Friday, January 17th 2014

Thermaltake Announces Core V71 Chassis

Thermaltake, being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units today officially releasing new full-tower PC case - Thermaltake Core V71; the new of its kind concept for more versatility and adaptability to any configuration. The Core V71 full-tower E-ATX case gives PC enthusiast flexible installation and keeps the system cool. Users can modify for superior liquid cooling or superb airflow through seamless operation. This new chassis is the ultimate powerhouse suitable for any type of PC enthusiast - no matter liquid cooling or extreme airflow.

Engineered with the subtle curves, bold textures and clean lines, among many award winning case designs from Thermaltake, the Core V71 keeps it to include enthusiast level features while keeping the design simple. The massive mesh design maintains a constant stream of fresh air inside the case while keeping the hot air out. With integration of fan controller and LED indicator, which offering a perfect complement outside of the chassis.
Fully Modular Concept
A highly customizable 5.25" & 3.5" drive bay feature enables users to freely interchange the 3.5" hard-drive cages to suit one's need and removing the 5.25" & 3.5" drive bays to gain maximum interior space for advance cooling performance or liquid system build.

Tool-free Installation
Core V71 is build with exclusive back tray design allows user to assemble and expand easily and fast when all the drive cages have been removed. Time saving screw-less assembly with 5.25" & 3.5" tool-free drive bay design minimized the hassles of installing ODD and HDD devices for convenience and ease of accessibility

Supreme Air Cooling System
Core V71 is build with it fundamental airflow optimized design. Standard equipped with triple 200mm LED fans and a 140mm fan. It is the first in market that has the ability to house 4x 200mm fans along with three more 120mm fans by achieving unrivalled airflow in your chassis.

Extensive Liquid Cooling Support
Core V71 pushes the envelope and utilize high-end water cooling solution that feature with either front 360/top 420mm, or front 420mm/top 360mm, along with rear 120mm and bottom 120/240mm radiators support for extreme performance.

For more details on the Thermaltake Core V71 information please visit the product page.
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6 Comments on Thermaltake Announces Core V71 Chassis

Hey thermaltake, you make me think I am smart by putting hdd's in the same place I do for watercooling.
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Only 2 5.25inch drive bays,very good.
And that is sure a lot of air cooling packed into it.
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so how come I can see the fans through the chassis plastic on the last pic? and why does it show 2 fans through the top part of the chassis when there are actually 3 fans?? photoshop fail?
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Excellent solution for upgrading in the liquid-cooled PC. Cover is apparently so high that you can insert the 55mm cooling element and one of the few chess where the advantage of white space and insert 2 additional drive. I've been using such a solution and it is good to see that I am not the only one who insight into how to use the empty space.:)
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arterius2 said:
so how come I can see the fans through the chassis plastic on the last pic? and why does it show 2 fans through the top part of the chassis when there are actually 3 fans?? photoshop fail?
I think it's to give the prospective buyer an idea of what can fit in the case (two large fans or three medium-sized fans).

Still, they went for a more photogenic shot than a realistic one. I'd prefer to see a picture of all the cables connected.
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NICE! If you remove the HDD cage you only get 2 3.5/2.5inch options, but seriously has no one heard of external solution? If all your speed lies on the SSD(s) and you (like me) store music photo's etc on an external drive you never need more then 2. The example being a 3.5 w/ a cache SSD or 2 SSD's in RAID.
However if you need MORE storage, like I don't know 10TB's or you want a crazy SSD RAID array then the option is still their :rockout:
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