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Case Type    Gaming Cube
Material    SECC
Front Bezel Material    Aluminum
Color    Black
Side Panel   


Motherboard Support    Micro ATX form factor,
Mini ITX form factor
Motherboard Tray    Yes
5.25" Drive Bay   

2 (one convertable to 7")

Ext. 3.5" Drive Bay    1
Int. 3.5" Drive Bay    2
Expansion Slots    4
Front I/O Ports    USB 2.0 x 2,
IEEE 1394 Firewire,
HD Audio
Cooling System    - Front :
  90 mm fan x 1, 1500 rpm
- Rear :
  60 mm fan x 2, 1800 rpm (up to 60 mm fan x 3)
Liquid Cooling Capable    No
Liquid Cooling Embedded    No
Power Supply Supported    Standard ATX PSII
Power Supply Included    No
Dimension (H*W*D)    9.1 x 11.8 x 16.9 in
230 x 300 x 430 mm
Net Weight    14.8 lbs
  6.7 kg
Security Lock   
      Angle View

      Front View

      Top View

      Left Side View

      Right Side View

      Rear View

      With 7" Display

Award & Review
Reviewed by Tweaknews
They've done a great job with design, and the manual is very clear. All in all, the Lanbox is probably one of the best chassis in its class .. 
February 10, 2010

Reviewed by HardwareMX
Thermaltake LanBox Review
a LanBox demostró tener un desempeño aceptable con el manejo de las temperaturas y el ruido producido por el mismo es prácticamente imperceptible lo que lo hace una solución silenciosa como pieza de entretenimiento para su centro de entretenimiento .. 
January 12, 2010

Reviewed by FiringSquad
anbox Lite to use for this build and the name alone indicates this case was designed for portable performance .. 
September 03, 2009

Reviewed by GeekSmack
The LANBOX is a good, solid, and silent case that’s perfect for gamers who often attend LAN parties, or just about anyone else looking to build a portable system without sacrificing power .. 
August 02, 2009

Reviewed by Hi-Tech Reviews
if you are in the need of a SFF case or perhaps thinking of building a new system why not down-size and try the Thermaltake LanBox Lite .. 
June 05, 2009

Reviewed by Bjorn3d
Lanbox is a stylish chassis that is small but full featured, designed for the Lan Party crowd that still wants Multi GPU capabilities without all the size and weight of a normal chassis .. 
May 14, 2009

Reviewed by LanOC
I found the case to be small enough to pack into my car for easy transportation to lan partys .. 
May 04, 2009

Reviewed by OCIA
The Thermaltake DuOrb CPU Cooler is a perfect match for the DuOrb VGA Cooler. It looks good and fits surprisingly well, given its large wingspan .. 
April 14, 2008

Reviewed by 3dGameMan
The Thermaltake M9 Case is your standard mid-tower case, but it has lots of great features. Up to nine 5.25 .. 
March 28, 2008

Reviewed by Virtual Hideout
At the beginning of the year I reviewed the Tt LANBOX enclosure. This month I will be going over the Tt LANBOX Lite. The Tt LANBOX Lite is a fully modular system where all the components can be removed from the body of the enclosure for easier installation. .. 
September 17, 2007

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User Manual 1177730 05/09/2008
Q:  What chassis do Thermaltake carry that support the 7inch Monitor?
A:  Currently, the Mozart TX, the SwordM and the LAN Box chassis will accommodate this accesory.

Q:  What is the longest graphics card that may be used with this chassis?
A:  This chassis will fit a video card that is no longer than 10.6" with the removal of the HDD cage. Standard size fit is 9.6"

Q:  What is the tallest cooler that will fit this chassis?
A:  This chassis will fit a cooler that is no taller than 100mm(3.9")

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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