Lets's Talk Computers - Thermaltake  April 21, 2012
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Interview on April 21, 2012
Level 10 GT Tower Case.part 3     Guest: Ramsom Koay
Thermaltake is a major brand for people who build their own computers - long known for computer cases, power supplies, CPU coolers and accessories - and they've recently expanded their line to include extra-high performance mice, keyboards and headsets.

Ramsom Koay, Let's Talk Computers Industry Expert on Power Supplies and Cases and Director of Marketing and Public Relations with Thermaltake, continues our series on “The many Benefits of the Unique Thermaltake Level 10 GT Full Tower Computer Case,” as we will be looking at the importance of hard disk management in computer cases.
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