Friday, February 8th 2013

Thermaltake Announces Chaser A31 Gaming PC Case

Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solution, and power supply unit today introduced the anticipating the new Thermaltake Chaser A31 gaming case designed for computer gamers and enthusiasts that deliver a combination of cooling, performance and expandability any full tower features within this ultra-mean case. It comes with three dynamic colors: Classy black, Snow white, and Thunder blue.

Chaser A31 has an e-sports appearance and outstanding protection designs that characterize a unique personality. Take a look at the side, the transparent windowed panel offers the best inner view for built system see through. Since gaming hardware produces a lot of heat, therefore this enclosure is built for maximum cool with a perforated front bezel with two 120 mm fans at front and rear.

Convenient Platform & Cable Management
What makes Chaser series more practical? The series is geared with up to four USB ports including two USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports which are located on front panel for faster data transfer and easy access. Besides, Chaser A31 comes with an user friendly tray on top for any portable devices like mobile, mp3player, digital camera that users have lying around. The Advanced Cable Management is designed for easy cable routing and hiding cables behind motherboard tray, to ensure smoothness for build and tinker (upgrade), reduce wiring tangled, as well as better airflow and dust management.

Spacious Interior
Furthermore, Chaser A31 enables user to build up a complete high-end solution with 240mm radiator liquid cooling system and extra long graphic card with ease which help to protect user's hardware and increase CPU's overclocking potential, most importantly delivers outstanding performance and efficiency from within the case.

The Chaser A31 is maximally customizable to fit user's needs; the modular design lets you modify the placement of the front fans and hard drive cages. Get ready to be envied at the next LAN party.
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19 Comments on Thermaltake Announces Chaser A31 Gaming PC Case

#1
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
As always, would look good without the window. I like the front.
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#2
micropage7
by: Frick
As always, would look good without the window. I like the front.
yeah it has good front


they should connect all cables then explain the airflow of this case
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#3
james888
Seems like the same airflow most cases have.
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#4
flemeister
by: Frick
As always, would look good without the window. I like the front.
I like it, mainly because it hasn't got any ugly perforations to spoil it. Just a nice clean looking window, and the rest of the case looks alright as well. :)
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#5
Jorge
A "gaming PC case" ? Really? What game do you play with your PC case, toss the PC case or drop the PC case or burn the PC case, or what game exactly?

Marketeers out to dupe the gullible... SOS, DD.
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#6
progste
by: Jorge
A "gaming PC case" ? Really? What game do you play with your PC case, toss the PC case or drop the PC case or burn the PC case, or what game exactly?

Marketeers out to dupe the gullible... SOS, DD.
Gaming pc Case = a casecapable of mounting gaming hardware
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#7
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
by: Frick
As always, would look good without the window. I like the front.
But I like windows :(
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#8
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
Im a little disappointed, all it is, is a redesigned TT Armour/Armour Revo case


Armour:


Armour Revo:
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#9
KrisC
Can someone enlighten me what exactly a gaming chassis is? Or is just a way to get people to buy them by attaching the word gaming to it?
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#10
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
by: KrisC
Or is just a way to get people to buy them by attaching the word gaming to it?
Pretty much.
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#11
micropage7
by: KrisC
Can someone enlighten me what exactly a gaming chassis is? Or is just a way to get people to buy them by attaching the word gaming to it?
actually it looks like marketing statement :D
gaming chasis is like case with sharp design or aggressive accent and they equipped with good airflow and has room for your hardware (like full size vga card)
its not like htpc that simple/minimalistic, some looks like dvd player and has limited room :toast:
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#12
NdMk2o1o
by: KrisC
Can someone enlighten me what exactly a gaming chassis is? Or is just a way to get people to buy them by attaching the word gaming to it?
Not just a beige/black plain box, has a window, LED's, screwless drives, fan controller, or just looks funky so to set itself apart etc etc the problem is 10 years ago there was a distinct difference between a bog standard PC case and a "gaming case" though now even budget cases have implemented a lot of the features and designs found on "gaming cases" and thus it's a bit of an outdated word, though I don't rate TT and to me they have gone downhill gradually over the years, they're now like the late 20's something dude trying to be down with the kids when we all know they're just not :cool:
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#13
terrastrife
Oh look, it's another CM 690II XD
Would've been nice if it had 8 expansion slots, otherwise, looks okay.
I don't know of any 'gaming' mid case that doesn't have provision for fans on the side.
It's been quite a long time since Tt made a case with decent set of features.
Personally rocking an Antec 300 with the side and top fan spots blocked off, and the front and rear populated with 900RPM Noctua P12, good enough to cool overclocked X6 and GTX480 SLI.
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#14
xkm1948
Looks like my old dependable Armor. :D
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#15
AsRock
TPU addict
by: FreedomEclipse
Im a little disappointed, all it is, is a redesigned TT Armour/Armour Revo case


Armour:
http://media.bestofmicro.com/4/B/315083/original/thermaltake_VH6000BWS_finished.jpg

Armour Revo:
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-i-GWx7nl0nA/UEV7oo2S5SI/AAAAAAAAHT8/SxqN4lCFlow/s1600/Thermaltake+ARMOR+REVO+GENE.jpg
I love to see them do the original TT Armor ( VA8000BWS ) but no plastic crap on it. It's the one thing that always bugged me about mine ( which i no longer use but then i don't use a case now so).

The original had a 120mm and a 90mm + a 3 bay drive area too. Then just be a bit different than anyone else do what they did with the original and mount the PSU sideways and actually make it so it can get air out from the side.

Thermaltake Armor Series VA8000BWS Black Aluminum ...
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#16
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I like their chassis especially the old ARMOR cases. Really like these new ones and love the Soprano that they redid and came out with.
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#17
[H]@RD5TUFF
Not the best looking case IMO, but not the worst by any stretch either.
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#18
xvi
Sometimes I can't stand press releases. What is an "e-sports appearance"? Electronic sports? Isn't that.. just.. laziness? And ignoring the grammatical errors, how is "best inner view for built system see through" a feature to boast about? It's a piece of acrylic attached to a metal door, not a piece of advanced Romulan technology.

The Computer Case market is a crowded one. I don't really see anything in this case that hasn't been done a number of times before.

I liked Thermaltake back in the Athlon XP days. I still have my Volcano 7+ and I'm even still using my Xaser II. The stuff they're doing these days though.. :shadedshu
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#19
Cataclysm_ZA
Did anyone else noticed that its possible to cram twenty-two 2.5" drives in there using 3.5" adapter brackets?
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