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Thermaltake WingRS 100 Review

Desja    -   December 19, 2007
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Conclusion:

Now this is the part where I give my point of view. Did the Thermaltake case live up to the legacy? Yes, partially it did. The case was a quality build, with some handy features. I wouldn’t say this case is for serious overclocking enthusiasts, but I would say it is perfect for your average user that wants a nice looking case for a very decent price.

I was not happy with the length of the peripheral cables, as they were way too short, but the ability to hide cables without having the panel bulge was a nice feature. So back to the question - is this case just another case? Yes and no. While it functions exactly like most cases on the market, small things like the tool-less build ability, piano black finish, and blue LED set this one apart. The 120mm fan included was a very nice touch too. I recommend this to light users and as I said before, it would be great for a small server box. The down-side to this case is it's more of a focus on how it looks instead of how well it performs. By adding a few more fans and cluttering up the minimalist design of the case, it would have a much more practical use for those of us that want to overclock and not have to modify our case in order to do so.

 

Pros:

  • Price
  • Color
  • Blue LED
  • 120mm fan
  • Adjustable duct to cool CPU

 

Cons:

  • Short peripherals
  • Fingerprints too easily
  • PCI arm is not that solid for rough users
  • Clearance is non-existent for after-market coolers

 

 




  1. Introduction and Closer Look
  2. Closer look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (Working Componants)
  4. Installation
  5. Specifications and Features
  6. Testing
  7. Conclusion
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