Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Overseer RX-I (VN700M1W2N)
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Great Budget Full Tower Case
B. J. Barney III "Wheelzup", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: This is the first Thermaltake case I've purchased. All of the others I chose for my builds were usually picked from a magazine review but this time I decided to take a chance on something different. I did however look at cases from the same manufacturers I had used in the past. I needed a full tower case with plenty of room inside yet one that didn't weigh a ton. I do a lot of image and video editing plus website design. Then there's enough gaming to keep anyone busy.
Summary: The Thermaltake Overseer RX-I had to fit a pretty high standard. I wanted a case that had plenty of room and could easily fit an EATX motherboard. I placed an Asus Maximus V Formula motherboard in the case and had ample room for multiple drives, fans, etc... Because I overclock the motherboard, I wanted ample room for components to allow for a high amount of heat dissipation. I do not use water cooling but could easily do so with these components if I went that route.
Summary: Great case, well built very nice ventilation the LEDs are not too bright as to bother you if you sleep in the same room as your PC. I did have to unplug the fan LEDs but the ones in the case where no problem.
Summary: I've used mid tower cases for a very long time, mainly because I was afraid the full tower cases were too big. Plus, I was still a novice when it came to what type of cooling I should use, since I game a great deal and render animations. I chose this came because: 1. Thermaltake is known for it's quality. 2. Black cases are awesome and the form of this case, which is Transformer-like, appealed to me. 3.