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Thermaltake Eureka Aluminum Full Tower Case
Author: Hellfire
Manufacturer: Thermaltake
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Thermaltake Eureka Aluminum Full Tower Case
June 17, 2006

The Basics:

The front of the Thermaltake Eureka full tower case is fairly plain, but stylish, with what could perhaps be described as a more sophisticated look than many cases on the market. The top portion of the front door has a metal speaker grill feel to it, while the bottom portion is solid and provides a bit of contrast to the top. As you can see, the review sample is solid black, but the Eureka is also available in silver.

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Towards the bottom of the front panel Thermaltake has placed the name Eureka in white letters. Towards the top they have placed the Thermaltake logo and name. While I do not particularly care for the logo or name interrupting the simple styling, it really does not take away from the style of the case.

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The side of the case is also fairly simple. Instead of a window, Thermaltake has opted for an open air grill. As you can see here, it takes up just a small portion of the large side panel. This panel looks exactly like the Thermaltake Shark case with only one difference, and that is in size. On the handle is one of two locks to help keep the internal components secure.

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The back of the case isn't flashy, either. You can see the standard features; a cut out for the power supply, 120mm fan vent, motherboard port key, and the expansion slots. There are also eight cut outs for liquid cooling. There is one interesting feature to note; the location for the power supply, which allows for two different sized power supplies.

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Many large cases include feet to stabilize the case. As you can see here the Eureka includes four stabilizing feet which swing out to to help keep the case from tipping over. On the bottom of the front door, there are some vents that allow cool air to be sucked in by the intake fan.

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