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8.6 out of 10

Thermaltake Dokker

Top-mounted HDD Docking Station enables blazing fast file tran Read more

Great Deal: $71.99

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Overall 10

User Review

Anonymous, Newegg
23 October 2012
  • Summary: Big. I can't immagine anything I would do different. Doesn't have USB 3.0 on the front, but my mobo has a 3.5" drive for mounting on the front.
  • Pros: Beautiful! Totally solid. I only just got it today, so I don't know if the face cove will end up being a problem (it just pops on and off weather or not the other sides are off).
  • Cons: Newegg shipped it to me in it's original box. As in the original box wasn't inside of a Newegg box. So when it was delivered it was all dusty. Also, the inside SATA cable (for the top HDD slot) was a little dusty (odd).
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Overall 10

Fantastic Case

Jerry A., Newegg
17 January 2012
  • Summary: Of all the cases I looked at under $70 this was the best I could find. I was very impressed with its features. I am very happy with it and would buy it again.
  • Pros: The pros are many but I will only list some of them.
  • Cons: This is not much of a con but it is all I could find. The toolless design needs a little fine tuning. It allowed the DVD drive to be loose so I had to screw it down.
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Overall 10

Great case for the price..

Rod P., Newegg
4 January 2012
  • Summary: Overall, I'd recommend this case, as it looks good, performs quite well, and is very sturdy. Moving my system, in September, to this case, dropped my temps 17c.
  • Pros: Hard Drive dock is very handy, excellent cooling potential. Fits the biggest video cards without issues. Plenty of room for hard drives, most motherboards fit as well. Nice Satin Black finish inside and out. Fan filters are easy to clean, and don't seem to impede flow.
  • Cons: Only comes with 1 fan, would've been nice to include the '200mm' top fan that's neither 200mm, nor easy to find...HDD dock prevents drive install in top slot, must use for fan controller/control panel...Tool-less drive lock brackets allow vibration, so it's better to use the supplied black screws, which eliminate the issue.
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Overall 10

Excellent case for the price

Constantine V., Newegg
13 March 2011
  • Summary: Intel I5 2500K Sandy Bridge
  • Pros: I have always avoided ThermalTake products as I usually found them high on form, low on function. This case has really won me over and I plan to buy another for my next rig. I have never had a build go together so easily and so well.
  • Cons: -I found it much cheaper ($39.99) elsewhere, down the street. The NZXT Gamma is a good substitute on Newegg.
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Overall 10

Excellent Midrange Case

Roy K., Newegg
2 January 2011
  • Summary: Didn't buy on this site so mine was a little cheaper, but even at this price it's a great buy; has many features that only $100+ cases have
  • Pros: 2.5"/3.5" HDD hotswap dock on top, fits 12" video cards, plenty of fan space, side window, painted interior, thumbscrews, toolless drive bays, dust filters, internal 2.5" drive bay, cpu cutout (for coolers with backplates)
  • Cons: Only comes with one fan, kinda big, only one 3.5" drive bay and three 5.25" bays.
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