Core X31 Thermaltake Tempered Glass Edition Gaming PC Case
The Core X31 Tempered Glass Edition mid tower features a durable 4mm thick tempered glass window, riser GPU support bracket with optional PCI-e riser cable, two preinstalled 140mm Riing Blue fans, and it outstanding cooling performance. With its unprecedented space for high-end configurations and liquid cooling expansion, the Core X31 supports the latest PC hardware, and all high-end GPU cards. The Core X31 is an ideal choice for those who are looking for a space-saving chassis with excellent expandability and superior ventilation!
Features 4mm Thick Tempered Glass Window with Gorgeous View
The tempered glass features 4mm thickness that guarantees the durability of the window. Moreover, the enlarged window design permits users to fully display and admire all components of the liquid-cooling system. Show off your dedicated set in the subtlest manner!
Fully Modular Concept
The fully modular drive cages minimize the hassles of installation and removal. Especially, the Core X31 utilizes a tool-less drive bay design that allows users to freely interchange the 3.5” and 2.5” hard-drives to suit their particular needs. The dual drive bay concept of “2+3” offers a good ratio for accessories and storage devices.
*Note: Suggested VGA thickness up to 50mm(2.5 -slot reference card standard) with 7mm space for ventilation.
Riser GPU Support Bracket
Specially designed with dual GPU placement, the Core X31 has the support for vertical graphic card layout with dual PCI-E slots design. The PCI-e riser cable is optional. Plus, the included riser GPU support bracket not only can prevent the graphic card from sagging, but also helps to reduce the weight on the motherboard.
The Core X31 supports motherboards up to standard ATX, a tower CPU cooler with maximum height 180mm, and a dual expansion slot VGA of up to 420mm in length without HDD rack. The Core X31 still leaves plenty of interior space for cable management even after installing a high-wattage PSU with 220mm in length without bottom fan. Moreover, with the tool-free design, users can easily mount up to three 3.5”/2.5” (with HDD cage) and two 5.25” storage devices into the build at the same time.
Featuring a width of 250mm, the Core X31 enables users to build a complete high-end system that supports up to triple 120mm, double 140mm liquid cooling radiators or up to 200mm case fans. Additionally, to improve system ventilation, the Core X31 comes with two 140mm Riing Blue fans. One is at the front. Another is installed at the rear.
Patented Riing 14 LED Blue – A 140mm patented blue LED Ring radiator fan with high-static pressure design.
|Case Edition||Core X31 TG Edition|
|Case Form Factor||Full Tower|
|Motherboard Form Factor||
|Material||SPCC / Tempered Glass|
|Front/ Side/ Top Panel||
|Fans Included||2 x 140mm w/ Blue LEDs|
|Front Radiator Compatibility||1 x 280/360mm|
|Top Radiator Compatibility||1 x 280/360mm|
|Bottom Radiator Compatibility||1 x 120/140mm|
|Rear Radiator Compatibility||1 x 120/140mm|
|Side Radiator Compatibility|
|Power Supply Form Factor||ATX|
|Max PSU Length||180/220 mm|
|Max CPU Cooler Height||180 mm|
|Max VGA Card Length||278/420 mm|
|Dimensions||497 x 250 x 511 (WxHxD mm)|
|Weight||8.8 kg (Approx)|
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