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Thermaltake SwordM

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Thermaltake SwordM Water Cooling System - Part 2

PC Perspective
10 July 2008
  • Excerpt: Thermaltake’s new SwordM full-tower enclosure is a real beauty and loaded with features.  It is available with or without an integrated water cooling system and is designed to accommodate a 7” LCD monitor bay device.  There were just too many interesting features to cover in a single review so we had to present the SwordM in two parts.  Previously in Part 1, we focused on the SwordM limited edition enclosure and the optional 7” LCD monitor.
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Overall 8

Thermaltake SwordM Case Video Review

12 May 2008
  • Summary: Thermaltake SwordM Case is constructed from thick aluminum and this gives the case rigidly but it also adds weight. It's interesting to note that while the all-aluminum structures are produced through an automated process they are all fine-tuned by hand. For that reason the SwordM case is a Limited Edition product and very expensive. At the top are stylish and strong handles for maneuvering the case.
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Overall 9

Thermaltake SwordM

maximum pc
13 March 2008
  • Excerpt: Like Bill’s Hanzo sword, Luke’s lightsaber, and Gordon Freeman’s crowbar, Thermaltake’s newest chassis appears unconvincingly plain—until you take it out for a spin. The SwordM dices through our typical chassis frustrations like a chain saw through a burrito. This is truly a next-generation case.
  • Pros: Next-generation design; awesome construction; solid, stylish; front-panel eSATA.
  • Cons: Could use more cable space in rear; screwy (hah! get it?) hard drive bay with only 3 slots.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
12 May 2008
  • Summary: The Thermaltake SwordM isn't cheap, but those looking for some garish over-the-top design and some serious cooling will enjoy this style. Thermaltake could have put more effort into the tool-free aspect and some fan control would have been handy, but overall it's a powerful case for a powerful system.
  • Pros: Hydraulic doors, plenty of fans, water cooling, e-SATA (with power) on the front panel
  • Cons: Could be more tool-free, no external fan speed controls, a lot of unnecessary cost involved, extremely heavy
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