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Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Case

Product: Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Case
Date: October 31, 2008
Author: Bob Buskirk
Edited By: Jason Greiner
Provided By: Thermaltake
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6
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Spedo Overview

The Spedo is a very large case being a full tower case. It looks unlike any other Thermaltake case that we have taken a look at. One thing that really sets it apart is the top of the case. It has some very stylish exhaust vents and the honeycombed design gives it a good look.

Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Case
Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Case

The front of the case very plain with an all honeycombed look. On the front there are 4 top 5.25-inch drive bays and on the bottom there are also 3 5.25-inch drive bays. On the right side of the case there are the power and reset buttons, which are placed very discretely.

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Moving along towards the top of the case there is the Thermaltake logo along with some ports, which include: 2 USB, eSATA, and audio. As I said the top of the case is one of the coolest parts of the case, here is another look at it. It sort of reminds you of a sports car.

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The side of the case does include a window, but most of the window is taken up by a large 230mm fan. There is also some honeycombed ventilation holes next to where your hard drives will be.

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The back of the case shows us a few things. First the power supply spot is located at the bottom of the case; I've always liked cases that have this type of design. There are 2 large 120mm exhaust fans. Finally you have the opening for watercooling tubes if you wanted to install a watercooling system in the Spedo.

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The other side of the case also have the same honeycombed ventilation holes that were on the opposite side of the case. There is also a ventilation opening behind where your CPU would go, you can actually install a fan on the other side of the motherboard tray, we will take a look at that when we get inside the case. The Spedo also has 4 retractable case feet.

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