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eTeknix @ CES 2014 – Thermaltake Core V71 Chassis



/ 3 years ago

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Were still here at the Thermaltake suite and we continue our coverage with a look at their brand new Core V71 chassis which Thermaltake hope will offer up great options for those wanting high-end water cooling, or great air cooling configurations. As you can see from the image below, the case is more than capable of a large custom loop water cooling setup, with 420mm radiator support in the front, 360mm in the top, 120mm in the back and 240mm in the bottom.

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Obviously not everyone wants water cooling on this scale, but having so many options will make planning your next build a whole lot easier.

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The chassis comes fitted with three 200mm fans, one on top and two in the front. You can even leave them mounted and still have your radiators installed, allow for low RPM push/pull configurations.

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Without a rad in the front you can keep the full bay of modular hard drive trays, with a rad you can take advantage of two stealth hard drive mounts behind the motherboard which both support 3.5″ and 2.5″ drives.

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We really love this chassis and it’s another great entry to the Thermaltake range, we look forward to taking a closer look at it in the coming weeks and month for a review. Stay tuned for even more information as the show has just begun and there are several busy days ahead or check out our Live Gallery for the latest images from the show.


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  • Matthew Humpherson

    Is it me or do the drive bays look wonky on the blue/green lighted case?