ThermalTake Spedo case unveiled

Posted on Monday, Jun 02 2008 @ 12:55 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Thermaltake presents a new case called Spedo at Computex. This case features a thermal chamber system with separate chambers for the CPU, GPUs and PSU, cable routing management, tool-free installation for many components, removeable HDD cages, support for up to 9 fans and a 230mm side fan.
Thermaltake has implemented two breakthrough designs into the new SPEDO Chassis; “A.T.C.” (Advanced Thermal Chamber) and “CRM” (Cable Routing Management). While “ATC” design provides excellent thermal-management by separating chambers for the CPU, GPUs and PSU, “CRM” offers users a neat and tidy interior with superior cable arrangement. Not to mention the excellent integration of advanced tool-free mechanism for HDD and PCI installation; bottom-placed PSU design and the adjustable fan bar; SPEDO will provide the minimized and the most enjoyable system installation experience! The hot swap design of side fan and the adjustable fan bar allow easier system maintenance, VGA/ CPU thermal management can also be easily solved by simple adjustments of the fan bar to fit with various system requirements.

Other than the structural perfection internally, the meshed exterior design of SPEDO allows the ambient air to enter unrestrictedly into the chassis. Ventilation can even be further upgraded with up to nine system fans. With the C-shaped unique styling, SPEDO will bring you the most pleasure as a true PC enthusiast both from the experiential and functional perspectives.


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