Keeping Cool In Fall
Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 21, 2005 - 03:57 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Start your overclocking, t'is the season to squeeze some extra heat out of your PC, and start thinking about what you want other people to buy you. The Guru of 3D has his hands on a Thermaltake Tai Chi, another giant heatsink that has been hollowed out and sold as a PC case. If you can afford it, this case will not dissapoint.
"Thermaltake recently released a new PC case. Targeted at the high-end and enthusiast consumer with a diminutive amount of money to spare, Thermaltake offers a new series of PC ATX/BTX ready casings. It's widely compatible with all mainboards and has a certain balanced feel to it. It's huge, it's heavy, it's impressive, it's beautiful and it's called the Tai Chi (bless you). This case my friends is gigantic , it weighs roughly 20 kilograms when it's empty and functions as one huge heatsink, I'm not kidding here. The dimensions of the bugger are 695x380x690 mm! The casing frame is made almost completely from brushed aluminum. The first glance at the case to Guru3D resembled pure beauty ... "
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