Thermaltake LAN Box HT Micro ATX Case
Posted on: 09.04.2007 01:00:00

Features and Specifications



Case Type

Home Theater Gaming Cube

(W*D*H )

300 x 430 x 230 mm / 11.8 x 16.9 x 9.1 inch

Media kits

Built-in Media LAB kit with hot keys module

Chassis Material

Panel : Al / Body :SECC Japanese steel



Cooling System

- Front : 90mm fan x 1, 1500rpm
- Rear : 60mm fan x 2, 1800rpm (up to 60mm fan x 3)


Micro ATX form factor & mini ITX form factor

Drive Bays

- 7” x 1 (could be converted to 5.25”) 5.25” x 1
- 3.5” x 3 (Exposed x 1, Hidden x 2)

Front I/O

USB 2.0 x 2, IEEE 1394 Firewire, HD-Audio

Expansion Slots



7.5 kg / 16.53lb

Optional parts

7” Bay LCD monitor (A2471)

The first thing that strikes me when reading over the specs is the case comes complete with a built in media lab with hot keys, which gives it more of a HTPC feel and use. The only problem I can see with this is the 2x 60mm rear fans producing a fair bit of noise, with that said though cases this small normally have a small 60mm fan some place inside. Also as mentioned already you can see the support is there for Thermaltake’s 7” bay LCD monitor, anyway enough of me talking about the case let us get it out of the box and take a look.

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