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Thermaltake Tower 900 Review

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Maki role 25th November 2016, 11:33 Quote
If only I didn't have a slanting ceiling, wouldn't fit on the desk as is :/

Looks fantastic in person though, just like a large display cabinet really fully fronted with glass.
Vault-Tec 25th November 2016, 11:53 Quote
That's amazing. Seriously my bedroom when I was a kid was smaller than that.

You'd need a lot of coin into water cooling gear but man if you did...
Paradigm Shifter 25th November 2016, 12:56 Quote
If it wasn't for the fact that I've totally fallen in love with Fractal Design cases for both their quietness and dust-filters... I'd want this. Well, actually, I want it anyway - it supports E-ATX which is nice (although SSI-EEB would be nice too, so I could put a decent dual-socket mobo in there; SWTX would be even better, but unrealistic, let's face it...) - but I'm just after small and functional at the minute, and I can put as much or more kit in a FD XL R2...
Vault-Tec 25th November 2016, 13:12 Quote
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Originally Posted by Paradigm Shifter
If it wasn't for the fact that I've totally fallen in love with Fractal Design cases for both their quietness and dust-filters... I'd want this. Well, actually, I want it anyway - it supports E-ATX which is nice (although SSI-EEB would be nice too, so I could put a decent dual-socket mobo in there; SWTX would be even better, but unrealistic, let's face it...) - but I'm just after small and functional at the minute, and I can put as much or more kit in a FD XL R2...

Ooo yeah, dual sockets with a loop for each :D
Maki role 25th November 2016, 13:39 Quote
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Originally Posted by Paradigm Shifter
If it wasn't for the fact that I've totally fallen in love with Fractal Design cases for both their quietness and dust-filters... I'd want this. Well, actually, I want it anyway - it supports E-ATX which is nice (although SSI-EEB would be nice too, so I could put a decent dual-socket mobo in there; SWTX would be even better, but unrealistic, let's face it...) - but I'm just after small and functional at the minute, and I can put as much or more kit in a FD XL R2...

I'd have thought EEB would fit in fine despite not being listed? I mean the mounting points are shared and it's clearly wide enough for one, look how the test rig is dwarfed haha.
Seinron 25th November 2016, 15:40 Quote
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Originally Posted by Paradigm Shifter
If it wasn't for the fact that I've totally fallen in love with Fractal Design cases for both their quietness and dust-filters... I'd want this. Well, actually, I want it anyway - it supports E-ATX which is nice (although SSI-EEB would be nice too, so I could put a decent dual-socket mobo in there; SWTX would be even better, but unrealistic, let's face it...) - but I'm just after small and functional at the minute, and I can put as much or more kit in a FD XL R2...

It's not in the review but SSI-EEB is supported out of the Box :)
Bloodburgers 25th November 2016, 17:19 Quote
I guess this their upgrade on the old Mozart Case. It looks really tidy would love one of these. would have to fit some leds and an internal disco ball. Bostin!!!
wolfticket 25th November 2016, 20:00 Quote
Ideal candidate for a comedy Mini-ITX build :)
Paradigm Shifter 26th November 2016, 11:03 Quote
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Originally Posted by Maki role
I'd have thought EEB would fit in fine despite not being listed? I mean the mounting points are shared and it's clearly wide enough for one, look how the test rig is dwarfed haha.
I've risked it before with E-ATX cases and had a nightmare getting the board to fit. :( IIRC one of the mounting holes don't line up between E-ATX and SSI-EEB?
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Originally Posted by Seinron
It's not in the review but SSI-EEB is supported out of the Box :)
OK, cool.
David 26th November 2016, 13:19 Quote
I think my dishwasher is smaller than that chassis!
Vault-Tec 26th November 2016, 13:37 Quote
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Originally Posted by wolfticket
Ideal candidate for a comedy Mini-ITX build :)

If you had lots of money you could probably build four ITX rigs in there. Each with their own loop, GPU etc. And then fold with it :D
Anfield 26th November 2016, 14:40 Quote
Or skip the Watercooling and use the rest of the space as a vivarium.:D
bulldogjeff 26th November 2016, 15:59 Quote
Finally a case worthy to replace my Mozart TX..

Its Saturday Night Special all over again. Woooohoooo .

I need to go and have a word with father Christmas.
DrTiCool 27th November 2016, 09:09 Quote
damn nice... I can imagine to use it as a Grow Box for just 1 plant with that nice blue or red led spectrums right in your living room, classy
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