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Thermaltake Tenor

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About the Product

This aluminum/steel HTPC case measures 430 x 170 x 460 mm and features 3 5.25" drive bays, 5 3.5" bays (3 internal), and 7 expansion slots. Comes with 1 80 x 25 x 80 mm and 1 60 x 25 x 60 mm cooling fan. The case fits standard/micro ATX motherboards. PS/2 PSU optional.

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Thermaltake Tenor Reviews Rating: 80 out of 100 based on 5 ratings.

Meta Reviews

website score publish date article quality
3DVelocity 9.0/10 Aug 09 '05
A1 Electronics  --- May 09 '05
Bytesector.com 3/5 May 29 '05
DriverHeaven  --- Sep 14 '05
HTPC News  --- Mar 05 '06
Legion Hardware 95% Apr 21 '05
Modders-Inc 7/10 Jun 21 '06
PCApex 9/10 Apr 13 '06
Phoronix 9/10 Jul 13 '05
TweakNews.net  --- Aug 25 '05
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Thermaltake Tenor Roundups and Shootouts

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Thermaltake Tenor Review Anandtech -- Nov 22 '05
Thermaltake Tenor Review X-bit labs -- Sep 12 '05

3DVelocity on

"It's big and bad enough to cope with just about anything you'd care to build inside it has the looks to suit most environments from living room to LAN."

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A1 Electronics on

"With plenty of air ventilation holes and provision to even allow you to add and change the cooling to suit your needs this Thermaltake Tenor computer case has everything one is looking for in a PC...."

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Bytesector.com on

"The ThermalTake Tenor is definitely an interesting case which appears to be expertly targeted towards a home theatre environment. With a stylish aluminum front to this heavy steel case and..."

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DriverHeaven on

"Overall a very well designed case with a few minor design issues, despite these the case is a very attractive purchase and very much recommended for media PC users."

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HTPC News on

"For a budget case there isn't a lot to complain about. The layout while not perfect is generally forgivable since it is a rather inexpensive case as HTPC cases go. The use of blue LEDs is one of..."

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