I'd like to thank Thermaltake for supplying the Chaser MK-1 case for this review.
We have taken a look at many enclosures from Thermaltake in the past and this time around we have received the Chaser MK-1 chassis. In recent years Thermaltake has offered elaborately designed enclosures, which did not seem quite the sturdiest and - while the quality was always alright - never really impressing with what is possible. The Chaser MK-1 aims to change that and we are here to give this chassis a spin to see if Thermaltake has managed to iron out any shortcomings.
|Thermaltake Chaser MK-1|
|Drive Bays||(x4) 5.25", (x6) 3.5"/2.5" Drive Caddies|
|Form Factor||ATX, Micro ATX|
|Case Fans||Front (Intake) : 200 x 200 x 30 mm Colorshift fan x 1 (600~800rpm,13~15dBA) or120 x 120 x 25 mm x 2 (optional)Rear (Exhaust) : 140 x 140 x 25 mm TurboFan, 1000rpm, 16dBA or120 x 120 x 25 mm x 1 (optional)Top (Exhaust) :200 x 200 x 30 mm Colorshift fan x 1 (600~800rpm, 13~15dBA);200 x 200 x 30 mm x 1 (optional) or 140 x 140 x 25 mm x 2 (optional) or 120 x 120 x 25 mm x 2 (optional)Bottom (Intake) :120 x 120 x 25 mm x 1 (optional)Side (Intake) :200 x 200 x 30 mm x 1 (optional)|
|Dimensions||567.9 x 237.0 x 581.6 mm (22.4 x 9.3 x 22.9 inch)|
|Weight||11.6 kg / 25.6 lb|
|Switches||Power / Reset / Fan High / Fan Low / Lighting toggle switch|
|I/O||(x2) USB 3.0, (2x) USB 2.0 (x1) eSATA, (x1) Headphone, (x1) MIC|