Thermaltake Urban S71 Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 10 years ago
The chassis features a matt / powerder black pain job on the exterior with similar style matching black plastics for the trim. The side panel features a large clear perspex window that gives a great view of the chassis interior too, or it would if there was anything in there to see, but this should look better in the build section.
The right side panel features a large recess section that will allow a lot of extra room behind the motherboard for cable management, but it gives a little style to this panel rather than just having it flat.
The top features a large ventilated section, perfect for any top mounting cooling such as fans and radiators.
The front panel features a very monolythic style door, with a subtle Tt logo in the bottom right and that main I/O panel at the top.
It’s pretty well equipped with a HDD SATA dock, built in two channel fan controller, 2 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.0 and the usual headset, microphone, power and reset controls.
The front panel door can be easily clipped off, but also opens on a hinge to reveal four 5.25″ bays with covers which can be removed from the front.
The lower half features a large ventilation panel and a clip on dust filter for easy maintainance of the included 200mm air intake fan.
Around the back we have a slide out dust filter in the top of the chassis, a pre-installed 120mm exhaust fan, 8 well ventilated expansion slot covers, two water / cable routing cut-outs with rubber grommets and a bottom mounted PSU area.
The under side features yet another slide out dust filter (that’s three in total now), there are also four huge moulted feet that provide great ground clearance, each fitted with durable and grippy rubber.