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|4th February 2009, 15:31||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Since the introduction of the Spedo Advanced chassis by Thermaltake a few months ago, some of us were were wondering if Thermaltake would put together a cheaper variant of that chassis. Now don't get me wrong the original Spedo chassis is a great chassis but for some of us users we just want the most simple chassis we can find.
Well Thermaltake came up with an answer. The Spedo. Nothing else added to the name. This chassis still retains quite a bit from the advanced Spedo, like the movable HDD bays, the simple tool less 5.25 drive bays and the tool less PCI expansion locks. In my book the simpler the manufacturer keep it the better it performs. Somethings are meant to be kept simple.
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