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The new Core V1 Snow is a small and cute ITX based chassis with a 200mm fan in the front panel. Smart interchangeable side panels allow users to flip it accordingly to showcase either for superior liquid cooling or superb airflow, which allows you to make your own personal setup. You not only grant to have a really powerful mini system, it also has the ability to house various overclocking components to keep it really cool! Features
Tt LCS Certified is a Thermaltake exclusive certification applied to only products that pass the design and hardcore enthusiasts standards that a true LCS chassis should be held to. The Tt LCS certification was created so that we at Thermaltake can designate to all power users which chassis have been tested to be best compatible with extreme liquid cooling configurations to ensure you get the best performance from the best features and fitment.
Chambers Concept Core V1 Snow has divided into two main chambers: the upper chamber is made for cooling performance and efficiency, and the lower chamber is made for PSU and cable management. With the aid of the removable 2.5”/3.5” drive device racks, users can enjoy to the freedom of gain the maximum interior space for advance cooling performance or liquid system build.
Advanced Ventilation With a promising cooling ability, Core V1 Snow has various mounting points to supports all types of cooling systems that includes DIY/AIO liquid cooling systems and air cooling units. A large 200mm fan is preinstalled in the front, along with two optional 80mm turbo fans at the rear, guarantee to hold up any type of gaming system.
Interchangeable Side Panel Symmetrical panels allow users to build the system with personality. Play around the panels accordingly for either the best viewing presentation or cooling performance. A removable PSU dust filter and adjustable shockproof rubbers is built with the bottom panel of the chassis to prolong the PSU usage.
Handy I/O Ports Design with convenience and cleanness in mind, Core V1 Snow has built in dual USB 3.0 and HD audio connectors together with the Power and Reset Button on the side of front panel, which not only keep the panel clean and simple, it also grants a direct and easy access for external devices.
Great Expansion in Compact Size Core V1 Snow is designed with high-end gaming system compatibility, gamers can easily install up to 4 data storage devices with the modular drive racks, a dual expansion slot VGA with the length up to 260mm, a tower CPU cooler with height up to 140mm, together with a high wattage PSU of length up to 180mm, and still offers a 80mm cable management space.
Case Form Factor
Motherboard Form Factor
Front/ Side/ Top Panel
1 x Headphone
1 x Mic In
2 x USB 3.0
2 x 2.5" Internal
2 x 3.5" Internal
1 x 120/140/200mm
2 x 80mm
1 x 200mm
Front Radiator Compatibility
Top Radiator Compatibility
Bottom Radiator Compatibility
Rear Radiator Compatibility
Side Radiator Compatibility
Power Supply Form Factor
Max PSU Length
Max CPU Cooler Height
Max VGA Card Length
260 x 276 x 316 (WxHxD mm)
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The modern PC is potentially a mass of heat output and heat production hot spots. With CPUs rated at more than 100W of heat output, single graphics boards carrying similar ratings (and people want to run two!), multiple hard drives the norm, lots of memory and mainboards covered in heatpipes to combat toasty core logic and PWM circuits, a PC appreciably warming up a room when it’s working hard is no joke.
Thermaltake Core V1 White Snow Edition Mini-ITX Cube Case with Window, 1x 200mm Fan Included, USB 3.0, w/o PSU is rated
5.0 out of
Rated 5 out of
A fantastic case for little money.The "Thermaltake Core V1 White Snow Edition Mini-ITX Cube Case with Window" is a fantastic Mini-ITX case to build a very powerful compact PC, all in a very small space.
My only gripes would be:
1) No dust filters either magnetic or fixed on the side panels.
2) Due too case depth you are restricted on GPU length. May-be not a problem if HBM becomes the norm in GPU memory.
3) Could of made it a little taller by about 2cm too accommodate a 120mm AIO hydro coolers better, and ATX and SFX psu . I would recommend to use a SFX psu with this case, but the ATX adapter bracket would not fit due too the close proximity of the bottom case panel. Had to use a bit of hack-.sawing on the adapter bracket, to make it fit.
You can't go wrong with this case if you want a small good-looking, and possibly powerful PC build.
Date published: 2016-12-24
Rated 5 out of
Compact but perfectly formedAll of the sides are interchangeable, and the front comes off for easy installation. The 200mm fan on the front does wonders for the cooling, and you can also fit a 140mm radiator behind the 200mm fan for water cooled setups.
Watch the length on your graphics cards, the max isn't long enough for all of them!
Well recommended compact case, looks great on top of or underneath the desk, and the bottom PSU section is great for cable management.
Date published: 2016-03-22
Rated 5 out of
Good case, with some caveatsSWMBO chose white desks for the new office, so in my upgrade I went for this White case. This wasn't my first choice but it's a reasonable case in White for an average gaming PC.
There's no optical drive slot, bear this in mind if you still use them.
What you do get is a white cube with good airflow (a 200mm front fan was included, the vent and window sides can be swapped for flexibility) which can take some of the longer graphics cards.
Installing an Asus Z170i Pro Gaming motherboard was pretty straightforward, with every panel off it's an easy case to work in.
My graphics card was a fairly lengthy 275mm Radeon R290X, which eventually fit but had to be threaded through a hole in the front of the chassis with the front casing removed. A little fiddly but to be honest, I was surprised that a case so small could fit this graphics card. Overheats are rare, specifically because I used the vent panel on the side so the card is pulling cool air in from outside the case.
The power supply went in next with plenty of room - this case should be able to take some of the longer, higher-wattage PSUs, as there was plenty of extra space in front of the PSU. The bottom of the case also detaches, making the lower-mounted PSU installation a breeze.
About the only issue I encountered was with the hard drive cages. Each cage fits a 2.5 inch and a 3.5 inch drive, but the actual cages are very flimsy and struggle to snap in and out without bending. This is just about the only part of the case that feels "cheap". They get enough airflow though, even though they are well off to the side of the fan they run fairly cool.
Once everything was installed, along with two 3.5 inch drives and one 2.5 inch drive, I'd say there was still some room for an exotic cooling solution at the front of the case, or space for some more hard drives if required, but I decided to stick with the three drives and a stock Intel cooler for now. Its nice to know there's room to upgrade if required though.
All in all, I'm happy with my new PC and expect it to last a long time in the configuration I've selected.