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Old 19th December 2005, 12:55   #1
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The big PSU went in with ease, as Thermaltake leaves plenty of headroom to allow for large PSU 's. This additional headroom provides the space for a water cooling setup. Installation of the motherboard with processor, HSF and memory was simple, thanks to the removable tray. The video and sound card were secured easily with the included case screws. My previous Thermaltake case used plastic brackets to hold the cards in place, but I ended up removing them in lieu of case screws. You don't want some of your most precious/expensive items coming loose in transport to a LAN. The hard drives were screwed into the rail kits and went in smoothly.

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