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Thermaltake Commander G41 Review

Posted on Wednesday, August 06 2014 @ 09:29:12 CEST by


Quote: "It's no secret that this chassis overall temperatures is higher than most of its competition. The fact that it's a compact mid-tower plays into its overall temperatures and airflow. It's expected that the temperatures would be higher than a full tower just because the fact everything is closer together, which translates into the same amount of heat in a smaller space. Some of this can be resolved by removing the top hard drive cage to allow larger video cards and or more space for the card to breath. The simple fact that the chassis airflow is limited because of the low RPM pre-installed fans is the main reason for this. I'm glad Thermaltake did include a front and rear fan which is essential to achieving good temperatures, but lacking the ability to mount a second front fan is strange to me when the space is availableā€



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