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Thermaltake Mozart


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About the Product

This steel/aluminum HTPC case measures 430 x 170 x 452 mm and features 3 5.25" bays, 5 internal 3.5" bays, and 7 expansion slots. Comes with 1 80 x 25 x 80 mm and 2 60 x 25 x 60 mm cooling fans. The case fits standard/micro ATX motherboards. PSU included. IR remote control included with "Media Lab" edition of Mozart.


Thermaltake Mozart Reviews Rating: 79 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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Big Bruin 4/5 Feb 17 '06
Gadget Life  --- Jun 03 '06  --- Jan 03 '07
Guru3d  --- Feb 27 '06
OverclockersOnline  --- Jun 01 '06
Tech Zone 8.5/10 Jul 03 '06
Techgage 7/10 Jul 09 '07
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Thermaltake Mozart Roundups and Shootouts

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Thermaltake Mozart Review X-bit labs -- Jan 28 '06

Big Bruin on

"Balancing the style, quality, cooling capability, and all of the other positive features with the few items where I think the Mozart case could be improved the overall impression is still quite..."

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Gadget Life on

"The base model Mozart without the VFD is not the best case I've done work with. But it certainly is one of the finest looking I have used. Thermaltake has done its best to make an attractive unit..."

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"Overall, the Mozart is a super-quiet HTPC enclosure that offers classy style and solid construction."

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Guru3d on

"...the bottom line here is that this is a very impressive casing. It'll function as an HTPC or can even work as a desktop PC. The price is also extremely competitive."

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OverclockersOnline on

"Altogether, the Thermaltake Mozart Media LAB is a perfect candidate for HTPC use considering you can pay the price premium of over $200. I highly recommend this case, a mid-tower disguised as a HTPC!"

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