ThermalTake has updated their most popular case series with the new Soprano DX.  The old 120mm in the back has been dropped in favour of a 140mm fan at the front of the case, offering a definite improvement in cooling performance.  The only real drawback that X-Bit Labs found was that with the included fastening clips, you can’t install dual-slot PCI cards, but it isn’t to hard to implement a solution.
“Restyling is a basic means of making a product’s market life longer. This word is known mostly from the car industry. In the computer case market, a life span of over 1 year is quite a long one even for such a good model as the Soprano was. After such long time a chassis modernization was needed to pull the system case up to the level of the best of the class again. Today we will find out what changes Thermaltake made to get its excellent solution back to the leading positions.”

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