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|02-10-2011, 11:57 PM||#1|
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Thermaltake Max 5G Hard Drive Enclosure
It's been a while since Thermaltake released an update to its "Max" line-up of hard drive enclosures, but the Max 5G looks to be a great one. Aside from looking good, it supports SATA 3.0 hard drives and a USB 3.0 interface, and helps keep your drive cool by employing dual 80mm quiet fans. Read on as we see if it's worth your hard-earned $60.
You can read our full look at Thermaltake's latest enclosure and then discuss it here!
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