An Introduction to Thermaltake's BTX Form Factor Cases

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    Article Quote: Founded in 1999, Thermaltake has grown into one of the world leaders in computer cooling devices, power supplies, and cases for home and industrial applications. Their case designs are continuously being improved to meet the demands of the users, as well as the high powered components inside. This evolution now includes a few models designed to accommodate systems based on the BTX form factor, which will be covered in this introduction. Here is the Thermaltake family of BTX (or BTX upgradable) cases: Tai Chi, Kandalf, Armor, and Tuba.

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