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It seems the growing trend to have a entertainment centre in your home these days so we see Thermaltake come forward with there offerings


Kenny Lin, the President of Thermaltake Technology emphasizes that “A product inspired by good innovation concept can improve the living standard at any time. Consumers should not need to worry about things that should simply be working as intended, because Thermaltake will be providing a perfect solution at all costs.”



Its not very often you come across a home theatre system that doubles as your gaming rig but Thermaltake have changed all this with the Mozart TX



Thermaltake claim it will remain looking like an elegant piece of art. The Mozart TX can save approximately 30% floor space due to its efficient design,

Anywhere, anytime


As far as performance counts, the Mozart TX is a Home Entertainment Centre incorporating multimedia functions as well as gaming needs. Another unique function of the Mozart TX is that two independent motherboards can be installed into the chassis to form a combined ATX / BTX and Mini ITX dual computer system. The world’s first 7” drive bay design accommodate a retractable 7” LCD monitor while a reserved window is designed for VFD display which enable the Mozart TX to be controlled through a remote.


When going for a home theatre system you probably want to be silent right? Well Thermaltake have thought of everything Thermaltake Technology implemented the Independent Thermal Chamber technology to efficiently dissipate any thermal waste produced from high performance computer systems. Supporting a high amount of silent fans and liquid cooling system, the Mozart TX excels at heat dissipation while achieving low noise. Even if both systems within the Mozart TX are running at full load, the noise level of the system will not be bothersome. The reduction of noise level satisfy one of the primary needs of a home theatre system and goes to show how Thermaltake is dedicated towards combining technology and everyday lives.


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29-08-2006, 08:27:17



29-08-2006, 08:31:13


29-08-2006, 08:58:17

im not a silence freak but anything that will drive me crazy with noise will p1ss me off, so would i hear this during normal use / gaming inside my case on my desk?

23-11-2006, 10:53:34

Hmm i would say Arctic Freezer 7 for performance/price.. if money was no option for aircooling i would get Tuniq Tower and stack 2xsilent 120mms on.. or if you cant find one then a Skythe Ninja :p

23-11-2006, 11:00:41

I got the new-ish zalman aero flower cooler (the 110mm led one) and its not too bad, highest ive got to is 43

23-11-2006, 11:04:06

*looks at phase parts*:rolleyes:

23-11-2006, 11:28:41

hehe, when im earning enough ill buy a phase cooling system, then overclock eh [IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG] outta it

23-11-2006, 11:56:24

Please dont bypass the swear filter matey :)

24-11-2006, 17:43:28

sowwy :(

30-11-2006, 18:37:43

I have a freezer7 on the auto speed setting in the BIOS so it's not on 100% and it's very good, especially for the price (think it was 14incVAT). It's not stupidly noisy either.

I guess it's not "THE BEST" but it depends on what your definition of the best is I guess :) (should money come into it?)

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