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
Excerpt: For a change of pace, we’ll start with our biggest critique first—literally, the biggest. Thermaltake’s Xaser VI chassis (the air-cooling-specific VG4000 model) is the Godzilla of cases. It’s heavy enough to make carrying it an awkward, hernia-inducing experience, and that’s before you slap a system inside. Heaven forbid you make full use of the case’s eight (?!) hard drive bays and seven (?!?!) 5.25-inch expansion slots.
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.