Thermaltake Core X5 Cube Chassis Review

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Thermaltake Core X5 Cube Chassis Review

Post by Apoptosis » Mon Jun 20, 2016 7:59 am

At CES 2015, Thermaltake introduced us to their Core X line which included three models, X1, X2 and X9. Each of them was designed for different size of motherboards but maintained the ability for the end user to customize the chassis to fit their specific need The Thermaltake Core X5 is one of their latest cube chassis, designed to support up to an E-ATX motherboard, and support a wide range of cooling options. Read on to learn more about it and see how our build went.

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Article Title: Thermaltake Core X5 Cube Chassis Review
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Re: Thermaltake Core X5 Cube Chassis Review

Post by Kaos Kid » Mon Jun 20, 2016 10:09 am

That is sweet! I like the black version, the green didn't really suit my fancy but the case itself is a winner, I like the total customization opportunities. I'm guessing you would want to get as quiet fans as possible since it is basically an open-air setup except for the window side.
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Re: Thermaltake Core X5 Cube Chassis Review

Post by bubba » Tue Jun 21, 2016 6:20 am

Love my Core X2
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