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Thermaltake Xaser VI Full-tower Case

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by t_ski, Nov 19, 2007.

  1. t_ski

    t_ski Former Staff

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    tzitzibp says thanks.
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    that's one hell of a big case. those 790fx boards would easily accommodate this case. I mean, 10 PCI slots? Really nice.
     
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    Alot bigger than I remember the Xasers being. Im impressed by the girth of this beast. Albeit, the price is also alot higher than I remember these cases being. For the price of this, I can get the Kosmos and be good to go. Oh and a nice water cooling setup :roll:
     
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    Sweet case Ski.... but@355usd :eek: just a bit steep When they Hit the 'Reduced rack' will pick 1 up for sure :D
     
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    awesome case !
     
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    I used to have a xaser v and it was ok,i would consider selling my akasa eclipse for one of these.Screw the price,it is a sweet case.
     
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    This is my next case.... fantastic review for a fantastic case!!!
     
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    Excellent review, but holy crap - Thermaltake's design team need a slap. The aesthetics are disgusting.
     
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    it is clearly a matter of opinion!!!
     
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    Stating the obvious there, and your right. :twitch:
     
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    I think the design is much more subtle than previous Xaser cases. However, (as stated in the review) if you like the features but not the design there is also the Armor+ case with a much more traditional design. Under the hood, they are both the same.
     
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    that is a massive case :twitch:

    You could build your own personal server tower with that chasis :p

    Although, I found it somewhat similar to the CM Stacker 83x series . . . maybe that's just me :confused:
     

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