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post #11 of 133 (permalink) Old 11-19-2014, 10:08 AM
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Wow, seriously love these TT cases lately! The whole Core series is a major step up, and the prices are fantastic!
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post #12 of 133 (permalink) Old 11-19-2014, 10:21 AM
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Thermaltake used to be known for bad quality and fugly cases, they've really stepped up their game lately. I would seriously consider this if I was interested in MATX.

My thoughts exactly. Years ago I never would've considered a TT case but I've been fairly impressed with their offerings lately, especially this one. thumb.gif


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Anyone know when this is coming out.

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This case looks damn fine

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So matx instead of itx and window on side instead of top...
The mitx model has the worse cooling etc of any competitor I've seen
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Looks like a floor subwoofer with windows....

and I love it biggrin.gif

Seriously considering this for my g3258 build that's been sitting without a case for months..


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if you look at their website too they sell side window panels. Windowed panels on both sides of the case???? looks promising. definitely going to get this bad boy when it comes out though. thumb.gif
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very nice. Still prefer the matx prodigy for its colors but this actually looks to be a better all round case

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This thing is MASSIVE for a mATX cube. I liked it at first before realizing that my N200 takes up a much smaller footprint.

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This thing is MASSIVE for a mATX cube. I liked it at first before realizing that my N200 takes up a much smaller footprint.

I think its the ideal, biggest possible size for a mATX cube system, without taking too much space from cooling or storage, or psu. All other cube mATX cases come with some kind of compromise, with cpu cooler height, radiator space, hdd cooling, or short psu... This is just perfect. Or at least would be perfect, with some more dust filtering. I could even imagine a front panel with a 5.25 slot maybe.

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