does for under $100.00 is going to be quite a undertaking. From it's huge panoramic side-panel window..."

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Overclocker Cafe on

"The Bach VX doesn't bring a lot of splash and flash to the table, but it does have nice clean lines, a classic look and functional features. The stealthy drive bay covers mean you don't have to by..."

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techPowerUp! on

"This case is robust, innovative, great looking and will look good next to your TV as a media center as well as at a LAN party."

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