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    Thermaltake Dream Tower Tsunami

    http://www.thermaltake.com/xaserCase...mi/bwa/bwa.htm

    well dunno about u lot but i think this is a pretty s3x3y case, any good reasons for me not to buy it? if not i'll be ordering come payday =)

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    Looks nice, although i dunno about the mirror finish.
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    Yeah - should be getting a review sample very soon They look a sort of ThermalTake take on the WaveMaster.

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    Its a direct copy isnt it? It really does look like one.

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    ooo i really like the look of these.
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    looks nice although ive never been a fan of the thermaltake chassis....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shogun
    Its a direct copy isnt it? It really does look like one.
    yeah its some kinda clone, i rekon its basically a bigger wavemaster with knobs on - the extra fans supplied as standard, the USB/Fan controller/Temp monitor, the removable drives, screwless design etc, tis all there on the site anyhow so no real need for me to repeat meself =)

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    Hmmmmm, we like the silver over the black, very tasty.
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    nice case but is a coolermaster rip off - they even called it Tsunami! (i think means large wave?)

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    lol, MUST GET THIS CASE
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    My work computer actually sits in one of these case - well the unpolished version with a plastic fascia, no window and no brand name

    Solid as a rock, and very nicely put together - the harddrives mounted on gromets is a nice touch.
    Now go away before I taunt you a second time.

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    hmm, thermaltake mananaged to make a not-really-ugly case!!
    *crosses self at thought of Xaser cases*
    I'm impressed, even though it is a direct copy of the coolermaster!!

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    ooh these are teh s3x. I got a Xaser III which is pretty funky but this is slicker. However my bay fan control jobby doesnt seem to change the fan speeds

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    just ordered mine, shld be here tomorrow =) wlill take some pics if i can get hold of a camera

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