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Case Type   

Super Tower w/ Liquid Cooling System


1.0 mm SECC

Front Bezel Material    Aluminum
Color    Black
Side Panel   

Transparent Window

Motherboard Support    Micro ATX,
Extend ATX,
BTX(with optional BTX upgrade kits)
Motherboard Tray   
5.25" Drive Bay    9
Ext. 3.5" Drive Bay    2
Int. 3.5" Drive Bay    6
Expansion Slots   


Front I/O Ports    USB 2.0 x 2,
IEEE 1394 x 1,
Audio & Speaker ports
Cooling System    - Rear (exhaust) :
  120 x 120 x 25 mm blue LED fan, 1300 rpm, 17 dBA;
  90 x 90 x 25 mm, 1800 rpm, 19 dBA
- Top (exhaust) :
  90 x 90 x 25 mm, 1800 rpm, 19 dBA
Liquid Cooling Capable    Yes
Liquid Cooling Embedded   

- All-in-one waterblock :
  For Intel BTX platform, P4 775 and AMD K8
  Support for Socket 1366 requires an upgraded mounting kit.
- Performance radiator :
  (A) Dimension of radiator : H 407 x W 120 x D 35 mm
  (B) Three 1300 rpm 120 mm fans
- P500 liquid pump :
  Power DC 12V liquid pump (500 L/hr)
- Reservoir :
  Contains 350 c.c. of liquid capacity, easy to refill
- Water tube :
  Transparent UV tube (3/8”) & industrial-grade rubber tube

Power Supply Supported    Standard ATX PSII
Power Supply Included    No
Dimension (H*W*D)    21.3 x 8.7 x 25.2 in
540 x 220 x 640 mm
Net Weight    48.3 lbs
21.9 kg
Security Lock    Side Panel Lock
2.5" Drive Bay   
      Angle View

      Front View

      Side View

Award & Review
Reviewed by Techwarelabs
Surprisingly, the Kandalf, with its 4 x 120mm 1300RPM fans and liquid cooling pump, is one of the quietest computers I've ever heard. There is enough space inside to fit any motherboard you wish .. 
May 20, 2008

Reviewed by The Inquirer
What's most unique about Kandalf LCS is its front door - more precisely, a full 1.5-foot tall radiator with three 120 mm fans built into that door! The inlet / outlet water and power cables link it with the rest of the water cooling systems (the pump, 350 cl reservoir and of course the water blocks). That's one of the keys to the thing's cooling power despite the single-box integration. .. 
June 11, 2007

Reviewed by 3DGameMan
The Thermaltake Kandalf LCS Case combines a fantastic case with lots of excellent features and a brilliant water cooling kit that performance very well. More and more companies are putting together these case and water cooling combinations. This really makes sense because with today's computer hardware getting faster, a water cooling system will keep things cool. .. 
April 23, 2007

Reviewed by Overclockers Club
Are you ready to get the maximum performance out of your system without having to purchase every water cooling component separately? If yes, then the Thermaltake Kandalf LCS is a must have. Unlike other liquid cooled cases the Kandalf houses it’s radiator on the front bezel door keeping the heat of the radiator outside so there is no heat transference from the radiator causing a higher ambient temperature inside the case. .. 
April 05, 2007

Reviewed by PC Perspective
Thermaltake’s large Kandalf enclosure with Liquid Cooling System is an attractive system that offers a lot of storage options and space along with good cooling. The included CPU liquid cooling system is complete and very easy to install. The styling is contemporary and stylish without going over the top. .. 
March 19, 2007

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User Manual 5948399 05/13/2008
Q:  What is the longest graphics card that may be used with this chassis?
A:  12.29" is the length of the longest card on the market. This chassis will fit this size of card.

Q:  Why is copper based heat sink better than aluminum based solution?
A:  The short answer to the question is the fact that copper conducts heat better than aluminum.  Engineers utilize thermal conductivity (W/m*K) value to measure the effectiveness of a material.  In this case, copper has a thermal conductivity of ~401 W/m*K and aluminum is ~237 W/m*K.  To put it in perspective, wood has a thermal conductivity value of 0.04 ~ 0.4 W/m*K and concrete is 1.7 W/m*K, that is why wood does not get quiet as hot as concrete on a hot sunny day.

Q:  What are the differences in motherboard form factors?

There are 4 motherboard ATX standard formats on the market today.

Form Factor





 eATX(Extended ATX)










 Micro ATX





 Mini ATX





Please visit  Formfactors.org for complete information on motherboard form factors.


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