Thermaltake V-Series Chassis at Computex 2014
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
Computex 2014: We had a huge amount of fun at the Thermaltake booth, not only because their a great team to get along with, but also because they had a HUGE range of new products on display. Thermaltake look set to take the chassis market by storm with their latest Core V series of chassis, which offer loads of features that should appeal to a wide range of system builders.
Fully removable storage bays, extensive radiator support, rear stealth mount hard drive bays, filtered ventilation and a bold design make the V41 (below), V31(below) and the V51 (above) a great choice for a gaming rig.
The star of the show is easily the V1, a cube style gaming chassis that keeps with the theme of its bigger brothers, but great things really can come in small packages as this is one extremely capable chassis.
Behind the front panel you’ll find a huge 200mm fan, as well as radiator mounts. Most interestingly is the cut-away on the left, allowing you to pass a two slot GPU through the front of the chassis, giving you extra room to fit a monster sized GPU in this pint sized chassis.
Thermaltake obviously want to show off with this thing, and they’ve fitted a full custom look water cooling system in their, all of which is made up of the brand new Thermaltake water cooling components.
The chassis panels are all the same fit, so you can put the side panels, top panels etc on ANY side you like, Thermaltake are also working to sell the window panels separately, so in theory you could have windows on top, left and right sides if you wanted.