Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Overseer RX-I (VN700M1W2N)
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25 April 2012
Conclusion: The robo-theme may be polarizing, but assuming you like the look, you'll get a solid case in which to house a new PC build. And the price won't be quite as polarizing; Thermaltake's MSRP is $139.99, and we've seen the case as low as $110 after mail-in rebates.
Pros: Built-in dock for 2.5- and 3.5-inch hard drives, Moderately priced, Reasonably compact footprint for a tower case
Cons: Polarizing design, Standoffs (like on another Thermaltake case) were tightened by the Terminator
Conclusion: The entire installation process on the Thermaltake Overseer RX-I was fairly simple and straightforward. Since the standoffs were already pre-installed onto the motherboard tray, I installed my Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD5-B3 motherboard in before my Cooler Master GX 450W power supply unit.
Conclusion: The Overseer RX-I is a competent performer, then, but in truth it’s not a case any of us here at towers is clamouring to take home. This is because it feels like a by-the-numbers product; it lacks any kind of innovation or panache.
Excerpt: 44 Flares 44 Flares × Thermaltake has been making cases for several years but they also have many different product lines such as power supplies, CPU coolers, fans, keyboards and mice. Today we have the opportunity to review one of their new full tower cases.