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Thermaltake DH101

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Thermaltake DH101 HTPC Case

19 October 2008
  • Summary: When choosing a case, there are many factors to consider and when choosing an HTPC case, you have even more things to consider.  While size and appearance are two of the biggest determining factors, a case that sits in your living room has to have style and has to reflect the image you want to portray.  If you are building a Home Theater PC, the DH101 is a great mid-range case that has a lot of features and a whole bunch of good looks.
  • Pros: Pros:, (Mostly) tool-Less design, Good airflow, Pretty quiet, Cover conceals USB/Firewire/Audio ports, 5.25" bay is covered by an aluminum door, Stylish brushed aluminum finish, iMon powered VFD
  • Cons: Pros:, iMedian software is clunky (original and updated version), An RF remote would be very nice, Cramped in some areas, No media card reader
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Overall 9
Value for money 7
Construction 9
Functionality 9
Appearance 10

Thermaltake DH101 HTPC ATX Case VF7001BNS

Benchmark Reviews
9 November 2007
  • Conclusion: Thermaltake should consider packaging the DH101 into a retail box with more substantial foam protection. While the package itself was quite appealing, and equally informative to the consumer, the bottom had fallen out and there was barely enough Styrofoam to protect the case from drop damage (something most shippers offer at no additional cost).
  • Pros: MediaLAB LCD Programming, Volume control knob, Piano-black brushed aluminum finish, Ten user-programmable buttons (w/iMEDIAN), Excellent ventilation, Fits standard ATX components, Tool-less drive installation, Chassis intrusion sensor
  • Cons: Expensive, No active hard drive cooling, Product protection needs improvement
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Thermaltake DH 101

3 February 2009