Thermaltake Bach VX Review 11

Thermaltake Bach VX Review



I would like to thank Thermaltake for supplying the review sample.

Thermaltake is one of the few companies, which try to be innovative with their products. They are definitely not afraid to try new things and have proven that there are plenty of new design possibilities for computer cases. Two great examples are the Lanbox and the Mozart TX.

The Thermaltake Bach Vx is available in two variants:


Model number
Drive Bays

4 x external 5.25’’
2 x external 3.5’’
5 x internal 3.5’’

Front bezel : Aluminum
Body : 0.8mm SECC
Form Factor
Micro ATX , Standard ATX
Expansion Slots
7 standard slots
Case Fans

Front (Intake) : 140 x 140 x 25 mm, 1000rpm, 16dBA
Rear (Exhaust) : 120 x 120 x 25 mm, 1000rpm, 15dBA

497.0 x 210.0 x 475.0 mm
(19.57 x 8.27 x 18.7 inch)
9.46 kg (20.85lb)
Front Access

USB 2.0 x 2, e-SATA connector x 1, HD audio

Packaging & Contents

The cardboard box of the case has a lot of information about the case and showcases the most important benefits of the case. It is full color and should certainly stand out among other packages.

The plastic handle makes carrying the case home from the shop very easy. The case is secured by some thin Styrofoam spacers. These will suffice as the case itself is not very heavy. Unlike other packaging methods, Thermaltake went with a cloth bag to keep the Bach Vx from getting damaged during shipping. Most other manufacturers use cheaper, plastic bags. The Styrofoam was broken due to shipping, but the case was completely undamaged.

There is not much more to be found besides the Bach Vx. Thermaltake includes a plastic bag with a cleaning wipe and a small box with an outline of a screw. It is nice to see the cleaning cloth, as it will certainly come in handy for the side window. There are two small bags inside the brown box. One is filled with an assortment of required screws, while the other is filled with thumbscrews.
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