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Thermaltake Launches XaserVI Mx Case

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  1. Jimmy 2004

    Jimmy 2004 New Member

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    With the continuous recommendation around the world, Thermaltake XaserVI has once again written down another successful story among PC enthusiasts. To fulfill middle tower demands, Thermaltake has released XaserVI’s twin brother, XaserVI Mx.

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    XaserVI Mx is the minification of XaserVI, Smaller sized but still with great features. Although with minimized size; it’s still extremely user-friendly. With the same DNA from XaserVI. XaserXI MX also has the streamline looks and sleek feel!

    While users enjoying the external beauty of XaserXI Mx, they will be equally impressed by the inner structure‚ a stunning blend of innovation and tradition. A great case needs great ventilation - it is the concept idea of all high performance cases. XaserXI has got the complete body metal grilled with well organized fan cooling system managing CPU, VGA and HDD thermal independently, achieving optimized system airflow.

    Granted from user's experiences, Thermaltake developed the tool-free and cable management function into this middle tower. Those features are often seen in many high-end chassis and provide convenient installation of motherboard and cables. With the tool-less 5.25”, 3.5” devices and PCI slot installation, users can further minimize their installation time.

    XaserVI Mx is a state-of-art combining with many impressive new features. For those who seek to build a medium sized system with high thermal performance chassis, XaserVI Mx is undoubtedly your best choice!

    Source: Thermaltake
     
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    Looks like TT is gonna make most of it's popular full-towers to mid towers, filling the market. Nice!
     
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    Why, oooooo why put an annoying front door! I agree that it looks more finished, but man are they annoying after 2 years opening and closing!! No more for me.
     
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    I love what they are doing with the Xaser and Armor series. There are too many damn good cases and not enough money or parts to put into them.
     
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    thats why i took the door of my aluminus case...

    but this case dont look half bad
     
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    I like it. I've always been a fan of the Xaser cases. At this point I like clean looking cases too much to actually use another Tt case, but if I ever built a second PC for any reason whatsoever it'd probably be something like a Xaser III or an old lime green (yes, lime green) Chieftec Dragon. I think some of you might remember back when I had a Xaser V case--which Tomcat81970 now has. The Xaser III is still my personal favorite though.
     

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