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Thermaltake Soprano Dx Case

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To install your motherboard, you will first want to remove the included I/O shield and put in the one that came with your motherboard. I like to install the CPU, CPU cooler and memory onto the motherboard before putting it into the case. Another good thing to know is that the LED and switch leads from the front of the case are really long and you will have no trouble getting them onto your board. I was able to connect them before the board was in the case. Once ready, just lower it into the case and line it up with the standoffs and screw it down. As you can see, with an ATX board installed, there is a lot of room inside the case. In fact, that is one of the highlights of the case. It will support the newer video cards that are 12.2 inches long and you still have room to remove the hard drive cage. The finished install looks good through the window.




Case Type
Middle Tower
Net Weight
10.53 kg (23.21 lb)


478.0 x 210.0 x 497.0 mm
(18.82 x 8.27 x 19.57 inch)

Cooling System

Front (intake) : 140x140x25mm,1000rpm, 16dBA
Rear (exhaust) : 120x120x25mm,1300rpm, 17dBA, blue LED fan

Drive Bays
- Accessible
- Hidden

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (The Case, Continued)
  4. Closer Look (Working Components)
  5. Installation and Specifications
  6. Testing
  7. Conclusion
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