Thermaltake Core V1 Mini-ITX PC Chassis Revealed

/ 6 years ago

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Thermaltake have officially unveiled their new Core V1 mini-ITX PC chassis. We first saw this case a few months ago at Computex in Taipei and we absolutely loved how much could be done with such a compact chassis design, but now that Thermaltake have hammered out the final details, the case is almost ready for release!


The mini-ITX form factor case may be small, but it still packs a 200mm fan in the front panel, behind which you’ll find a slot cut-away to allow easy installation of graphics cards that typically wouldn’t fit in a chassis of this size, such as the GTX Titan / 780 Ti, whilst still maintaining the airflow needed to cool such powerful cards.

pic1Not content with just one innovation per product, the chassis also features interchangeable symmetrical side panels; want to move that window panel from the side to the top? Then go for it!


The V1 will support 120mm and 140mm fans and radiators, while still utilizing the front 200mm fan mount and two additional 80mm fans in the back. Guaranteed to hold up AIO liquid cooling system Water 3.0 Performer and Pro as well as fan series of Pure, Luna and Odin or any other cooling solutions.

The case will be available shortly and we expect more details on price and regional availability to follow very soon.

Thank you Thermaltake for providing us with this information.

Image courtesy of Thermaltake.

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