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Thermaltake Unveils the Urban T21 and Urban T31 Mid-Tower Cases

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    As one leading brand in the computer chassis, thermal solution, and power supply unit. Thermaltake recently reveals Urban T21 and Urban T31 (windowed/non-window) mainstream mid-tower, two new members of Thermaltake latest chassis series - Urban Series. The entire series has a sophisticated and cutting-edge look; designed for users who look for powerful performance and high expandability but with a more simple and sophisticated look.

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    Urban T21-A unique individual defined by details

    Flawless Design

    Urban T21 built with metal brushed front door panel to mask the extrusive drive devices ( 3 ODD and 6 HDD drive bays), not only unify the appearance, but also provide a simple yet elegant aesthetic; the sophisticated look can also be part of decoration at home to enhance living quality. The Front-top panel has implemented two of latest data transfer SuperSpeed USB 3.0, a HD microphone and headset jacks, to grand direct access when needed, and a side window opening panel to take an instant glance of the interior.

    Advanced Ventilation & Innovation
    There are two preinstalled 120 mm fans to optimize system ventilation in Urban S21. Plus pre-mounted hole for more ventilation options, users still can build up system ventilation by their preference. The latest tool-less innovation with 5.25" & 3.5" tool-free drive bay design minimized the hassles of installing ODD and HDD devices.

    Maximize Expandability
    Pre-mounting holes enable user to support motherboards up to standard ATX and CPU cooler installation, the extra long graphic card as well as rubber grommet holes for Advanced Cable Management and Liquid Cooling System.

    Thermaltake Urban T21 suggested price: USD 69

    For more details on the Thermaltake Urban T21 information please visit: http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00002141

    Urban T31-The simple yet elegant PC enclosure

    Stylish Design

    Urban T31 (window/non-window) is built with brushed aluminum finish and steel mesh front door panel to mask the extrusive drive devices ( 3 ODD and 6 HDD drive bays), not only unify the appearance, but also provide a simple yet elegant aesthetic appeal; the sophisticated look also can be used to match other sleek design found in your home theatre installation. The non-window version comes with extreme silent performance. The preinstalled sound-damping foams for extreme silence purpose on both side panels of Urban T31 reduce noise and acoustic levels within the chassis.

    Easy Installation
    The perforated front-top panel has implemented two of latest data transfer devices with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports along with two USB 2.0 ports, a HD microphone and headset jacks, to grand direct access when needed. Top-mounted 2.5" or 3.5"HDD Docking Station enables blazing fast file transfer and effortless hot-swap drive replacement design for easy setup or removal of storage or backup media.

    Advanced Ventilation & Innovation
    There are two preinstalled 120 mm fans to optimize system ventilation in Urban S31. Plus pre-mounted holes for more ventilation options, allowing users to build up system ventilation to their preference. The latest tool-less innovation with 5.25" & 3.5" tool-free drive bay design minimizes the hassles of installing ODD, HDD and other bay mount devices.

    Maximize Expandability
    Pre-mounting holes enable users to support motherboards up to standard ATX and a rear CPU cutout in the motherboard try to assist with cooler installation and even extra space for extra long graphic card as well. Rubber grommet holes are inched to ensure cables can be tucked away for effortless cable management along with liquid cooling tube routing.

    Thermaltake Urban T31 suggested price: USD 89

    For more details on the Thermaltake Urban T31 information please visit: http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00002142

    Thermaltake Urban T31 (Window) suggested price: USD 99

    For more details on the Thermaltake Urban T31 (Window) information please visit: http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00002143
     
  2. DF is BUSY

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    i think i prefer the non windowed version, much cleaner
     
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    Not a traditional TT fan since I last had one of their cases (Soprano) and I thought they were always a bit plasticky and cheap, though this looks very nice, windowed version for me :D
     
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    Sad part is 155mm cpu cooler support, budget case and you can't even put a decent air cooler in it.
     
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    I have the S31, same internals different top front and front. Who needs air cooling? I have a 280 top 240 mid and 120 rear rads, 8 drives, 6 cores 8 DIMMS and two GPUS :)
    I would however not recommended this case. It's cramped, there's no room behind the tray the hdd sleds little nubs break easy, same with the front door, the fit and finish is bad. But if you like the styling you'll have to live with an overpriced under featured case.
    A really good example is the top bottom and front fans require special screws and while there's space for 5 fans there's only screws for 3,I hope the T31 fixes this major flaw.
     
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    If I had money for all that I wouldn't even consider budget case like this, but as it stands, it needs atleast 160mm cooler support.
     
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    .....love the clean mature look.....thanks Corsair for shifting the chassis world
     
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    That's been done plenty before, it's only when Corsair did it, coupled with the vast numbers of Corsair fanboys that sales started slightly dictating design directions.
     
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    There is a difference between Making a good product(setting a standard which others duplicate) and making a Successful one(people buy it, your name is known for it) . I own no Corsair cases...yet recognize their SUCCESSFUL execution of said design which results in sales....you know what businesses are in business for. Thermaltake is smart to follow suit. And while others such as Lian li might make make a superior product, Corsair prices and market penetration get them the recognition from the masses. We had tablets way before the Ipad.... apple made it successful. Nexus, Asus, lenovo followed suit and profited as well. Apple still gets the credit. Anyway Great looking case, keep it up Tt.
     
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    But I didn't have money for all of that. It's all secondhand, and because I spent less overall I could jam more in :D

    I never liked tower coolers anyway, I have a C12P and AXP140RT here as spare.

    Really? I thought you would thank Cooler Master for introducing consumers to full aluminium cases with classy understated looks (well before Lian Li).
     
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    looks nice but i dont like too much plastic on front and upper part
     

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