By now, just about everyone has heard of them. We're talking about Thermaltake, of course. They have been going out of their way to make a name for themselves in the world of cooling those enthusiast systems. And since they target the overclocker and performance user, they also manage to make a product line that works for the everyday computer user as well.
We've seen a number of their products over the past months and years, but this has been mainly heatsinks for either those high-performance processors or the high-end video card. But lately, this company has been spreading out into other areas of computing. Which brings us to the review of the day, the Thermaltake Xaser II 6000 Plus enclosure. We'll have to see how this case links in with cooling, but that's a bit later. Let's start off with getting down and dirty.
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