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Thermaltake Tenor VB2000
By: Remco Degooyer
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    Table of Contents:
  • Thermaltake Tenor VB2000
  • Design Appreciation
  • Ports of Call
  • Going Inside
  • Drawbacks and Conclusion

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    Thermaltake Tenor VB2000

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    Thermaltake is known for producing some of the best computer cases, power supplies, and enthusiast accessories available on the market. The Taiwan-based manufacturer is particularly well-known for producing aesthetically conscious computer cases. The Tenor VB2000 series is a prime example of some of their superior design skills.

    The Tenor series is a desktop tower available in either a brushed aluminum finish or in black and either one is a truly satisfying sight. The Tenor package also contains some surprising and interesting features:

    Model Tenor                VB2000SNS

    Case Type                    Desktop

    Net Weight                   8.5 kg

    Dimension                    170 x 430 x 460 mm (H*W*D)

    Cooling System            Front (intake): 80 x 80 x 25 mm silent fan, 2000 rpm, 19dBA

    Rear (exhaust): Dual 60 x 60 x 25 mm silent fan, 2500 rpm, 19dBA

    Drive Bays                   Total - 8

    Front - 3 x 5.25", 2 x 3.5"

                                        Internal - 3 x 3.5"

    Material                        Chassis: 1.0 mm SECC

                                        Front bezel: Aluminum made

    Expansion slots 7

    Motherboards              ATX, Micro ATX

    Power Supply Unit       Standard ATX PSII

    Front Access                Dual USB 2.0, IEEE 1394 Firewire, Audio and Speaker ports

    Container Load            20'-452, 40'-934, 40' HQ - 1062

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