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Building a High End HTPC featuring the Thermaltake Mozart Enclosure

Former staff writer    -   November 30, 2007
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The Mozart TX case can house two motherboards, a full ATX and a Mini ITX. Sold as optional components, you can add a 7” LCD monitor, and a mini ITX PSU to power the unit. The case does have a 7” drive bay to accommodate. Under the stabilization bar is where the standoffs for the mini ITX board are pre installed. Above the bar is where you systems PSU will mount.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The case comes standard with five 120mm fans and if you want you can add seven more.

 

 

 

The case also comes standard with a lot of wires. I just hope I could hide them all. Modded window and exposed wires just don't work.

 

 

Now let’s take a look at the side that will hold the system motherboard. There is a lot of space to play with, you can also see that there are holes in the motherboard tray so you can bring the wires from the PSU around and even route the component wires so their hidden.

 




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  5. Specifications & Features
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