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Thermaltake Spedo Advance

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Posted October 2, 2008 by Jake in Cases & PSU

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Features & Specifications

Below is a summary of the specifications for the Thermaltake Spedo Advance Package:

Specifications:

  • Model Name: Spedo Advanced Package
  • Case Type:? Full Tower
  • Dimensions (HxWxD):? 536mm x 232mm x 610mm ( 21.1" x 9.1" x 24")
  • Net Weight: 13.0 kg ( 28.7 lbs)
  • Cooling System:
    Front Intake:? 140x140x25mm Red LED fan, 1000rpm @ 16dBA
    Rear Exhaust: Two 120mm x 120mm x 20mm? Turbo fan , 1300 rpm @17dBA
    Top Exhaust: 230mm x230mm x 20mm fan,800rpm @ 15dBA
    Bottom Intake: 120mmx120mm fan [ optional ]
    CPU Exhaust: 120mm x 120mm [optional ]
    Fan bar: Intake: 120mm x 120mm x 25mm Fan [ optional ]
    Side Intake: 230mm x 230mm x 20mm fan @ 15dBA

  • Motherboard: ?Micro ATX, Standard ATX
  • Drive Bays:
    5.25 Drive Bay:? 7 x 5.25", tool-free
    3.5 Drive Bay: ?1 x 3.5" [Converted from one 5.25" drive bay
    3.5 Drive bay (hidden): 6 x 3.5"

  • I/O Ports: ?USB 2.0 x 2,? e-Sata connector x 1,? HD Audio
  • Expansion Slots: ?7
  • PSU: ?Standard ATX PSII (optional)
  • Material:? Front Bezel: Metal Mesh / Chassis: 0.8mm SECC
  • Color:? Exterior & Interior: Black
  • Cable Routing Management: ?Yes
  • Advanced Thermal Chamber: ?Yes
  • Windowed Side Panel : Transparent window
  • PCI Slot: ?Tool-Free
  • HDD Cage: ?Swappable to 5.25" Drive Bay, tool-free, sliding drawers

There is one point here to clarify: there are two packages available for the Spedo: the "regular" and the "Advance". They are identical except that the regular Spedo does not have the 230mm fan on the top panel, and it is also lighter due to the interior partitions not being included.

The Spedo Advance Chassis box is typical Thermaltake design: black box with a prominent picture of the chassis and a boatload of smaller pictures with specifications and feature write-ups on the rear and sides.? Admittedly, it does look rather tantalizing, hinting at what lies inside and giving an indication of what the main marketing features are for the case (should you actually shop in person nowadays though).? The rear of the package shows images and text explaining the features that come with the Spedo Advance Package.? Thermaltake’s box thankfully has handles cut out on each side, making it much easier to carefully move the Spedo, rather than having to lug it around awkwardly like I?ve seen on several other manufacturers? boxes.

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Thermaltake Spedo Advance
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Thermaltake Spedo Advance

When you open the box, you can see that Thermaltake took pride in making sure that the Spedo was well protected; once the styrofoam has been removed, you can see the cloth bag that protects the chassis. This bag sports the Thermaltake logo as well as the Spedo Advance Package name; a nice little attention to detail there, usually something that often comes with boutique system builders actually.

The accessories package includes the following:

  • EPS 12V Extender Cable
  • Motherboard Standoffs and Screws
  • 24-pin EATX Extender Cable
  • 4 x 3.5" / 5.25"? Adapter Plates
  • One 120mm x 25mm Fan
  • One Floppy Drive Bezel
  • One 5.25" FDD Adaptor

Let’s take a closer look at the exterior now.

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