Posts Tagged ‘Thermaltake’

With small form factor components becoming increasingly popular for desktop and gaming applications, the demand for cases to house these components is on the rise. It seems almost all case manufacturers now offer Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX cases of one kind or another. Today, we’ll have a look at one of Thermaltake’s newest offerings in this category – the A30i Speed Edition Gaming Cube. With support for Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards, full size power supplies, and long video cards, it certainly appears to have the features most enthusiasts would look for in a small form factor case. Let’s have a look for ourselves and find out if the A30i Speed Edition Gaming Cube has what it takes to warrant your consideration.

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After our meeting with Thermaltake during CES 2014, we came away impressed with their desire to further penetrate the enthusiast market. Thermaltake showed us several prototypes of upcoming chassis and water cooling goodies they hope to bring to market in 2014. Thermaltake has also been working on a new line of digital power supplies (DPS) and software to accompany them. We also had a quick look at new keyboards, mice, and gaming headsets that should be available by Q2 2014.

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The Chaser line of cases from Thermaltake have been one of their most popular chassis options over the past couple years. All previous cases Thermaltake has offered under the Chaser name have been classified as mid-tower in size, but today we get to see the Chaser in it’s first attempt at a full-tower design – the Chaser A71. I’ve had the opportunity in the past to work with a couple of the earlier Chaser offerings, and came away impressed with both the design and price. So, lets have a look at this full-tower Chaser A71 and see if it continues to impress!

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Adding to their already popular MEKA gaming keyboard line, Tt eSPORTS (Thermaltake) has a new member of the family we’ll be reviewing today. The MEKA G-Unit Cherry MX Red Switch Edition Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is the full name attached to this monster, and that’s certainly a mouthful! The MEKA G-Unit line of mechanical gaming keyboards comes in other options as well, coming in the form of the Illuminated Edition, Combat Edition and one called simply G-Unit. Let’s save the other MEKA G-Unit keyboards for perhaps another day and dive into today’s sample for a closer look at this latest mechanical gaming keyboard offering from Tt eSPORTS.

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Thermaltake rarely sits still and constantly strives to bring new and innovative products to market. Today’s review of the Armor Revo Gene is yet another example of an existing series being re-worked. The Gene version of the Armor Revo is a bit smaller than the original and includes a few enhancements. So, how did Thermaltake do this time around? Let’s find out, shall we?

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Here we have Thermaltake’s entry into the mid wattage, modular, low price, PSU market. Will it succeed? Will it explode? Will it descend into a mire of mediocrity or rise to the pinnacle of superiority? You’ll see soon enough, if you keep reading.

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Way back in 2006, Thermaltake offered its first chassis in the Soprano line; the simple, but stylish Soprano VX. Fast forward to 2013 and we have another remake, called simply, “New Soprano”. The one thing I have always said about Thermaltake is that they seem to constantly strive to bring new and innovative products to the market. Let’s find out how they did with the New Soprano!

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Thermaltake, and a BMW Group subsidiary (Dreamworks USA), have teamed up once again. This time in they make a run at the computer peripheral realm. You may remember this same collaboration between Thermaltake and BMW back when the Level 10 series of products first began to emerge.

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I’m back at it again! This time it’s a Thermaltake Smart 730 W PSU that I’m torturing. The Smart series promises solid performance for a low price. An entry level buyers dream! The question of the day is: How’s the performance? We’ll see.

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That’s right folks it’s time for another Thermaltake power supply review! This time it is the top unit of Thermaltake’s Smart series at 1000 W of rated output and modular to boot! Sounds good in theory, let’s check out reality.

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