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).
No word yet on price or availability.
Image Credit: Thermaltake