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ThermalRock Eclipse Review

Posted on Tuesday, July 05 2005 @ 17:17:32 CEST by LSDsmurf

After a long journey from Taiwan, ThermalRock's Eclipse case finally arrived and we couldn't wait to tear open the box and test it out. ThermalRock, a division of Thermaltake, seems to be focus on innovation and creativity, which are qualities you will notice in the design of their products, especially the Eclipse. Straight out of the box, the case is fairly light, which can be attributed to its 100% aluminum build.

Although it is stocked with all the standards like drive bays, fans, etc., the Eclipse exhibits a unique vibe that is undeniable. One of the main draws to this case is that unlike most high-end cases, this one probably won't require you to break the bank, but we'll find out if lower cost means lower quality.

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