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Thermaltake Shark Aluminum Full Tower

David Lin

Published on 11 May 2005
Written by David Lin
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Thermaltake has always impressed us with their new innovative products as well as the speed at which their products are released. Just a few days ago we looked at their Beetle CPU cooler. The results from that proved to be quite satisfying. We also checked out their Soprano case a while back and it was very impressive. Will the Shark continue this trend of excellence?

Features:

Case Type:Full Tower Chassis
Side Panel:Honeycomb See-through side panel
Dimensions540 x 205 x 500 mm (H x W x D)
Cooling:120 x 120 x 25 mm, 1400rpm, 21dBA (intake) & Blue LED fan, 120x120x25 mm, 1400rpm, 21dBA (exhaust)
Material:1.0 mm All aluminum, All Aluminum Front Door
Drive Bays:5 x 5.25" & 2 x 3.5" (external) & 5 x 3.5" (internal)
Expansion Slots:7
Supported Motherboards:Micro ATX (9.6''x 9.6'') & standard ATX (12'' x 9.6'')

· Removable motherboard tray
· Dual 12 cm fans in front & rear
· Fits Thermaltake liquid cooling system (performance radiator with 12 cm fan) or any other specific brands
· See through side panel with EMI shield
· Security lock on front bezel and side panel
· Retractable foot stand
· Ultra light - 6.8 kg (14 lbs)

Contents:

The case came in a colorful box with high resolution pictures printed on the sides. Inside, two Styrofoam cushions and a plastic wrapper protected the case. Other than the case, there was a manual and a box that contained a bag of screws. As for the case itself, we received the black version.


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