A case that towers over the competition

Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 28, 2006 - 03:11 PM |
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At 7kg (15lbs), 72cm tall (almost 2.5 ft) and 36cm wide and deep (1.2ft), it is hard to imagine using Thermaltakes Mozart Tx as an HTPC case.  Fitting both full ATX/BTX and mini ATX boards, it is very versatile, but when you are easily able to fit 10 120mm fans into the case, it seems more likely the case will be stuffed with top of the line, heat pumping components.  Legion Hardware loved it, and want you to love it too.

"Before you even begin to wonder about the Mozart Tx there are a few questions you have to ask. Questions such as why and what is this case

designed for? What does it do and why does it need to be so big to do it? Who really needs this case? These are the kind of questions I have

noticed readers asking about the Mozart Tx and they are all very good questions. After all, this massive case comes at a price premium of

$230 US, so you obviously need to know what its all about before even considering purchasing one. After playing with this case for a number

of weeks now, all I can say is you are going to want one!"

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