Three Thermaltakes to tame temperatures
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 17, 2006 - 11:41 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
AnandTech compares three cases from Thermaltake, the Eclipse DV, the Eureka and the Aguila. Ease of installation, airflow effectiveness and the noise level all get compared to help you decide between the coolest and loudest, or quiet, without quite so much airflow.
"While we've already examined the ThermalRock Eclipse in a large roundup from last year, we're going
to take a brief look at its latest incarnation, the Eclipse DV - now officially a Thermaltake product.
This newer case is very much like the original, but will serve as a good comparison to the newer
designs Thermaltake has to offer as well. The Eureka is targeted as a true server case, and although
some of its design features will definitely make this obvious it could still fit into a lot of users'
"perfect combination of features" list. Lastly we'll examine the very new Aguila desktop case, a
product quite similar to the very popular Armor Jr. case but with a couple useful tweaks."
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