Thermaltake launches two new HTPC cases

Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX offereings.

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Published Tue, Jan 20 2009 7:46 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:37 PM CST
Thermaltake are pushing a few new HTPC cases out of the door in the next few weeks.

The announcement follows on the heels of Thermaltake's MeOrb low profile cooler and looks to be part of an HTPC line up to come.

The new line will have the RSI H designation with the first two (RSI H SD200 and SD100 mini) to hit stores in the next few weeks. Both will ship with stands for vertical or horizontal setups.

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Thermaltake launches two new HTPC cases

the RSI H series SD100 Mini and SD200 cases. Measuring 318 x 268 x 70 mm, the SD100 weights just 2.7kg, has a piano mirror coating, an 120W Flex ATX PSU and comes with support for Mini-ITX motherboards. The case also boasts USB 2.0 and audio ports on a front-placed I/O panel, a 5.25-inch bay for a slim optical drive and a 60mm fan working at 1400 RPM on its side.

The 5.2kg SD200 comes in two versions - including a 270W TFX PSU or a 270W TFX PSU with PFC (Power Factor Correction), and has support for Micro-ATX motherboards, measures, also a piano mirror coating, a foot stand for vertical placement and one 80mm fan @ 1200 RPM. The SD200s measure 393 x 367 x 99 mm and provide one 'full' external 5.25-inch bay each.

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