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    Thermaltake launches Core X1, X2, X9 Cube Case Series

    Stackable Core X chassis support LCS and iTX, M-ATX, E-ATX motherboards.
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    Re: Thermaltake launches Core X1, X2, X9 Cube Case Series

    Not bad looking but I'm more of a single-case tower guy. I prefer the V71

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    Re: Thermaltake launches Core X1, X2, X9 Cube Case Series

    Even the small one is pretty massive. 47cm deep and 42cm tall, which is as tall/deep as my tower. It's considerably wider as well.

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    Re: Thermaltake launches Core X1, X2, X9 Cube Case Series

    I don't really see the use in having multiple of these, sure you can have 20 HDD's or something but why not get a dedicated place for those?

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    Re: Thermaltake launches Core X1, X2, X9 Cube Case Series

    I like the idea of stackable units, but honestly those designs are just too big, the whole point of a mitx and matx is smaller system than a full size desktop pc

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