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    Thermaltake Xaser Series Full tower ATX Cases Review
    Author: Alan Wong
    Date Posted: May 23, 2004
    Xaser V WinGo V8000A - SLRating: SLRating: 8.5/10
    Xaser V Damier V5000A - SLRating: SLRating: 8/10
    Bottom Line: Thermaltake Technology recently released their new line of Xaser Series Full tower ATX Cases. SLCentral evaluated the external and internal structure of the Xaser V WinGo and Damier cases, we found both good things and bad things about the Xaser V read on to find out more........

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    Tower Type

    Full Tower

    Motherboard Support

    Micro ATX, Standard ATX & Extended ATX

    Dimensions (HxWxD)

    490 x 205x 580 mm

    (19.3" x 8.1" x 22.9")

    Construction Material

    Xaser Steel Chassis

    1.0 mm SECC Steel (door made of aluminum)

    Xaser Aluminum Chassis

    1.0 mm Aluminum (everything except front bay door, which is plastic)


    Xaser Aluminum Chassis

    6.7 kg (14.8 lbs)

    Xaser Steel Chassis

    16 kg (35.27lbs)


    5.25" Drive Bays 5

    3.5" External Drive Bays 2

    3.5" Internal Drive Bays 3

    Cooling System

    2 x Exhaust

    • Top: 80mm fan (2050RPM, 21dB)
    • Rear: 90mm Blue LED fan (Speed Adjustable 1300~3000RPM)

    3 x Intake

    • Front: 80mm fan (2050RPM, 21dB)
    • Side Up: 90mm Fan (Speed Adjustable 1300~3000RPM)
    • Side Down: 90mm Blue LED fan (1800RPM, 21dB)

    Power Supply

    Optional (Not Included in this version)

    Expansion Slots


    External USB, Firewire, Mic In & Out

    Yes, on top of case

    • 2 x USB2.0
    • 1 x IEEE1394 (Firewire)
    • 1 x Microphone Input
    • 1 x Microphone Output

    Special Features

    • Retractable foot stands
    • "X" Type Window
    • 3.5" and 5.25" Drive Rails
    • Side panel security lock & 3-way front panel lock
    • WinGo EL lamp with 3 way function inverter (on/off / flash / lighting)


    The Damier series cases and the WinGo series cases are almost identical in almost every respect. The only thing that distinguishes them from each other is their external design (mainly the front panel). The Damier has a checkered pattern door while the WinGo has a skived design. Each series comes in 3 different colors: silver, black, and blue. However, only the silver cases come in aluminum while the black and blue versions come in steel.

    The internal structures of the cases are identical, which is why in the review only pictures of the Xaser V Damier were taken when it came to going into detail about the innards of the case.

    To LAN party fanatics, it is recommended to purchase the silver aluminum version of the Xaser V as opposed to the steel version. When comparing the weight between the steel case and the aluminum, the steel case was quite heavy to carry, even when the components were not installed (when components were installed, it seemed that it was impossible to carry it for long distance). Compared to the steel version, the aluminum case felt like a feather (when components were not installed), since it only weighed 15lbs.

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    1. Introduction
    2. Specifications
    3. Front Panel Door
    4. Rear of Case/USB
    5. Internal Structure
    6. Conclusion

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