The Core X9 is a behemoth, boasting a bar-fridge-like 122L capacity -- large enough that Thermaltake says dual systems are on the menu, not to mention the possibilities for liquid cooling and file servers.
You may recall we reviewed an even bigger case a few years ago, the Lian Li D8000 which offered a 145L capacity and could accommodate 20 hard drives for $330. The Core X9 isn't quite in the same class, though that is also reflected by its surprisingly low price of $170.
"Super Towers" or "Ultra Towers" such as the Lian Li D8000, Cooler Master Cosmos II and Corsair Obsidian 900D typically cost upwards of $300, so we're eager to see what Thermaltake's Core X9 delivers for almost 40% less.
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