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Thermaltake S300 TG

Darksaber

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The Thermaltake S300 TG is slightly smaller and simpler than the S500 TG, but just as solid, and is noticeably more affordable. This could make it an interesting option for those on a tighter budget, or users who simply don't need all the bells and whistles in the larger S500 TG.

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I didn't know it was possible for Thermaltake to do understated.

For those that buy, you may want to take the time to put some tin snips to those rather restrictive fan guards.
 
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The Thermaltake S100 is probably the top micro ATX case in all the stores around here. Understated, good quality, much lower price.
 
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Dust filters everywhere except the back panel which is a mass of slots and holes for dust to enter.
Poor design that is overlooked by ALL case manufacturers.
 
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Dust filters everywhere except the back panel which is a mass of slots and holes for dust to enter.
Poor design that is overlooked by ALL case manufacturers.
That's why you want positive pressure inside the case, so dust doesn't det inside through those holes.

The front panel has dust filters at the sides but they're useless because there's an unfiltered opening at the bottom where dust particles can enter the case, and that is a bad design that many manufacturers are at fault.
 
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That's why all the air is supposed to be pushed in that direction.
Please explain how if a radiator is mounted top, and on the side and used as exhaust.
I will never mount a radiator as intake, so it's a poor design.
 
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