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Thermaltake Xaser VI Super Tower Chassis - The Features - Yes, there's more!

We bring you an exclusive look at Thermaltake's latest full-tower case which further compliments their Xaser series.

| Super-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Nov 26, 2007 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 92%Manufacturer: Thermaltake

Features - Even Deeper

 

Included in the accessories shipped with the case is an additional drawer for the 5.25" bay area, this allows you to keep items of regular use or value there. While this would not be my first choice to keep things in, it will most likely be useful if you ever took the case to a BYO PC LAN, or if you wanted to make sure you never misplaced any of the thumbscrews, this would be an ideal place to keep them in.

 

 

Similarly, the innovative sliding hood when opened reveals a secret compartment that can be used. You can also store tools or a cell phone, or even keys and a wallet. However, it doesn't lock down; instead, a thumb screw can keep the hood in place. The brilliant bit about this feature is that if the secret compartment is removed, you can install the Liquid Cooling Unit from Thermaltake, this giving you access to the water cooling kit's reservoir. Essentially you will be "sliding back the hood and filling up the tank". Not jargon I'd normally use on a PC case, but what can I say? Times are changing.

 

 

The last feature I would like to point out is the seven 5.25" bays. With today's modern DVD/HD/Blu-Ray/CD-ROM drives being all-in-one solutions, one would think it's not really necessary to have a whole heap of these bays, but when reflecting on what gamers want I realized that too much of anything is never enough. Many gamers out there might have the Creative X-Fi series sound cards with additional front 5.25" bay add-in brackets, or they might be planning to install the Liquid Cooling System from Thermaltake, so really this is necessary and the seven bays just about does it perfectly.

 

 

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