A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away... the Thermaltake Empire ruled the cooling market. As many of you may know, such a phrase became known throughout the world in May 1977 as the phenomenon Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope hit the theaters. The series -- filled with adventures -- gave an entirely new perspective of the wonders and the infinite possibilities of space. Recently, Thermaltake too has been showing us entirely new possibilities in the PC market. Starting with the magnificent super-gaming tower, the Level 10 in late 2009, and the more down-to-earth Level 10 GT in early 2011, it's no doubt that Thermaltake has no limits to their innovations. Of course, you can very well say that both of these chassis are still too "exclusive" when looking at the average gaming chassis in the market. However, these two PC "phenomenons" aren't the only thing up Thermaltake's sleeve. Enter the Chaser MK-1, the new super gaming chassis from Thermaltake. What is different about this case? Well, for starters, it won't blow a massive hole into your wallet -- and I think that in itself is a huge accomplishment. But will this innovative "Galactic Episoda" survive the deep travels of space in the pursuit of honor and glory? Hmm, maybe I am being a little too melodramatic; nonetheless, it is still a question unanswered, so read on to find out!
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