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ThermalTake Striker MX has a 230mm side fan

Posted on Saturday, April 19 2008 @ 00:00:22 CEST by

ThermalTake unveiled a new midi tower case; the Striker MX. This model features a 230mm Touchcolor fan with 5-steps color control, a front bezel with metal grill for optimal air intake, 90-degree rotated HDD cages and tool-free installation for the 5.25" drive bays and PCI slots.
The 23cm Touchcolorâ„¢ Fan featuring 5 modes color shifting offering users not only more visual enjoyment but also better ventilation. Together with the stylish design of gun metal front bezel and metal mesh, brand new Strike MX is not only eye-catching, but also tailored to provide users with excellent thermal performance.

In addition to the extraordinary outward appearance, Strike MX impresses all with its well-organized inner structure. The rear 120mm Turbofan and the optional Turbofan in the reserved space in the front of the chassis allow optimal airflow for efficient system ventilation. And the innovative design of 90-degree rotated HDD cage makes installation extremely easy. Moreover, the completely tool-free design and smart cable management of all high-end chassis in Strike MX, provide the most user-friendly environment for minimized installation time and trouble.

For those seek to build a medium sized system with high thermal performance chassis, Strike MX is an excellent and stylish choice impossible to miss!



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