Thermaltake Matrix ReviewDesja -
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That time of year is here, it’s time to shove that tail between your legs and go sauntering back to hell, aka school. It’s time to grab your crap, choke down some toast, and run your face off to catch your morning class. I feel your pain and sympathize, but a big part of me maniacally laughs because I am done, never to go back again. When you get back to your dorm room after class are you still looking at the same old tired desktop with a big HP sticker on the side? You know, the one your parents pawned off on you? Maybe dressing up your dorm room a little might ease the disdain. Sure, you don’t have the big bucks but anything is better than the HP case sitting on your desk right? Maybe its time you invested just a little in the Thermaltake Matrix case.
There are a lot more custom cases out there than there used to be, but Thermaltake has been around the block a time or two. Thermaltake has a number of mid tower cases on the market for your aesthetic pleasures. Let's see if the Thermaltake Matrix case stands up to the job even though it is a basic mid tower case.
Thermaltake always has everything you need to know right on its packaging. Great pictures so you know exactly what you are going to get. The packaging is well designed and simple. The front panel gives a front view of the Matrix while the back panel give a breakdown of the case and components with a description of each item. The sides contain little useful information.
Thermaltake never disappoints when it comes to protecting the case in its packaging. The case comes shipped in egg carton style cowling for the top and bottom of the case, and cheese cloth to keep dust and scratches off the shiny finish of the case. Much better than the plastic wrap used on many cases.
Let's get this packaging out of the way and look at the case already!