Thermaltake Spedo Advance


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This steel tower case measures 232 x 610 x 536 mm. It features front panel I/O ports, 7 5.25" drive bays, 7 3.5" drive bays (6 internal), 8 PCI expansion slots, and 1 140 mm and 3 120 mm, 2 230 mm cooling fans. It supports standard and micro ATX motherboards. Front panel I/O ports. Transparent side window. PSU not included.


Thermaltake Spedo Advance Reviews Rating: 81 out of 100 based on 4 ratings.

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APH Networks 7.3/10 Jan 01 '09
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"In essence, the Thermaltake Spedo Advance Package is actually pretty good -- and not only does it have the style of a sports car, it also manages to distinguish itself from the crowd with its Cable..."

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Hardware Secrets on

"This is a practically flawless case, being one of the most complete cases we ever reviewed. The overall quality of this product is impressive and should please even the most exigent user. The only..."

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"Overall we think that Thermaltake is on to something good with the Spedo Advance Package, but it really needs to be refined. We’re afraid that there are similar performing cases out there that..."

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"The Thermaltake Spedo is the ideal case to choose whether this is to be your new case or even your replacement case. It has all the features one would expect from a high-end case. The time it takes..."

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"While still very large, the Spedo is more compact than the Armor+, making it significantly easier to transport. The Armor+ was simply too big and awkward to move around, making it a bad choice for..."

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