Thermaltake Kandalf

Written by Randy Torio    Thursday, 07 April 2005 11:00
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With products such as the Thermaltake Big Typhoon and Thermaltake BigWater, both considerable improvements over their past cooling products, Thermaltake has also become a major player in the enthusiast cooling market.  Criticized for excessively designed cases, Thermaltake has made a comeback by releasing more functional cases, such as the Soprano, Tsunami, and Armor lines.  While these cases bear resemblances to other cases out, they are significant improvements over the competition. Thermaltake's aims to offer consumers the best products that consumers demand.

Today, InsaneTek has the honor of reviewing Thermaltake's latest addition, the Thermaltake Kandalf Series.  The Thermaltake Armor Series has already received considerable praise for its amazing features and versatility.  The Kandalf series adds some extra features to the already acclaimed Armor series.  We will be looking at the black version of this case, which utilizes a steel chassis.  Thermaltake also has a silver version of this case that utilizes aluminum for lighter weight.

More information can be found on Thermaltake's website under the Kandalf's detailed product page.