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Old 25th July 2007, 11:00   #1
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Default Thermaltake LANBOX Lite SFF Case Review

The Thermaltake LANBOX Lite SFF Case really stands alone in many respects. One feature that really sets it apart from the many other small form factor cases (SFF) that are on the market is it's capable of an NVIDIA SLI Video Card setup. This will attract hardware gamers because it means you don't have to sacrifice performance when building a small form factor rig. Another big draw is the modular chassis. The power supply mount, external drive bay cage, internal drive bay cage and motherboard tray can be removed. Itís an amazing design because the computer components can be installed or removed outside the case.

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