Thermaltake sent us a collection of photos and information about its upcoming Overseer RX-I chassis, a computer case that could pass as an evil twin to Cooler Master's HAF line. It has the same aggressive overall styling, but a more gnarly design that we predict will be fall under the love-it-or-hate-it category. We'll go over the details as you decide which camp you're enlisting in.
The Overseer RX-I is a full tower enclosure measuring 22.1 (H) x 18.7 (W) x 22.8 (D) inches. It's made of steel, has a side panel window, and an all-black interior. There's enough elbow room to accommodate graphics cards up to 12.5 inches in length.
Where the RX-I really shines is in high-speed file transfers. There are two SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports on the top I/O panel (along with a pair of USB 2.0 ports, eSATA, and audio inputs), but also a top-mounted HDD docking station with hot-swap capability. Other features include removable fan filters, tool-free installation with support for both 3.5-inch (HDD) and 2.5-inch (SSD) drives, cable management cutouts, and lots of fans (1x120mm rear fan, 1x200mm top blue LED fan, 1x200mm front blue led fan, and optional 200mm side fan).