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Thermaltake Mozart Tx Pro Reviews

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Thermaltake Mozart Tx Reviews

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Bjorn3D 10/10 Oct 10 '06
Gideon Tech 9/10 Oct 13 '06
HardwareLogic 87/100 Feb 22 '08
Legion Hardware  --- Sep 24 '06
MadShrimps  --- Dec 05 '07
Overclocker Cafe  --- Aug 09 '06
PC Perspective  --- Nov 21 '06
Techgage 9/10 Mar 23 '07
techPowerUp! 8.6/10 Aug 16 '06
The Tech Lounge  --- Dec 13 '06
Tweak Town 8.5/10 Jan 03 '07
TweakNews.net  --- Sep 18 '06
Virtual Hideout  --- Nov 08 '06
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"Looking at the design, it's something we haven't seen yet in terms of proportions and size (except for Tai Chi, but that was really a server case). Research & development team did a magnificent job thinking outside the box and just brainstorming every idea they came up with. Mixing two different enclosures, PC and HTPC, the design team built a very unique case for both enthusiasts and home theater entertainment folks."
"I have to say, this is a nice media center case. It certainly doesn't lend itself to blending into a home theater, as it dwarfs DVD players and VCRs, but you wouldn't want to hide it; the finish on the case is beautiful."
"Overall, the shortcomings are dwarfed by the quality and options this case provides. The inclusion of a front eSATA data port and eSATA power port is a welcomed sight but the power port will be limited primarily to Thermaltakes external drives as most companies use an included power brick. Also the inclusion to allow a mITX board on the rear side is a new option that smaller cases cannot provide. As long as you have the income and need for this style of case, it should fit the bill perfectly."
"The Mozart Tx is a fun case to own, as working with it never really seems to grow old. Some cases that we review make you just want to hurry up the install and get on with it. The Mozart Tx on the other hand keeps you coming back for more as there are just so may possibilities with this case."
"Mozart Tx is not for everyone and really is a niche item. Unfortunately at this price and without a water-cooling system included it’s a tough sell. If I were building a no-cost system, water-cooled and wanted the option of installing two dual 120mm radiators supporting multiple water blocks, YES I would buy the case."
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