Tuesday, October 9th 2018

Thermaltake Unveils View 21 TG RGB Plus and View 71 TG RGB Plus Chassis

Thermaltake, a leading premium gaming tower manufacturer, announced the immediate availability of the Thermaltake View 21 TG RGB Plus Edition Mid Tower Chassis and View 71 TG RGB Plus Edition Full Tower Chassis. Both chassis belong to the TT Premium product line and are also TT RGB Plus Ecosystem products.

The TT RGB Plus Ecosystem is an intelligent lighting system for PCs that combines the most advanced addressable LED lighting with Thermaltake's patented TT RGB PLUS Software, Razor Chroma, and Amazon Alexa Voice Service. The View 21 TG RGB Plus features three 120mm Pure Plus 12 RGB front fans, one 120mm Pure Plus 12 RGB rear fan with removable filters, and a full-length PSU cover for outstanding ventilation. The chassis offers excellent cable management with its maximum 50mm width, and supports a tower CPU cooler with a maximum height of 160mm, and a dual expansion slot VGA of up to 410mm in length without HDD rack. Furthermore, the chassis has the ability to accommodate multiple 3.5"/2.5" storage devices at the same time.
The View 71 TG RGB Plus features three 120mm Riing Plus 12 RGB front fans and one 120mm Riing Plus 12 RGB rear fan for outstanding ventilation, and its seven drive trays with modular drive racks deliver advanced storage capacity and liquid cooling expansion. This elegantly designed piece utilizes swing-out side panels and is enclosed with four 5mm tempered glass windows for users to completely demonstrate their DIY handiwork.
Sources: TT View 21, TT View 71
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5 Comments on Thermaltake Unveils View 21 TG RGB Plus and View 71 TG RGB Plus Chassis

#1
bonehead123
Yawnfest....

Ok I guess if you want an xmas tree for your next PC case......but nice to see they included some good quality fans....

No mention of the front panel I/O though....
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#2
sepheronx
bonehead123, post: 3919338, member: 139670"
Yawnfest....

Ok I guess if you want an xmas tree for your next PC case......but nice to see they included some good quality fans....

No mention of the front panel I/O though....
Well, Christmas is coming up.
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Liquid Cool
I'd say it was about 2008 when I changed from liking flashy lights etc...to appreciating a pc that's simple and understated. With that said...I just purchased an RGB AIO cooler from Thermaltake for my pc. The price was about the same as the non RGB coolers and my Thermaltake P1 looked absolutely empty without something on the right side of the case.

I'm not up with what is the latest and greatest trend, but I have been around pc's for a long time and know Thermaltake well. Their cases have gotten a helluva lot better looking over the last few years. I can remember when I was purchasing their Volcano 11+ coolers with a Tt duct and tickled pink...and I can also remember looking at their cases and not knowing what to think. I think that lasted for a decade...:). Again though....as of late...everything I've seen from them gets a pass from me. Appearance wise. Maybe a little too much lighting for some...but the designs seem decent enough.

Lian Li should hire their designer. Since my original purchase of their V1000 and the V2100 back in 2005/2006...it's been a slippery slope. I've been in pain the whole way. I loved their cases...but the metal(and their original ideas) just kept getting thinner....and thinner....and thinner....and, well you get the idea.

tl;dr: I like Thermaltake.

Since I mentioned RGB in another thread this morning, I'll post this picture here from my archives circa 2003. This was my first rendition of CCFL RGB. Please note the small metal plaque in the top right corner of the window and the Volcano 11+ with Duct.



:),

Liquid Cool
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#5
lynx29
shame curved glass wouldn't be easier to produce, i really loved that one model they had, that has a full acrylic top and side panel all seamless, nothing getting in the way of the view. would be gorgeous in a dark tinted curved glass format.
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