I’d like to thank Nikki of Thermaltake for providing us the Tsunami Dream for review.
Today we take a look at the newest case design from Thermaltake the Tsunami Dream. This new aluminum case
has a lot of the standard features offered on other Thermaltake cases, plus a few new ones such as a mirror finish, huge 120mm fans, and a chassis intrusion detector.
The Tsunami is compatible with Micro ATX, Standard ATX & Extended ATX(Dual CPU) Motherboards.
When you take a look at the Tsunami Dream you will see a lot similarities with Thermaltake's other case model the Lanmoto.
Both cases are nearly identical, except the Tsunami Dream has a more understated front and a few other design points.
This all aluminium case weighs in at a very light 6 kg and would be ideal for Lan parties.
Behind the door the case has four 5.25" bays and two 3.5" bays.
Also behind the door is the location of the power and reboot switch. For added security, the front door can be locked closed with the included key.
On the top of the case is a popup panel that hides two USB 2.0, a Firewire, and Audio & Speaker ports.
High efficient ventilation :Dual 12cm silent fan in front & rear, 9cm fan on side panel
Transparent X type side panel window
Dual USB 2.0, IEEE 1394 Firewire, Audio & Speaker ports
Ultra light: 6.0 kg (13.2 lbs)
Locked safety side-panel
Retractable foot stand
Highly flexible "Silent Purepower supply" unit support PS/II for PC case (optional)