Thermaltake Core X31 Mid Tower Chassis Review




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Thermaltake Core X31 Mid Tower Chassis Review

Thermaltake are the masters when it comes to pushing heavy-duty chassis to market at fiercely competitive prices. Now they’re at it again with their latest mid-tower, the X31, which promises extensive water and air cooling support, room for up to an ATX motherboard, lots of storage, and huge graphics cards and all of that comes at a price around £80.

“The Core X31 features outstanding cooling performance with compatibility for liquid cooling components. With its unprecedented space for high-end hardware and liquid cooling expansion, the Core X31 supports the latest ATX, Micro ATX, Mini-ITX motherboards, and all high-end GPU cards. Moreover, the Core X31’s integrated power cover helps tidy the entire bottom area by allowing users to easily organize unused cables, and in return provide the maximum interior space needed for advance cooling performance or liquid system build.”

AS you can see from the specifications, the X31 isn’t too big, but it’s certainly capable in terms of hardware support. Aside from the general capabilities, it also comes equipped with two pre-installed 120mm fans, although it certainly has room for a lot more.

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