Conclusion: We wouldn’t mind having the Chaser MK-1 for our next build, particularly for the convenient hard drive dock on top. Any feature that allows us to free up desk space is welcome, to our eyes.
Pros: Detailed, elaborate mesh design, Built-in dock for 2.5- and 3.5-inch hard drives, Rotating feet for stability, Tons of air-cooling potential, Garish lighting you can customize or turn off
Cons: Polarizing mech-inspired design, Wobbly-feeling power button, Some screws were pre-tightened by a Greek god
Excerpt: Sitting mean and green (or red, or blue, depending on your fan LED settings), the Thermaltake Chaser MK-1 combines striking looks with state-of-the-art features, all bundled into an affordable $160 package.
Pros: Very spacious; classy color accents; custom fan/lighting controls.
Cons: Why use any LED color other than blue? Flimsy side panels.
Summary: There is no doubt the Chaser MK-I is an oversize full tower design. What is more surprising is that it still maintains the style and features of a good enthusiast case. The addition of the BlacX hard drive bay is an attractive feature for those of us with extra drives lying around (or simple tech...
Pros: BlacX Capability is a Nice Touch, Eight Expansion Slots, Colorshift Fans with Built-in Controller, Spacious Interior, Great Cooling With lots of Options
Cons: Large case means bulky to move around, Only comes in black and blue