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The Thermaltake Strike MX computer case features a simple and stylish design, and is one of Thermaltake's entry-level mid cases.

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Pros

external and internal drive bays are all no-tool no-screw mounting, very easy to work with

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airflow through the case is great even without additional fans

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front bezel sticking out at the top makes it easier to carry when you need to

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solidly constructed case, feels sturdy

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easy to add extra fans to the case as needed

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offers enough room for most setups

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has a built-in box for storing extra screws and other bits

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case design looks pretty boring and utilitarian

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 The Thermaltake Strike MX computer case features a simple and stylish design, and is one of Thermaltake's entry-level mid cases. Made of black SECC steel, the front panel is gunmetal plastic with a full mesh inner panel to allow for air flow. The inside of the case is made for simplicity of installation, and includes tool-free access to all drive bays and PCI slots. It is a lightweight mid tower intended to get the computer up and running quickly. It also has liquid cooling capabilities and spots for additional fans. Thermaltake also offers a version of the Strike MX with a stylish LED side-mounted fan.

Features
  • MSRP: $79.99
  • Release Date: March 2009
  • Mid tower size
  • Stylish and simple design
  • Gunmetal plastic front panel with full mesh covering
  • No-tool access to all drive bays and PCI slots
  • 120mm rear fan
  • Front and side fan expansion slots
  • Easy-installation HDD cage
  • Sliding motherboard tray
  • Four 5.25" drive bays, 6 3.5" drive bays (1 exposed)
  • Front I/O Audio and USB panel
  • Easy access to power and reset buttons
  • Thumbscrew side panel access
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