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Thermaltake Xaser VI Case rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Thermaltake Xaser VI Case comes in six different all aluminum models. The VG4000BNS & VG4000SNA models include mesh on the side panels, the VG4000BWS & VG4000SWA models have windows on the side panel and there are the VG400LBWS & VG400LSWA models which include a liquid cooling system. This case has 14 drives bays (7x5.25" & 7.3.5"), three 140mm fans, removable motherboard tray, aggressive styling and so much more. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.


 

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Thermaltake M9 Case  rated  by 3dGameMan.com

Video Review #937 Summary

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The Thermaltake M9 Case is your standard mid-tower case, but it has lots of great features. Up to nine 5.25" drive bays, excellent air circulation with the two included 120mm blue LED fans, tooless drive bay and expansion slot design and a removable and prepositional HDD cage. It even fits full length video cards from ATI and NVIDIA. One things it doesn't have though is a removable motherboard tray. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.


 

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Thermaltake Armor+ Case Video Review rated  by 3dGameMan.com

Video Review #944 Summary

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The Thermaltake Armor+ Case has tremendous bang for the buck. It's loaded with features but affordable at the same time. There are plenty of drive bays, lots of room to work, removable motherboard tray, unbelievable air circulation, tooless design, and so much more. The only real disadvantage is it's extremely heavy since it's mostly steel. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.


 

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Thermaltake Kandalf Full Tower Series Case  rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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Thermaltake PurePower 350W Fanless Heatpipe Power Supply rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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Thermaltake PurePower TWV500W Modular Power Supply rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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Thermaltake Tenor HTPC Case  rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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Thermaltake Armor+ MX Case (VH8000BWS) rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Thermaltake Armor+ MX Case offer lots of great features. One bug plus with this case is air circulation. With two 120mm fans as well as a massive 23cm fan on the left side panel it provides tremendous airflow. This will keep the computer components inside the case cool in any environment. This case also has a tooless design for installation of drives in the drive bays and cards in the expansion slots. Watch the video to find out more.


 

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Thermaltake Swing Mid-Tower Case rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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Thermaltake Tide Water Video Card Water Cooling rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Thermaltake Tide Water (VGA Liquid Cooling Module) is the first of its kind. Currently there is nothing like it on the market. With modern Video Cards getting faster and faster, they can get really hot. At default speeds this is fine, but if you are overclocking, something else is required. This is a perfect option for anyone needing to get their Video Card's core to its peek performance. Watch the Video to find out more...


 

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