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Review: Thermaltake Aguila chassis

by Matt Davey on 23 October 2006, 09:02

Tags: Thermaltake (3540.TWO)

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Introduction

Thermaltake is one of those companies that just seems to have a finger in every pie. From HTPC chassis to full-blown server offerings, fan or water cooling, Thermaltake has a massive range of diversified products for any PC user.

Thermaltake Aguila

We recently reviewed one of its full-tower offerings, the Armor LCS, and whilst the case and the water-cooling were good in isolation, they just didn’t get on that well together.

With that in mind, we have another of its chassis here today, a mid-tower sized model, the Aguila. The aluminium-fronted, steel-backboned chassis tips the scales at a few hundred grams under the 11kg mark, with dimensions of 478mm (H) x 210mm (W) x 520mm (D).

Thermaltake Aguila

With the vital statistics out of the way let’s take a look at it in detail.