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-- ThermalTake Mozart Tx Case
-- Category: Review
-- Posted by: dave303
-- Posted on: 2006-10-13
-- Price: ~ $249.99 USD
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Fresh from Thermaltake, let me introduce the new Mozart TX Case. This is not a standard case, in fact, it is larger than any case I have used at home to date. Not only is it very tall, but it is cube style and thus much wider than a standard case. Also available are four expansion kits which can turn it into a full blown media center. Below is a picture of the case upon receipt. My QA department wanted to get in on the pictures.

Rough guess as to the size of the box: 1 Child (age 2Ĺ) minus 1 standard Tennis Ball

The first look inside the box with the top piece of foam removed. You can see there is a lot of extra space around the case to keep it protected from any mishaps which might occur during shipment.

A look at the top part of the case as it begins to emerge from the box. The protective plastic has been pushed down here.

For a quick size comparison, I took my Antec Dragon case (a mid-tower design) and the full tower case I won earlier this year and placed the Mozart TX between them. You can see the results here.







Window Side Panel







16.5 / 17.0 kg

9 / 9.5 kg




Case body material




Case type

Cube Tower

Case panel material



330 x 360 x 720 mm (W*D*H)

Front I/O

eSATA connector, USB 2.0 x 4, IEEE 1394 (Fire wire), HD-Audio

Expansion Slots


Cooling system

Front: 12cm fan x2 (up to five 12cm fan)

Back: 12cm fan x3 (up to five 12 cm fan, one 8cm fan)

Drive Bays

7" x 1

5.25" x 5

3.5" x 7 (Exposed 1, Hidden x6)


Primary: ATX, Micro ATX, BTX, Micro BTX, Namo BTX, Pico BTX

Secondary: Mini-ITX

Upgrade Kits


1. 7" Bay LCD monitor

2. Media LAB: VFD / Remote Control / software

3. Mini ITX Kit: 270W 5.25" PSU / PWR & reset Module / 100cm SATA & IDE Cable

4. BTX Kit: SRM / Rear plate

We are not going to be looking at any of the upgrade kits. So letís take a look at the case itself.

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