Date: September 18th, 2006
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Thermaltake USA
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The Mozart Tx arrived in one of Thermaltake's customary double-layer cardboard cartons. Box graphics not only give a hint as to the contents, but also boldly claim that that inside the box we'll find “The Ideal Home Entertainment Center”. Well, we'll see. Thermaltake takes pride in packaging their product properly so that the end user won't have to worry about a rough journey damaging their investment.
With the protective bag pulled aside, we get a glimpse at the top of the case. It's almost square with the “Tt” logo in the lower right corner. I'll admit that my interest was piqued at the unusual dimensions of the Mozart Tx.
Sandwiched between two foam blocks, the Tx is wrapped in a tough plastic bag. Taped to the bag is the user's guide. The packaging is excellent. The user's guide needs work, but that's a topic for later.
Stored inside the case is a cardboard box containing all the hardware one would need to complete a system installation in the Mozart Tx. Thermaltake has even included plastic trim pieces for watercooling applications. Extra long SATA and dual-device PATA cables (one each) are included. There are an ample number of shouldered screws for the rubber HDD mounts and Thermaltake has even provided a bag of fan-mounting screws.