CES 2010 CoverageBosco - January 6, 2010
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As with any Thermaltake event, what would it be without their cases? On display Thermaltake had an NVIDIA inspired case called the Element V, which was designed for the release of Fermi and keeps the traditional black and green NVIDIA color scheme. There was also a case designed for the LAN partier called the V5, which was so sturdy that the Thermaltake representative Ramsom stood on top of it without it breaking or even budging. Now that is a case designed to be travelled with. On display there was also a small form factor LAN case and the massive Level 10, which is a case to be reckoned with. Another surprise that Thermaltake had on display were some server designs, which included two 1U server rack mount cases with hot swappable 2.5 inch and 3.5 inch drive bays and two modular bays that offer standing servers hot swap drive space.
For their cooler designs Thermaltake showed off several solutions including a free standing version of the SpinQ in the guise of the new SpinQ VT. With the coolers Thermaltake also featured the ISCG fans and cooler for video cards.