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Thermaltake Soprano DX


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The Soprano DX steel tower case measures 210.0 x 478.0 x 497.0 mm, and features 4 5.25" bays, 7 3.5" bays (5 internal), 1 120 mm and 1 140 mm cooling fan, and 7 expansion slots. Supports standard and micro ATX motherboards. PSU not included.


Thermaltake Soprano DX Reviews Rating: 80 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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BIOS Level 8/10 Aug 28 '07
Hardware Upgrade  --- Mar 13 '07
Hexus  --- Jul 04 '07
Overclockers Club  --- Jun 17 '07
Techgage 7/10 Mar 13 '07
The Tech Lounge  --- Nov 22 '07
ThinkComputers 9/10 Mar 19 '07
X-bit labs  --- Jun 03 '07
XYZ Computing  --- Apr 26 '07
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"Overall, I'm pleased with the case. I have a few issues with some of the design features, but you have to keep in mind that this is an entry-level case for Thermaltake with the $120 price tag. I..."

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"Again, the Thermaltake Soprano DX is not a bad product. It is just plagued by its terrible support for larger video cards. This one problem is enough to sufficiently ruin our final judgement of the..."

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Hexus on

"Unfortunately the basic design of the Thermaltake case is out-dated and won't, for instance, meet the needs of today's serious gamer. However, if you are running hardware that isn't going to be..."

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"The thermal performance of the case was as good as the case I reviewed earlier. I was impressed at how cool the CPU would run even overclocked and running two instances of Prime95. With all the..."

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Techgage on

"Overall, The Soprano DX proved to be a decent case for its price range. It looks sleek and has the build to match, and it’ll be hard going back to a case made out of plastic. I loved the tool-less..."

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