The Thermaltake Xpressar
Thermaltake chose the Xaser IV to house the Xpressar system. The chassis has a lot of room and Thermaltake took advantage of the available space.
For the most part the Xaser IV was unchanged for the Xpressar project.
At the heart of the Xpressar is the cooling system. The phase change components are all mounted to the removable motherboard tray. Here we see the components packed in the protective foam that is used for shipping.
The Xpressar cooling components are only held to the motherboard tray with a few screws. Once they are removed you can easily separate the two.
Here we see the other side of the Xpressar system for the first time. Let's now take the first look at the components.
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