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Review: ThermalTake Mozart Tx Case
« on: October 24, 2006, 09:35:38 PM »

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Fresh from Thermaltake, let me introduce the new Mozart TX Case. This is not a standard case, in fact, it is larger than any case I have used at home to date. Not only is it very tall, but it is cube style and thus much wider than a standard case. Also available are four expansion kits which can turn it into a full blown media center. Below is a picture of the case upon receipt. My QA department wanted to get in on the pictures.

ThermalTake Mozart Tx Case
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Re: Review: ThermalTake Mozart Tx Case
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2007, 10:47:24 PM »

Just a note, the side windows are removable if you unscrew the 4 tiny screws located near the front cover to the side of each window. Also the front cover is removable. Great case though.  :)
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Re: Review: ThermalTake Mozart Tx Case
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2007, 11:41:45 PM »

Yeah I found that out later on .. I did need to remove the door when i was doing some other test on the system that required me to keep getting inside of the case.

Thanks for the input.
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Re: Review: ThermalTake Mozart Tx Case
« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2007, 12:09:35 AM »

No problem. Oh and I forgot to mention that you can actually remove the side window if you need to... it actually helps cooling for those using traditional methods of heatsink/fans/heatpipes. I actually cut up 5 80mm holes for some fans I placed on the side window to help air flow and keep my motherboard from over heating after overclocking. Ill be happy to post some pictures if anyone wants to see, although I still have not figured out what exactly the side window is made of - plastic or some other kind of material.. a drill was able to cut through it easily though.

Thanks for the review none the less it helps!
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Re: Review: ThermalTake Mozart Tx Case
« Reply #4 on: January 03, 2009, 06:20:57 PM »

Hi, thanks for you review. Hope you still check this thread.

How did you powered the second mini itx motherboard? Most 5.25 bay PSUs lack the 12 volt P4 ATX connector, the one that usually powers the processor. I bet you somehow managed to cramp in a second PSU inside the case.

Any clarifications will be gratefully welcomed.

Cheers.
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Re: Review: ThermalTake Mozart Tx Case
« Reply #5 on: January 03, 2009, 06:29:56 PM »

Dave303 certainly is still around these forums, but I know a way that would work.  Just use a PSU like this powered off of your main power supply.
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Re: Review: ThermalTake Mozart Tx Case
« Reply #6 on: January 05, 2009, 10:16:49 AM »

Hi, thanks for you review. Hope you still check this thread.

How did you powered the second mini itx motherboard? Most 5.25 bay PSUs lack the 12 volt P4 ATX connector, the one that usually powers the processor. I bet you somehow managed to cramp in a second PSU inside the case.

Any clarifications will be gratefully welcomed.

Cheers.

I had a 120W PSU on the ITX board, I also switched it out with a PicoPSU for better fitting and looks.
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