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Conclusion

So we’ve made our acquaintance with the new model range of system cases from Thermaltake. I won’t give you any recommendations as I think the descriptions of the models above are quite comprehensive for you to make a well-judged choice. My only advice to you is take a look at the case you like in shop since snapshots can’t always reproduce them right. And if you base your choice on technical characteristics rather than on outer looks, here are our summary diagrams (I don’t publish the results of the Tenor case because I used another set of hardware parts to build a computer in it and it would be incorrect to compare it with the other system cases).

And here are their specifications:


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* The info about SViking model is available here on the manufacturer’s website.

I think I’ve given you enough information, so it’s now up to you to choose a system case that suits best your particular needs and requirements. And I, on my part, hope that Thermaltake will keep on turning out admirable system cases, no worse than the reviewed six.

 
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