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post #21 of 133 (permalink) Old 11-25-2014, 06:15 AM
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main question is price, if its as affordable as the MITX counter part and the spare panels are easily obtainable then it its definitely on my consideration list

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main question is price, if its as affordable as the MITX counter part and the spare panels are easily obtainable then it its definitely on my consideration list

Only seeing window side panel but I think this is priced somewhere around $70 or so.
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While this is a larger micro atx case, I have to wonder if this was designed to compete directly with the Air 540.
According to the specs the V21 is probably overall 20% smaller with more cooling options over the 540.

V21
1 x 200mm
4 x 120mm
1 x 140mm
2 x 120mm
2 x 140mm

vs

Air 540
3 x 120mm
3 x 140mm

Pricing appears to be much cheaper too. Have to give it to Thermaltake lately the case releases have been really good. I cannot wait for somebody to review this item so i can learn about its build quality.

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....I feel dirty....this is the first time ever that I actually liked a Thermaltake case...like...I might actually want to buy that
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i would definitely like to try one if given the opportunity to review it for free. otherwise if its cheap enough i might just move my x58 platform out of my SG03 to something quieter but im rather height restricted to the maximum height of the SG03 as that is how tall my book shelf is

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....I feel dirty....this is the first time ever that I actually liked a Thermaltake case...like...I might actually want to buy that

True, there new line of cases are very interesting indeed.
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While i would like to try it im currently have a regular atx for my base. Obviously this case would involve changing motherboards. This cost + case would be kind a wrench in me testing it out. Definitely hope that Thermaltake can get this case to Linus or one of the other pc product reviewers.

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....I feel dirty....this is the first time ever that I actually liked a Thermaltake case...like...I might actually want to buy that

this, god I cant stand the rounded front however, looks absolutely terrible.

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