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Old 6th December 2005, 11:56   #1
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Quote: The Thermaltake Power Station is a new idea and it is nice to see TT
coming up with something other than a basic modular design. Did TT implement
it well? I think they did. If you are looking for the newest of new
technology or a chance to clean up a relatively full case, then the Power
Station is definitely for you. I honestly think this idea may catch on and
we will witness other manufacturers come out with similar products. I,
however, really don't see how they could improve upon the design of what TT
has done here with the 520W Power Station.
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