These days to us it seems like Thermaltake are releasing more casing products than nVidia or ATi do GPU's and there is no denying that we have a colossal amount of video cards on the market right now. ThermalTake are back at it again with another case, this time it's called the Xaser V. The popular PC modding company originally designed their case off the popular Antec which was a copy of the same case from another company - gosh, such a bizarre love triangle of casing confusion!
ThermalTake has done a considerable amount of work with the case from the original design and we intend to get straight into the action and find out what they have done with the latest addition to the Xaser line of cases and if these changes deserve your hard earned dollars or not.
Let's see what ThermalTake has done for us with their latest incarnation!
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