Thermaltake Urban S71 World of Tanks Edition Revealed

/ 2 years ago


Thermaltake are back once again with their popular Urban S71 chassis. We reviewed the original S71 chassis a year ago now and absolutely loved it, but now it is being relaunched with a new set of colours for fans of World of Tanks.

World of Tanks is a smash hit with the online gaming community and for fans die hard fans of Wargamings WoT, this custom-designed S71 will no doubt be very desirable. The front panel has been redesigned with an illuminated World of Tanks theme and logos that certainly adds some extra flair to the chassis.


Features of Urban S71 World of Tanks Edition

  • Exquisite Design: USB dust plug and red strip light on the front panel are World of Tanks Edition only! Enjoy every second of your visual delight!
  • Handy I/O Ports: The front-top panel has implemented two of latest data transfer SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports along with two USB 2.0 ports, a HD microphone and headset jacks, to grand direct access when needed.
  • Easy Hot Swap: Top-mounted 2.5″ or 3.5″HDD Docking Station enables blazing fast file transfer and effortless hot-swap drive replacement design for easy setup or removal of HDD.
  • Innovative Tool-less Design: The latest tool-less innovation with 5.25″ & 3.5″ tool-free drive bay design minimized the hassles of installing ODD and HDD devices.
  • Extreme Ventilation: Standard equipped with one rear 120mm turbo fan and two 200mm speed control fans at the front and top to help maximize system ventilation.
  • Stress-free Cable Management: Wide cable routing gap provides easy cable management, hiding cables behind motherboard tray to ensure smoothness for building the chassis; wiring tangled problem no longer exists.
  • Utmost Expandability: A complete high-end solution with 240mm radiator liquid cooling system with extra graphic cards supported to protect users’ hardware and increase CPU’s overclocking potential.

The chassis still remains the same great chassis it was when first launched, with extensive cooling supports, tool-free storage bays, loads of room for large coolers and PSUs, of course if you really want to dig into the full feature set, then why not check out our full review of the chassis here.

Thank you Thermaltake for providing us with this information.

Images courtesy of Thermaltake.


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  • Wayne

    It looks pretty cool if that’s your kind of thing but personally I wouldn’t pay any extra for the artwork.