Building a High End HTPC featuring the Thermaltake Mozart EnclosureFormer staff writer - November 30, 2007
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After spending all this type of dough on an HTPC you should be concerned about being able to expand. Are you going to run SLI or CrossFire? How many hard drives are you going to utilize, a DVD/CD-ROM or three? Hey, that optional LCD looked good too. There are five 5.25" drive bays, one floppy bay, seven rear expansion slots, and room for six hard drives.
ARGH, I'm naked, cover me back up!
The front bezel comes off very easily. There are three metal clips on each side which release it, and no screws to worry about taking out.
The back of the front bezel has even more wires. The Mozart TX has four external USB ports, one Firewire, microphone inputs, eSATA with a power connector, and a funky looking glass window. Hmm?