Thermaltake New Soprano Case Review

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Thermaltake New Soprano Case Review

Postby Apoptosis » Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:07 am

Thermaltake New Soprano Case Review

Thermaltake recently announced the 'New Soprano' PC case, which is the latest revision of the companies lost standing Soprano case series. This case has simple lines and brushed metal accents that keep it just classy enough for a professional office or modern home environment. Read on to see if the Thermaltake New Soprano has the look and features that you desire!


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Re: Thermaltake New Soprano Case Review

Postby BSGApollo » Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:45 am

I was looking to replace my aging Antec 300 with a quiet case and thankfully I've read this review. Right now I'm considering NZXT H2, Thermaltake Soprano, and the BitFenix Ghost.

Also, it is just me or Thermaltake cases the least photogenic cases out there? They definitely look a lot better in person just from seeing their previous cases, compared to NZXT's which look good in photos but the quality in person isn't what I thought it was going to be. The H2 does have a fan controller though so the fans can be silenced when needed (a feature which I think should be in every silent case). I don't really need the built-in HDD dock in the Soprano but that front door looks good. The BitFenix looks pretty smooth and polished too although I have yet to see a BItFenix case in person to see if the quality is as good as the Thermaltake.

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