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COMPUTER CASES

Thermaltake Shark Case Review
By: Dan Wellman
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    2006-03-15

    Table of Contents:
  • Thermaltake Shark Case Review
  • The Shark Exterior
  • Shark Interior
  • Installing Drives
  • Front Ports and Performance
  • Conclusion

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    Thermaltake Shark Case Review - Conclusion


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    Overall then, this is without doubt the best case I have ever owned or in fact seen.  With its bold impressive design, brushed matt finish and cool blue lighting it looks incredible.   I hate to repeat myself, but in case you missed it, Iíll say it one more time; it is a pleasure to work in this case.  You can remove whatever device you want to modify or change, without using tools and without spending ages elbow-deep in the case.  In the past when Iíve upgraded, the case has been one of the cheapest and least considered parts of the new PC, but if you do find yourself in need of a new case, spending the extra money on the Shark is well justified.  Iíll probably not buy a new case now for a very long time. 

    Pros

    • Stunning looks
    • Security locks on front door and removable side panel
    • Two full-size mounted fans (one with blue LED)
    • Front access panel with USB2, firewire and audio
    • Proper audio motherboard connectors on front panel audio sockets
    • Lightweight aluminium construction
    • Tool free access to interior and to all core components(PCI slots, motherboard and all drives)
    • Plenty of space between chassis and casing for tidy/hidden cable routing
    • Water-cooling compatible
    • Spacious and easy to work with

    Cons

    • Expensive
    • Fans are slightly noisy
    • Screws needed to secure HDDs are hexagonal Ė you may need to invest in a PC toolkit to obtain the correct type of screwdriver

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