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    Default Thermaltake Tai Chi for chassis for sale.

    Thermaltake Tai Chi for chassis for sale.

    The Tai Chi was available in two versions, both built around the same full aluminium tower case foundation. The designation VB5001SNA identifies the water-cooled version; VB5000SNA identifies the standard version (sans water cooling).

    The one I am selling is the standard one.

    Price - 15k
    Mrp is WAY more, google for your convenience.
    Reason for selling : have no use for enthusiast grade cases anymore.

    Condition - Good with no issues, there is a certain small amount of dirt though, which will be your duty to clean, not mine. Oh and it looks like a mini nuclear warhead upfront, and weighs friggin tons so carrying/transportation also upto you.

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    Give some photos

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    15K is way too high price for that ancient case.

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