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Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Thermaltake Matrix

4. Conclusion

Thermaltake or Tt as it is also known, has a wide range of PC products, including PC cases for modding enthusiasts but also for everyday users. Throughout these pages, we've taken a fairly detailed look at the MATRIX PC case, designed and released by Thermaltake.

The MATRIX is not for the modding community though. Tt has released a wide variety of cases which are more than enough for the enthusiast user. The MATRIX is a PC case designed for the common user who wants a practical, functional case with an affordable price tag. It's a standard mid ATX case with plenty of room for just about any type of installation.

The tool free design philosophy is once more used in this case, although during our installation, the MATRIX was not entirely tool free. We had to use a screwdriver when installing the PSU and also when we installed a second device in our 5.25" drive bay. The truth is though, that installing peripheral cards and generally any device in the case, is easy and painless.

The MATRIX is a nice case, and will surely cover the needs of the average user.




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