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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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A Look Inside

Once we get inside the case the first thing that you notice is that the bottom half of the case is blocked off. This is Thermaltake's Advance Thermal Chamber 3, or A.T.C. 3. It divides the bottom section of the case into 2 different sections for better air circulation and cooling. It also has a nifty little accessories holder.

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All parts of the A.T.C. 3 are removable so you don't have to use it if you don't want to and of course you would have to remove it to install your motherboard and power supply.

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Taking a look at the storage options on the case there are 4 5.25-inch bays located towards the top of the case and 3 located towards the bottom. They use a very interesting tool-less locking system that we will take a look at more during our installation.

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In between the top and bottom 5.25-inch drive bays are 6 hard drive bays. They are also removable, but not only that the 2 cages that hold the 6 drives are also removable. You just slide the lever and pull them out.

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