Thermaltake New Soprano Case Review

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Thermaltake Soprano VO900M1N2N Review

Thermaltake introduced the Soprano VX back in 2006 with a $60 price tag and it was a pretty good little mid-tower case. It had simple styling and was feature-packed, for 2006. It also had a sleek piano black coating on the front panel that set it apart from the rest. The Soprano RS 101 came shortly thereafter in 2008, also with a $60 introductory price tag, and was available with or without a side panel window and had a sleek front door with the same piano black coating. It’s now been about 5 years since the folks at Thermaltake have redesigned the Soprano but it’s finally here. It’s simply called “New Soprano” and is a completely redesigned ATX mid-tower that is packed full of features – all for $117.72 shipped. The Thermaltake New Soprano is available in two forms, a stark contrast of white exterior against black interior (VO900M6N2N) or a full black exterior and interior (VO900M1N2N).  minimal furnishings, lightings and brushed metal accents enhance the visual amenity for a sleek and professional office or home environment.

Thermaltake Soprano

The Thermaltake New Soprano has some awesome features that should be noted. On the earlier versions of the TT Soprano the front door was plastic, this time around Thermaltake used aluminum front door. Not only does this step away from the Piano-black coating, it adds a much more durable feel to the New Soprano. Recently we have seen acoustic foam insulation popping its head out in several cases over the past year or so. The New Soprano also keeps the system noise down by utilizing the sound deadening properties of acoustic foam insulation. The top-mounted hot-swap dock for 2.5” and 3.5” drives is quite similar to the Thermaltake BlackX dock in the way that it works. All you have to do is pop in a 3.5″ hard drive or 2.5″ SSD or hard drive and you’re good to go. Unlike previous versions of the TT Soprano, the New Soprano features internal SuperSpeed USB 3.0. Strictly looking at the specifications the New Soprano looks like it has a lot of promise! Let’s take a quick look at the specifications of New Soprano below and then we can get on to the good stuff!

Thermaltake New Soprano Features:

  • Aluminum front panel with elegant streamline design
  • Sound-dampening foams for extreme silence
  • USB 3.0 Superspeed
  • Top-mounted HDD hot swap Docking Station
  • CableClear cable management
  • Innovative 5.25” & 3.5” tool-free design

Specifications of the Thermaltake New Soprano:

  • Case Type: Mid Tower
  • Material: SECC Steel
  • Front Bezel Material: Combination of plastic and high airflow mesh
  • Color: Black
  • Side Panel: Solid w/ Sound dampening foam
  • Motherboard Support: 9.6” x 9.6” (Micro ATX), 12” x 9.6” (ATX)
  • Motherboard Tray: No
  • 5.25” Drive Bay: 4
  • Ext. 3.” Drive Bay: 1
  • Int. 3.5” Drive Bay: 5
  • Expansion slots: 7
  • Front I/O Ports: USB 3.0 x2, USB 2.0 x2, Mic & Speaker (support AC’97 & HD Audio)
  • Cooling System:     
    • Front (Intake): 200x200x30mm Blue LED Fan x1 (600~800rpm, 13~15dBA)
    • Rear (Exhaust): 120x120x25mm Turbofan, 1000RPM, 16dBA
    • Bottom (Intake): 120x120x25mm x1 (optional)
  • Liquid Cooling Capable: Yes
  • Liquid Cooling Embedded: No
  • Power Supply Supported: Standard ATX PSII Power Supply
  • Power Supply included: No
  • Dimension (H*W*D): 460x220x510mm (18×8.7×20 inch)
  • Net Weight: 8.3kg (18.3lb)
  • Security Lock: Kensington lock port
  • Application: Suitable for gaming, enthusiast, DIY and modding
  • Warranty: 3 Years

 Now that we have a good understanding of the core features we can move on and take a look at the retail sample Thermaltake provided us to review.

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