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Thermaltake Core V71

Great Deal: $177.99

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Techware Labs
22 October 2014
  • Excerpt: As the core components (CPU, GPU, RAM, etc) continue to get more extreme their demand on the supporting components (PSU, cooler, case, etc) grows significantly. We need more power with better efficiency, more cooling capacity with less noise, and more space with better aesthetics. As far as cases go, nobody wants to put their $2000 gaming rig in a beige box with a couple fans in it. They want sleek design, stunning looks, incredible air flow, and more features.
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Thermaltake Core V71 Full Tower Chassis Review

3 July 2014
  • Conclusion: Thermaltake have once again gone all out with their latest chassis; component support is incredibly high in the Core V71 and for those looking to invest in a high-end gaming rig, the cavernous interior is going make easy work of any high-end graphics cards, motherboards and more. The biggest factor is of course the cooling support, with extreme performance graphics cards and CPUs requiring significant air flow to help keep them cool, the more fan and radiator mounts you...
  • Pros: Extensive cooling support, Four high-quality fans pre-installed, Fully modular and removable hard drive bays, Rear hard drive mounts that support both 2.5″ and 3.5″ drives, Four large washable dust filters, Highly competitive price tag, Durable build quality, Large side panel window
  • Cons: None
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Thermaltake Core V71 Full Tower Chassis Review

26 May 2014
  • Summary: The Thermaltake Core V71 seems to have all the features a builder could ask for in a full tower, not to mention that it’s very easy on the eyes. Last check at Newegg shows the chassis selling for $149.99 which is an excellent price for a full tower with this many features. With Thermaltake adding the front I/O panel located top right and the fan controller panel top left , it makes things easy to reach and we like that Thermaltake gave us the option to turn the fan LEDs...
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Thermaltake Core V71 Full Tower Review

19 March 2014
  • Conclusion: Many PC Case manufacturers started off in the late 90's but the fact that Thermaltake is not only still alive and kicking after all this time but it has also one of the largest shares in the market can't be a fluke and the funny thing is that you just need to take a look at our review of the Core V71 to see why that is.
  • Pros: - Build Quality, - Design, - Superior Airflow Right from the Factory (3x200mm/1x140mm Fans), - Maximum Airflow Levels (4x200mm/3x120mm Fans), - Room Up To 3 Radiators (2x240/360/420mm - 1x240mm), - Fully Removable Drive Cages, - Vertical Drive Spots, - Price (For Some)
  • Cons: - Only Two 5.25" Bays
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Thermaltake Core V71

27 June 2014
  • Summary: Das Thermaltake Core V71 Gehäuse wirkt auf den ersten Blick nicht besonders, kann aber durch seine inneren Werte überzeugen. Die Verarbeitungsqualität ist ebenfalls gut. Allerdings wird die Stabilität auch durch ein ordentliches Gewicht erkauft. Ausgelegt ist das Gehäuse auf eine starke Luft- oder Wasserkühlung und bietet daher Platz für viele und große Lüfter oder Radiatoren.
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