Conclusion: Starting off with the more negative points we have a case which feels a little flimsy, yes it is lightweight but at the same time it also bends under minimal pressure and won't take bumps and bashes well. Inside the case is reasonably spacious however it is very much in need of more space behind the motherboard tray for wiring, a little more at the top for an 8-pin cable hole and extra fan space, moving the PSU dust filter to external (you have to remove the PSU to clean...
Conclusion: The V3 Black Edition is a lightweight case, one of the lightest out there I would think, I was very surprised by how light it is. It does seem well made, and I like the fact that it is painted black inside. It’s not a bad case if you have the right fit components, but even then you’ll find yourself fighting a bit with things as it’s a bit of a cramped case, especially around the CPU area. It’s a nice basic, low-end or low priced case.
Conclusion: Reviewing a case in terms of performance is difficult; it's hard to say when once case is better than another, except for features. The Thermaltake V3 Black Edition case comes with only one 120mm fan, but allows expansion for up to four. This isn't really ideal, as this does not produce enough airflow throughout the entire case. I really would have liked to see at least one other 120mm fan included.
Pros: Sleek black interior / exterior, Easy access to install CPU heatsink, PSU dust protector, Lightweight, Great value, Watercooling capable
Cons: Only one fan included, Difficult cable management, Flimsy material, Only 1 tool-less adapter per each drive type