The chassis is a very important consideration when building a PC. It has to cool and protect all of your components while offering a comfortable environment for enthusiasts to work in. The market is peppered with all sorts of products that will appeal to different users … from designs exhibiting radical shapes and styles with special unique features to the most basic of boxes.
Thermaltake are a company who are well known in the community for providing the market with all sorts of components, most notably cases, cooling solutions and power supplies. Today we are going to look at the Thermaltake Spedo Advance, a full tower case packed with features such as their Cable Routing Management and Advanced Thermal Chamber systems.
The Thermaltake Spedo comes packaged in a hefty box with a picture of chassis on the front and a blurred image of a car. The reverse side includes some additional pictures and descriptions of the key features of the chassis.
Inside the box the case is sufficiently padded and is shipped in an attractive blue cloth, a pleasant change from the normal plastic bag.
The bundle includes a 120mm fan, a 3.5” bay adaptor, a user manual and warranty guide and all the necessary screws for installing your system. Thermaltake have also included extension leads for your 8pin and 24pin power connectors.