thermaltake case... Real?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Kush, Mar 25, 2004.

  1. Kush

    Kush High On Life!

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    hi guys well now that the computer scene here in saudi is improving, yesterday i saw the first thermal take case i have ever seen! ITS AMAZING!!! i want to know if it's real cuz there could be fakes right? it looks real but u never know. is there a way i can tell if its real?

    here is the one i saw
    http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=11-133-106&depa=0

    it costs around 143 dollars but thats good since its in the store no shipping since its really heavy.
     
  2. tommy

    tommy OSNN Member

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    Seems ok.. Have you read the customer reviews on that link?
    19kg is bloody heavy though :eek:
     
  3. GoNz0

    GoNz0 NTFS Stoner

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    yup there heavy well built beast's, unless you pay xtra for the ally versions :)
     
  4. Impulse4life

    Impulse4life Windows Perfectionist

    The 1000a's are extreamly heavy cases (for a computer case) but thats also cause they are a server sized case. I have a Thermaltake 3000 Skull that you can take a look at from my sig if you like, and it weighed no more then my previous case because it is a mid sized tower case. But besides all of that, Thermaltake does make very nice cases, I love mine! :)
     
  5. kreepy20

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    yea ive got the aluminum case and its nowhere near as heavy as the other ones but its a great case


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  6. Kush

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    sorry to tell u guys but ure off track. i asked how can i tell if its real? cuz i dont know if there are fakes of thermaltakes or not. and i told u guys that its in a shop so oviubsly im not paying for shipping. sorry to be so rude
     
  7. onimkron

    onimkron OSNN Senior Addict

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    That's a thermaltake; steel if I remember correctly. I have the same version, except it's silver aluminium :)

    Thermaltake.com, the maker's site, lists the blue one. As whether it is real, I've never shopped at newegg.com before but I've seen many people recommend them :)
     
  8. Kush

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    no i know newegg is real stuff, im saying that it is here in a local shop. a physical shop that i can walk in LOL. what i am asking is is there any thing that can distinguish a real one from a fake one?
     
  9. tommy

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    Go for it mate what you got to loose, you would get a receipt anyway if you found out it was fake...enjoy just take a wheelbarrow with ya to lift the damn thing!
     
  10. chastity

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    Well if it matches what is posted on the newegg link and what you saw on thermaltakes website then I would say its real. Yep its a heavy case alright as I've got one, plus side though is its nice and quite and the intake fans have filters to reduce the dust intake