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    Default Thermaltake Spedo Advance

    Ever wonder why certain people love a particular car? To coin a phrase, itís all about personality, baby. And a computer case is also about personalityÖ.though it probably wonít get you as much attention with the ladies as 007 does with the Aston.

    Follow along with us as we test drive the new Thermaltake Spedo Advance case and find out if it's their best to date.

    Click HERE to read the full review.

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    Zooom...Zooom....definetly very attractive case and price.

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    It does a great job cooling, and the fans are not loud at all. I do like the HDD trays and the way the cables mount from the rear, keeping everything out of site. Compared to the Antec 1200 I reviewed for nordic hardware, the Spedo has it beat hands down, in cooling, space and looks.

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    Wow! Such an awesome looking case! I think this will be the one I use for my new rig!

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    I reviewed this case, and you are right, it is awesom looking, it looks even better with a complete system installed.

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    I'm a total sucker for the flat black interior, too. Judging by the review, it's a must to throw away the internal dividers(ATC)?

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    Hey Doc, how much more room is there between MB and drive bays in this compared with the 1200?

    For me that dimension is the biggest downfall of the 900 I have (too small altogether actually)
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    Ya the 1200 seems more narrow. Looks like the Spedo has more room in there.

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    Hi Grumpy

    The Spedo has more room than the 1200 which I reviewed for nordic, the Antec 1200 fans were loud set at high speed, the 1200 also has to many blue LEDs. I had the X2 installed in the Spedo and there was at least 2 inches maybe more, between the card and HDD cages.

    I am going install my system in the Spedo, when I do, I will email you the photos, that way you can see how mu ch room is left over with a complete system installed.

    Stan

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