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Thermaltake Silver Aluminum MozartTx VE1000SWA Cube Tower

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Pros: Alot of space and many features! Well built!

Cons: Not very Stylish and the colors are too neutral

Thermaltake Silver Aluminum MozartTx VE1000SWA Cube Tower

The Thermaltake Silver Aluminum MozartTx VE1000SWA Cube Tower is huge and will fit whatever you need! It also comes at a fraction of the price of the expensive enthusiast cases that some other companies make. Granted this case is outdated not but can still be easily modded or retrofitted to meet your needs! I also like the fact that it is actually bare metal, sounds weird but its actually easier to work with if you plan to mod it and then paint it afterwards. The front panel is a large thick piece of aluminum adding to the durability and stability of the case, I would feel confident that if I move and have to ship or transport this case it will hold up very well! I am using this case as my ultimate HTPC build for movies, gaming and home server! biggrin.gif

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Thermaltake Silver Aluminum MozartTx VE1000SWA Cube Tower
Description:

The MozartTx aluminum cube tower can house two independent computer systems, enough fans to generate over 750 cfm of airflow, and an optional video monitor. The case has four sections: the first with room for six 3.5” hard drives in a removable rack; top left holds 5 external 5.25” drives and a 7” external drive (for the optional 7” retractable LCD monitor); the left lower section of the case is built to hold one of a variety of motherboards, power supply, and 7 expansion cards; and the lower right section is designed for a Mini-ITX motherboard and power supply. Each side swings open on hinges, for easy access. Each section (except the Mini-ITX) has its own 120mm fan, and you can have a total of 11 fans! The MozartTx can also use an optional liquid-cooling system with two 12x24cm radiators, and features rubber-grommeted ports, hose guides and 4 plastic hose guards, to prevent hose abrasion. The case front features a two-layer air filtration system, which is easily removed for cleaning, and an impressive I/O panel. There are 4 USB 2.0 ports, a FireWire connector, HD audio jacks, and an eSATA port and power jack. It’s going to be a long time before you outgrow the MozartTx, but you’ll have fun trying!

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Models:
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
VE1000BWS
VE1000BNS
VE1000SNA
VE1000SWA

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To make the case compatible to hold a fully functional ITX system as well as the main ATX system you will need to buy peripherals made by Thermaltake. These items cannot really be found anymore. I modded mine with a rotary tool to fit the ITX SFF power supply and manufactured my own I/O and PWR,RESET switches.

 

 

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