Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Package Case Review :: Features

03-05-2009 · Category: Hardware - Cases

By Ben Sun
  • ATC3
  • CRM3
  • Independent Adjustable Fan bar
  • Advance cable routing
  • HDD Relocation canister
  • Tool free designv
  • Fancool 8
  • Wireless side panel 23cm fan
  • Superior air circulation design
  • Tool less drive bay and PCI slot
  • Advanced Thermal Chamber
  • Hot Swappable HDD
  • Tool less 5.25" bay
  • Removable HDD Canister
  • Hidden storage compartment

Case type Full Tower
Material SECC 0.8mm
Front Bezel Material Metal Mesh
Color Black
Side Panel Transparent Window
Motherboard Support ATX, M-ATX
Removable Motherboard tray No
5.25" Drive bays 7
External 3.5" Drive bays 1 (convertible from 5.25")
Internal 3.5" Drive bays 6
Expansion slots 8
Front IO Ports USB 2.0 x2
e-SATA x1 HD Audio
Cooling System
  • Front (intake)
  • 140x140x25mm red LED fan 1000RPM 16dBA
  • Rear (exhaust) two 120x120x25mm TurboFan 1300RPM 17dBA
  • TOP (exhaust)
  • 230x230x20mm fan 800rpm 15dBA
  • Bottom (intake)
  • 120x120x25mm fan (optional)
  • CPU (exhaust)
  • 120x120x25mm fan (optional)
  • Fanbar (intake)
  • 120x120x25mm TurboFan 1300RPM 17dBA
  • Side
  • 230x230x20mm fan 800RPM 15dBA
Liquid Cooling capable Yes
Liquid Cooling Embedded No
Power Supply Supported Standard ATX PS2
Power Supply Included No
Dimension 24.0x9.1x21.1 inches (610x232x536mm) HxWxD
Security Lock No
Application High-End Gaming System
Warranty 3 years

The Spedo is a Full-Tower ATX case that can take ATX or micro-ATX sized motherboards. The material of the case is 0.8mm SECC steel, a common material for cases today. The dimensions of the case are 24x9.1xc21.1 inches, making it a Full-Tower ATX case in name. One thing that should be kept in mind is that Thermaltake offers a 3-year warranty with this product.


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ATC3 stands for Advanced Thermal Chamber #3. The ATC 3 provides proper air circulation throughout the case but blocks the lower half of the case once you take off the side panel. There's a nifty little accessories box on the bottom half of the ATC 3. Both components can be removed when you need to install a motherboard or power supply into the case.

Cable management is always important for the high-end computer segment. After all, without proper cable management the case will look like a big mess of cables. Thermaltake takes the cable management a step further than most by having three black covers on the back side of the case to cover the wires coming out of the front side of the case.

One of the big features of the case is the ability to run up to 8 fans on the case. This is split into one Front 140mm fan, two Rear 120mm Turbofans, a Top 230mm fan, optional CPU and bottom 120mm fans, a 120mm Fanbar fan, and a 230mm side TurboFan. This is enough cooling to keep any system cool even with the hottest components. Thermaltake calls this Fan8.