|Thermaltake Overseer RX-I Computer Case|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Cases|
|Written by Steven Iglesias-Hearst|
|Wednesday, 19 October 2011|
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Detailed Interior Features
In this section we will be looking at the detailed interior features of the Thermaltake Overseer RX-I Chassis.
The 5.25" are simple to use but complicated in design. All you must do is slide your 5.25" device into an empty slot and the tool free clip will automatically engage and hold it. To release you need to push the blue tab to unlock the clip. If you need a 100% secure install of, say, a bay reservoir etc. then you would be better off just using screws. I managed to break one of these clips without much effort.
Mounting your HDD's/SSD's is taken care of with a well tried and tested design (one of my favorite actually) although you trade capacity with convenience here. Where it would be quite possible to cram in seven or eight hard drives into a rack this size, because of the design used, you only have a place for five. To remove a tray simply pinch the sides of the tray and slide out...
Install your 3.5 / 2.5 inch HDD or SSD in any combination you like, all the trays have mounting holes for both so you are free to choose.
A closer look at the front fan here. Thermaltake doesn't provide much info on these other than 200mm TT-2030 Thermaltake blue LED fan (800rpm, 15dBA).
Removing this fan gives you more options, now you have the choice between 200mm Thermaltake fan, 140mm standard fan, and 120mm standard fan.
Same as the front fan, installed in the roof as exhaust is a second 200mm Thermaltake blue LED fan rated 15dBA at 800rpm 0.42AMP.
Removing this top fan reveals the same mounts we saw on the front (200mm Tt fan, 140mm fan, 120mm fan). Indicated by the red box are mounts for a standard 120.2 (240mm) watercooling radiator, because it is offset from the back of the case it means that you will have clearance over the rear I/O area and also clearance of motherboard heatsinks and low profile RAM.