Thermal take Core x71 Large Gaming PC Case with Window
ThermalTake Core X71 Full Tower Computer Chassis, Mini ITX, ATX/MicroATX, Windowed, USB 3.0, Black
With its groundbreaking interior design, the Core X71 delivers a streamlined experience that makes it easier for PC makers and hobbyists to put together high-end systems. Offering full assembly capacity and expandability for enthusiasts to create massive liquid cooling systems, the Core X71 provides more interior space for custom cooling components with adjustable installation of HDD cage. The Core X71 delivers the best viewing presentation with an enlarged side panel window. Moreover, Core X71 is the first chamber concept full tower chassis which provides the maximum interior space for advanced cooling performance or liquid systems build.
Dual- Chamber Design
Optimized for space management, the Core X71 is divided into two main chambers: the upper chamber for cooling performance and better efficiency, and the lower one for PSU and the addition of case fans, radiators, and HDD cage. The removable 2.5”/3.5” drive device racks give assemblers plenty of flexibility to gain the maximum interior space needed for advanced cooling performance or liquid systems build.
Fully Modular Concept
A “2 + 5” drive bay design for storage devices makes setting up the latest storage solution super easy and flexible. Besides hanging 3 x 3.5”/2.5” at the back of motherboard tray, users are capable of freely adjusting the 3.5” hard-drive cage within the upper chamber or to the lower chamber to suit their particular needs.
Designed for high-end gaming system compatibility, the Core X71’s modular drive racks allow gamers to easily install up to seven data storage devices, a dual expansion slot VGA of up to 420mm in length, and a tower CPU cooler as high as 180mm. Even with a high-wattage PSU stretching to 220mm in length, it still leaves plenty of space for cable management. Moreover, a 480mm radiator can be installed at front of the chassis, delivering superior cooling performance.
High-End Complete Solution
Featuring a width of 250mm, the Core X71’s unparalleled cooling ability offers fan brackets with various mounting points to support any type of gaming system that can be accommodated, including DIY/AIO liquid-cooling systems and air-cooling units. Two Riing 140mm fans are pre-installed on the front side; a rear 140mm fan guarantees proper ventilation. In the lower chamber of the chassis, each side can support radiators up to 360mm and multiple case fans. Features • Connection: Top- front I/O ports with 2x USB 3.0 and 2x USB 2.0
• Ventilation: 3 preinstalled 140mm fans with removable filters.
• Expansion: 2 + 5 drive bays with modular drive racks design.
• Support: LCS & Advance Cable Management.
• Style: Gaming
• Size: Full Tower supports up to ATX MB
• Material: Steel & Plastic
|Case Edition||Core X71|
|Case Form Factor||Full Tower|
|Motherboard Form Factor||
|Front/ Side/ Top Panel||
|Fans Included||3 x 140mm|
|Front Radiator Compatibility||1 x 420/480mm|
|Top Radiator Compatibility||1 x 280/360mm|
|Bottom Radiator Compatibility||1 x 120/140mm|
|Rear Radiator Compatibility||1 x 120/140mm|
|Side Radiator Compatibility||1 x 280/360mm|
|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||677 x 250 x 511 (WxHxD mm)|
|Weight||12 kg (Approx)|
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