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Case Type   

Mid Tower


0.8 mm SECC

Front Bezel Material   




Side Panel   

Transparent Window

Motherboard Support    Micro ATX (9.6 x 9.6),
ATX (12 x 9.6)
Motherboard Tray   
5.25" Drive Bay   


Ext. 3.5" Drive Bay   


Int. 3.5" Drive Bay   


Expansion Slots   


Front I/O Ports    USB 2.0 x 2,
IEEE 1394 Firewire,
Audio & Speaker ports
Cooling System    - Front (intake) :
  120 x 120 x 25 mm, 1400 rpm, 21 dBA
- Rear (exhaust) :
  120 x 120 x 25 mm, 1400 rpm, 21 dBA
- Side (intake) :
  90 x 90 x 25 mm, 1800 rpm, 21 dBA
Liquid Cooling Capable    No
Liquid Cooling Embedded    No
Power Supply Supported    Standard ATX PSII
Power Supply Included    No
Dimension (H*W*D)    19.5 x 8.3 x 18.8 in
495 x 210 x 478 mm
Net Weight    20.7 lbs
  9.4 kg
Security Lock   
      Angle View

      Inside View

Award & Review
Reviewed by TheTech Lounge
And nobody is saying that the Thermaltake Soprano DX looks cheap. Although not the first of its kind, with overlapping .. 
November 22, 2007

Reviewed by Bios Level
Overall, I'm pleased with the case. I have a few issues with some of the design features, but you have to keep in mind that this is an entry-level case for Thermaltake with the $120 price tag. I think one of the biggeset improvements Thermaltake could make with this case is changing the front panel to an aluminum material, rather than plastic. It just doesn't feel like a strong plastic and feels like it may break if even gently dropped (accidents do happen). Interested parties can head over to NewEgg to pick on of these up. .. 
August 28, 2007

Reviewed by Famoso Magazine
Overall it is a very modern and futuristic looking case that is put together with the highest of quality and the ability for tool less installations but does have a few set backs with the inside design and fitting in things but with some work it can all be done and that is why this case is recommended. .. 
August 23, 2007

Reviewed by Overclockers Pulse
Overall the Soprano Dx is a very impressive case with its stylish front bezel and deep shine black or silver paint. The case has alot of nice easy installation features such as quick lock cd drive bays, Tooless PCI card installation and center locking motherboard risers. The Soprano Dx has every feature a first or professional system builder could ask for. .. 
July 10, 2007

Reviewed by Overclockers Club
From the moment this case arrived I was impressed. Thermaltake spent a lot of money on the box to not only draw the consumer's attention, but to inform them as well. The case itself is very attractive and stylish. It is also made of quality components for giving the consumer a long time of enjoyment. Actually using the case was a complete joy. .. 
June 17, 2007

Reviewed by Tweaknews
Even though there's nothing really cutting edge about it, Thermaltake has a good thing going with the Soprano Dx. The lightweight but sturdy aluminum construction along with two locks makes it practical for transporting a system to a LAN. It has a stylish look with the blue LED bar on the front panel and the included fans are quiet. .. 
April 03, 2007

Reviewed by Think Computers
Well Thermaltake has made a great product even better with the Soprano DX case. The original Soprano was a good case, but had some faults. The Soprano DX addresses these issues and also adds some cool features that really give the DX its own style. Some of the improvements include the removable hard drive cage, aluminum front bezel, external drive system, and the lights on both the 120mm fan and the front bezel. .. 
March 19, 2007

Reviewed by Techgage
I can confidently say noise wasn’t even a factor from my time with the case. I would say it’s even quieter than the case I use for my own build, the Antec Sonata II, which says a lot considering it’s being compared to a case that’s designed to minimize noise. Even though you could probably purchase an even quieter enclosure at this point in time, you still wouldn’t mistake it for a jet-engine. .. 
March 13, 2007

Reviewed by 3DGameMan
The Thermaltake Soprano DX Case is loaded with excellent features. This mid-tower case comes in two colors; black and silver and is available with or without a window. It is mostly steel, except for a few plastic parts and an aluminum front. The styling is quite elegant and it comes with a high gloss paint finish. .. 
March 09, 2007

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User Manual 827540 05/09/2008
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 9.5".

Q:  What is the tallest cooler that will fit this chassis?
A:  This chassis will fit a cooler that is no taller than 176mm(6.9")

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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