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Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Thermaltake Swing VB6000BWS

3. A Closer Look

As we have already mentioned, the Swing VB6000WS (Side Window), comes in two versions; a black and a silver one. We received the Black colored case, and we do believe it is the most impressive one, in the hope that most you will agree with our taste.

The VB6000BWS weighs about 7.65kg and its dimensions are 43 x 19 x 50 cm.

In the front panel one will find 4 x 5.25" and 2 x 3.5" drive bays, along with an IEEE1394 Firewire port, two USB 2.0 ports, and an Audio and a Speaker port.

Unfortunately, our camera could help being trapped in the "Piano Coating effect" as we had been working on the front panel ports photo...

The front panel also hosts the two system buttons, the traditional Power and Reset Button, as well as the two activity leds, namely the HDD and Power led.

a rather simple button layout, nothing extra here...

Other than the above, the Front panel is simple with a streamline design and a Piano coating as we discussed earlier in this review.

a rather simple button layout, nothing extra here...

The side panel has a transparent window, which offers a good look of the inner parts of the case.

The side panel and the inner parts of the case as they came in our labs...

On that panel, we can find a special air ventilation, which can be used for extra temperature management.

The extra ventilation system, though it holds no brackets for an extra inner fan ...

The rear side of the case holds the rear exhaust system (120mm fan), the motherboard slots along with expansion slots and the power supply slot.

the rear view of the Swing Case...

Having concluded with the exterior part of the case, let us now move on to cover the inner side of the Swing as well as its installation.




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