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[Tweaktown] Thermaltake shows off new products for 2014 at CES

post #1 of 22
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"The new Core V71 chassis is one of the cleanest PC chassis I have seen at CES this year, and is definitely an excellent choice for anyone wanting to build a rig destined to be heavily liquid cooled, or anyone needing a large amount of storage such as a server, or gaming box."

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Didn't see this in any searches on here. The V71 is all anyone will really be concerned about. It will probably be priced too high since the "little brother" is already at almost $200

Yea, I know what it looks like...rolleyes.gif
post #2 of 22
The out of the box customization of this case puts the other mass-market mnfrs to shame. Finally, someone other than caselabs gives you the option of only using what ODD bays you want without needing to drill out rivets. Corsair should take note of this feature.
post #3 of 22
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not too sure how I feel about the mesh from front to back like that... Mac pro-ish but cheaply done. Maybe its just me
post #4 of 22
Nothing special about this case at all!
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Intel 750 NVMe Samsung EVO EK 240 Predator Windows 10 64 Bit 
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post #5 of 22
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No, definitely wouldn't call this case special by any means. If it were decently priced, it does fit a lot of needs though but like I said, I think they're going to price themselves right out of competition. In the $200+ range there are far more superior cases. Hell, at 150 there are better cases.
post #6 of 22
Does look like a nice case actually, but it would only be entertaining at sub $200 range, I consider any cases breaking past $200 to be premium or requiring premium features. This isn't quite there.
post #7 of 22
I would find it hard to believe enthusiasts buy ThermalTake...
ThermalTake can't lose that "looks over efficiency" stamp they got from me from the Dragon-Orb days.
post #8 of 22
The cases aren't bad at all. But, they have very put-together looks and the glossiness of the plastic they use is not attractive.
post #9 of 22
I like it though i wish the mesh holes would be a little smaller.
post #10 of 22
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Im starting to like it the more i see it but still not sure....
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