Summary: The Thermaltake Xaser VI Case comes in six different all aluminum models. The VG4000BNS & VG4000SNA models include mesh on the side panels, the VG4000BWS & VG4000SWA models have windows on the side panel and there are the VG400LBWS & VG400LSWA models which include a liquid cooling system. This case has 14 drives bays (7x5.25" & 7.3.5"), three 140mm fans, removable motherboard tray, aggressive styling and so much more.
Excerpt: The Thermaltake Xaser VI is a gigantic, well-thought-out extended-ATX computer case that has lots to offer hardware hoarders. Aside from a few nitpicks, it's very easy to work with and is mostly tool-less, but its size, weight, and price will likely scare off all but the most hardcore of modders.
Pros: Extremely roomy, Easy to work in, Lots of great options, features
Cons: Lot of force required to install optical drives, VGA fan is awkward, Very heavy, expensive, Flimsy I/O lid
Summary: A top-loading storage bin and ample air-cooler support help fill out the list of excellent eccentricities on this fairly innovative chassis. The senselessness of the minor flaws make us hesitant to recommend the Xaser VI for general use, but there’s no denying that this is one of the slickest full-tower cases we’ve tested. A few touch-ups on the drawing board would make this one rockin’ enclosure.
Pros: Hugely expandable, with 8 hard drive bays and seven 5.25" bays. 95% screwless. Lots of fan support, front-panel connectors. Spiffy.
Cons: Huge. Hugely huge. Also, flimsy PCI holders. The few screws that ARE there are frustrating. Did we mention it's freakin' huge?
Conclusion: The ThermalTake Xaser VI is a very spacious super tower case for gamers and computer enthusiasts. You can get the case in steel or aluminum and it has plenty of appealing features like 10 tool-free PCI slots, tool-free installation of up to 7 HDDs and 7 5.25" devices, good ventilation, lots of silent fans, some storage compartments and a removable motherboard tray.