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Thermaltake Announces the Urban T81 Full Tower PC Case

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Thermaltake, being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units today officially releasing the new adoption of the Urban with the new Urban T81 -Thermaltake presents an update of its Urban line with the new Urban T81 - an elegant, high-impact design. Beautifully architectured, the T81 is engineered for one solid purpose: To provide enthusiasts with the ability to build the highest performing systems while retaining a simple, elegant, and commanding appearance. It is not merely a PC chassis; it is an exemplar of modernist design.

    Dual Swing Door Design
    Inspired by automotive "suicide doors" , the T81's novel door panels are an innovative and inspired design that sets it apart from any other chassis . Likewise, the front door panel's brushed aluminum finish masks extrusive drives and devices, producing a unified aesthetic of modern sophistication.

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    Fully Modular Concept
    A highly customizable 5.25" & 3.5" drive bay enables users to freely interchange the 3.5" hard-drive cages to suit one's need, or remove 5.25" & 3.5" drive bays to gain maximum interior space for maximum airflow or the addition of liquid cooling systems.

    Sleek I/O Port
    The sleek, brushed aluminum I/O port section provides two of the latest SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports, along with four USB 2.0 ports. The integrated fan hub and controller can easily manage the airflow of up to 10 fans at once. In addition, HD microphone and headset jacks are positioned for easy, direct access when needed.

    Supreme Air Cooling System
    Urban T81 is built to optimize airflow as part of its fundamental design. Triple 200 mm fans and a 140 mm fan come equipped. It is the first chassis in the market that has the ability to house 4x 200 mm fans, along with three more 120 mm fans - allowing unrivaled airflow to protect your valuable components.

    Extensive Liquid Cooling Support
    Urban T81 pushes the envelope by utilizing a high-end water cooling solutions. Featuring support for either front 360 mm/top 420 mm or front 420 mm/top 360 mm radiators, along with rear 120 mm and bottom 120/240 mm radiators, the Urban T81 is an ideal chassis for extreme performance systems.

    Extensive Liquid Cooling Support
    Urban T81 pushes the envelope and utilize high-end water cooling solution that feature with either front 360/top 420 mm, or front 420 mm/top 360 mm, along with rear 120 mm and bottom 120/240 mm radiators support for extreme performance.

    For more details on the Thermaltake Urban T81 information please visit: http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00002239
     
  2. ensabrenoir

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    ......I like :). But where is that mini itx version(sd1)....that i will buy in a heartbeat....
     
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  3. badtaylorx

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    yeah, this is actually the first Tt case i WANT to buy!!!
     
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    My thoughts exactly, even though recently I was gifted a TT Chaser series of case. But recently thermaltake has been releasing really good cases. Sadly Antec seems to have lost sense of designing cases.
     
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    what he said...
     
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    I am also interested on this case. It looks good and spacious. Also the handy modular drive cages and dual swing door are impressive. I guess it would be priced about the same as Urban S71? If so, the price will not be attractive enough, but still acceptable.
     
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    no front bay for optical drive of installing external fan controller like aerkool?
     
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    "Inspired by automotive “suicide doors” , the T81's novel door panels are an innovative and inspired design that sets it apart from any other chassis . Likewise, the front door panel's brushed aluminum finish masks extrusive drives and devices, producing a unified aesthetic of modern sophistication." So apparently there are at least 2 x 5.25 bays, hidden behind the front door.
     
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    this case is so damn sexy. it looks like my trooper is now getting old :oops:
    any info about price ?
     
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    Nice. :D
     
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    The only qualm I have with these companies proclaiming that their (new and improved) cases will house even the biggest radiators; is that not one of them will state on their website(s) the maximum thickness of said radiators, so we have to wait for a (competent) reviewer to tell us.

    Unfortunately; currently I've only seen 2 reviewers that will actually take out a ruler/ measuring tape to do this...ronsanut and ocd3dtv/ Tom Logan on You Tube.
     
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    This is all I can find for image that show a system in the T81.
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    Those look to be EKWB's PE series of radiators which are only 38 mm thick (or thin, depending on how one looks at things); which means that trying to install an EKWB XTX or XSPC RX series radiator might be a bit tight (as the XTX series are 64 mm thick , the XSPC RX series are 62 mm thick), making the build a wee bit more difficult.
     
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    [​IMG]

    Looks like you can install fans in the top section of the case, above the mounting holes. So if that is a 38mm EK rad, with 25mm thick fans, then you should be able to install a ~63mm thick rad, with a single set of fans above it.
     
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    Wow, secksy!! Any info about the price? And it has a lot of options for a WC loop/Kit :D
     
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    Price is about $170 US
     
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    Those fans look like the Thermaltake 200mm fans which are 30mm thick so using thicker fans is also possible. Unlike some other "Silent" cases on market, thermaltake has used mesh on top panel so if those fans are configured to pull air from outside the case they won't choke.
     
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    memoryexpress.com (here in Canada) have them priced at $209.99
     
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    That is high in Canada as usual.
     

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