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Thermaltake Chaser A21- Ultimate E-Sport Design Gaming Case

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  1. Sin

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    Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solution, and power supply unit today launched another new member in Chaser Series- Chaser A21 mid-tower gaming chassis. Ever since the introduction of Chaser A31, A41 and A71, Chaser A21 gaming case, continues Thermaltake Chaser spirit designing concept for gamers and enthusiasts which combines maximum performance, cooling and compatibility within a mid-tower package.

    With the black metal meshed highlighted with blue fluorescence stripes on the front panel, Chaser A21 has continued the e-sports appearance and outstanding protection designs inspired by the major motion picture Tron which helps characterize its originality. The transparent window on the side panel provides a fresh look into the breathtaking high performance PC build inside. Since gaming hardware produces a lot of heat, this enclosure contains one 120mm blue LED rear fan for an optimized cooling solution offering extreme airflow and a touch of style and brilliance.

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    Along with innovative 5.25" & 3.5" tool-free drive bay design in order to minimize the hassles of installing ODD, HDD and SSD devices, Chaser A21 makes installation more handy with less effort. The Advanced Cable Management is designed for easy cable routing and hiding cables behind the motherboard tray, to ensure smoothness of the build and easy maintenance or upgrades, reducing wiring tangles, as well as better airflow and even preventing dust buildup.

    Chaser A21 enables user to build up a complete high-end solution with a 240mm radiator liquid cooling system and extra long graphic card with ease which helps to protect user's hardware and increase the CPU's overclocking potential, most importantly while delivering outstanding performance and efficiency from within the case. For more details on the Thermaltake Chaser A21 please visit the official webpage.
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    Design reasonably well rounded standard PC case
    Add ugly front panel
    Add tiny window so the 12 year olds can see their processor on stock fan
    Slap esports name on it

    Profit.:pimp:
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    :D that lovely shade of baby blue is all the rage among the 12 year old now days
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    Price?
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    If ya' don't like the case, don't comment I swear you so called adults are more childish than the kids.
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    Looks like a common casing with common "featured" airflows.

    If you don't like the comments, just read the news and not press the button "Comment" to view other people opinion.
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    Cases using this skeleton cost around 50-60$, e.g. Urban S21, Redline RL01. This might have a premium for baby blue and window.
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    Oh, I comment when I like or dislike the thing I comment ... that's the point of commenting. Your comment telling me when not to comment is ridiculous on so many levels.
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    Would appreciate if people stop commenting about comments, or we will end up having a thread full of comments about commenting and nothing about the topic. :toast:
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    This is far too much brain work for a $60 case that is not bad.
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    lol...sometimes though ppl need to just shut it though. because "you" don't like something don't ruin it for others who might like it.

    Not you RC but I'm just saying. Adults acting childish because some company built something that don't appeal to them is just plain silly.
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    It's not too bad an all, but tbh calling any case a gaming case or e case or whatever is a bit daft. If my case is a $5 market pos, and I game on my PC, is it not a gaming case?
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    Look at me. I'm commenting about comment commenting about comments commenting.

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    Back on topic, it is indeed the same skeleton used in Urban S21 and Redline RL01. Very little cable management. Meh.

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    It's not just a gaming case. It's a "Ultimate E-Sport Design Gaming Case" :laugh:
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    This looks similar to the Thermaltake V4 I bought several years ago. Hopefully it won't be as flimsy and cramped for space.
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    I actually have the urban it's exactly the same just geared towards a different crowd.

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