Thermaltake Tai Chi: Striking Aluminum Case
Massive aluminum case
The Tai Chi series from Thermaltake is one of the most unusual series of cases to hit the market in quite a long while. The design is visually appealing and unmatched. Except for a few parts, this massive (nearly 44 lbs/20 kg) case is built of heavy-gauge aluminum. Only one small drawer, found in the lowermost drive bay, is made of plastic. You can store extra screws or even CDs in this handy storage area.
The Tai Chi will be available in two versions, both built around the same tower case foundation. The designation VB5001SNA identifies the water-cooled version; VB5000SNA identifies the standard version (sans water cooling).
The Tai Chi VB5000SNA lacks an integrated water cooler.
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