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jmke 11th June 2003 23:20

Thermaltake Xaser III
 
A-star cranks out his first review for [M] :ws: !



A testdrive around the installation course with the Thermaltake Xaser III. Is it the best case out there or does it have some flaws? Find out in this review!

http://www.madshrimps.be/gotoartik.php?articID=75

yeehaa!! 12th June 2003 00:09

I have a Tt Xaser III V1000+, manuel included ;)

Gamer 12th June 2003 19:04

nice one A-star.

jakkerd 12th June 2003 21:12

tumbs up :super:

RichBa5tard 12th June 2003 21:31

Great, easy to read article thanks to all the pictures!

If you ever need to lend my digicam again, just ask! :)

Unregistered 12th June 2003 22:40

The review is spot on. I've been using a variation of the case (without the windowed side panel) for 3 months now. The biggest problem setting up the case for me was:

1. The PCI Retension Mechanism (Almost all my cards were too big to be held in place by the clips.

2. The harddrive cables ment putting the side panel on was a real pain. I have 5 scsi disks and using conventional flat scsi cables put of course scsi cables have to be termitated, so there are 2 terminaters pertruding out towards the side panel. As I said the panel does fit but it is a tight squeeze.

Nice review.

DW@RF 13th June 2003 07:58

Nice Job A star

:mad: w00t w00t :mad:

XeQuiNoX 2nd July 2003 20:59

I\'ve got a Xaser III to.
It\'s a great case.
Does anyone know how to connect the top audio in-and outconnectors to my mainboard an ASUS P4PE because there seem to be more single connectors on the cables as there are pins on the audio connector on my mainboard?
I really don\'t have a clew anymore
:grum:

A-star 2nd July 2003 21:46

I dunno, didn\'t try that.
just experiment a bit I guess

Avalon 15th July 2003 11:58

good review, but your problem with the rounded cables can easily be solved. Just leave more space between your hard disks and the cable will not have a bend like yours.

As for the shortness of your cables: on my abit nf7-s the standard cables were long enough, so it depends on the motherboard type.


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