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Product Reviews

Thermaltake V3 Black Edition VL80001W2Z Black Computer Case With Side Panel Window
36%
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37%
Very Good
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Average
2%
Below Average
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Poor
Rating: 8.39/10
Killian
Rating:

Review Date: 09/09/13
Comment:
Good searching case with nice capabilities:Excellent airflow. Good cable magnament. Tool less installation for HDD & DVD drives. Bottom mounted PSU. SSD prepared. Good black finish interior. Well constructed. Hold up to five 120mm fans additional. Dust filters on front & for the PSU. two front usb ports. Space for Extented ATX Boards Practically nothing at this time. Possibly I get too considerably for the money lol. I have the window side panel one. Get it here on the egg. This case its amazing. Keeps my Pc cooler & has the attributes like a 70$ case from other brands. It holds extended video cards up to the 5970. If you are seeking for a cheap case with great capabilities this is your option.
Broderick
Rating:

Review Date: 09/08/13
Comment:
-Tool-much less drive bays-Strong black inside-Very economical -Clear window is tiny, why have a single if it's going to be that smaller-Not sufficient tool-much less brackets for ALL drive bays For the value, it is a very good case.For a price range construct i would advise it to any person, as far as ease of installing elements, the fewer the greater. Additional than one HDD, a single Optical, and one particular 3.5 peripheral, indicates you have to pull out the screwdriver. Other than that, its a excellent purchase.
Maegan
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Review Date: 08/28/13
Comment:
Good case. All black. Quite roomy. Simple access. Lots of screws. Cool LED blue case fan. Clearly labled cables. Energy provide mounts on bottom of case acts as a dust vacuume.
Vern
Rating:

Review Date: 08/15/13
Comment:
good cooling, fits a large video card, spacious, very fans, psu on the bottom and can't beat the price tag. none
Sheera
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Review Date: 08/15/13
Comment:
Good building at this cost point. Fantastic layout with a bottom mount energy provide. Very good case for mini ATX Computer. Case appears sturdier with elements installed. Blue fan nice touch if you like that sort of point. Requirements to consist of additional tool significantly less connectors for drives, Minus an egg for that. Prime fan cutouts will not be usable with complete ATX boards and 120 mm fans. Might be a inexpensive candidate for water cooled silent mini ATX HTPC.
Treva
Rating:

Review Date: 08/13/13
Comment:
The Case is quite simple to use. Swapping tough-drives is simple. A professional grade case at a low cost. Superb airflow with much more selections for fans. Flimsier than I like. Next time I may possibly spring for a much more high-priced case that will hold up far better and have even far more airflow but for the price(I paid when it was at โ) it is an superb case.
Craig
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Review Date: 08/12/13
Comment:
Have not constructed method however. Acquiring pieces as they come on sale as was this item. Must say it is quite properly made and sturdy compared to other circumstances I have purchased in this price tag range.Don't know why folks are mentioning poor wiring capabilities. This case appears like the wiring will be a breeze to hide or run with uniformity. All bits and pieces have been bagged and attached to the case which is good so I don't drop them up until prepared to use. None so far. Will post in the course of the construct if I find one.
Conary
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Review Date: 08/12/13
Comment:
Low price tag I was astonished to discover only one turn clip to hold a tough drive in 1 of the numerous difficult drive spots.Too a lot of fan holes (particularly on top) for a regular make; people who create high-powered systems, needing additional fans, normally get larger instances.Integrated no filters. Purchased mine locally. It's going back.
Val
Rating:

Review Date: 08/04/13
Comment:
Fantastic design and style, all black interior/exterior, rounded edges, bottom mount psu, mesh front, fantastic ventilation, cutout in motherboard tray for cpu coolers that need mounting brackets. Screw holes perfectly aligned, when drives are mounted every little thing just fits. Not sufficient plastic drive clips. They genuinely ought to have included sufficient all the drive mounts. The front cover is genuinely tough to take away. It almost feels like you're about to break the plastic push pins off at the prime. Excellent case overrall and would surely purchase once again. Would have offered it five eggs if the front was simpler to eliminate.
Helia
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Review Date: 08/02/13
Comment:
-Reasonably priced-Side Window and black interior without being obnoxious-Easy layout, bottom mounted PSU-A lot of options for fans and airflow -Risers alternatively of standoffs-Quite tiny space for cable management-Glossy black finish shows every single fingerprint-Blue LED fan is a little also vibrant-Non-replaceable expansion bay covers All in all the flaws are reasonably minor, aside from the cable management; even so, it's not advertised to have any extensive options as far as that goes. Toolless installation is a joke, you only get a single bracket fro 5.25 bays and two for three.25. They operate, but I reccommend screws for a lot more stability.
Lynley
Rating:

Review Date: 07/21/13
Comment:
Finish on the case is nice. Lots of mount points for fans, seems to have very good ventilation. Had to take the rear fan out to get the I/O shield in place. not a biggie, but nevertheless type of a discomfort.Only a low profile 120mm fan will match in the top of the case. The case feels a tiny flimsy at initially, but once all of your hardware is in it and bolted down, it seems sturdy. It looks very good and must supply great ventilation. For the price, i'm seriously satisfied with this case and would buy it once more for an additional build.
Orrin
Rating:

Review Date: 07/13/13
Comment:
This is a awesome case at the sale price I picked it up at (as extended as my rebate shows). -Lightweight-External and Internal all the very same black-Lots of fans can be installed! -Door vent is sized at 120mm, good! Minor stuff to whine about-no thumb screws-only 2 reusable PCI slot covers-no push pins for quick fan installation -just 1 rapid retaining mechanism HDD, Floppy, and DVD/CD (as in 3 total) Grabbed this case for a Retro windows 98SE gaming make, virtually wanted to make it my principal case as it is a really nice case. Anything fit perfectly as you gotta adore ATX spec.Retro develop is:Windows 98SEPentium 3-S 1.4GHz (Tualatin), w/ removed IHS768MB PC133 SDRamGigabyte GA-6VTXE Rev 1. moboVoodoo 5 5500 AGP 64MB ƓDFX owns!)Startech 7-port USB 2. PCI cardDlink ten럼 NIC PCI cardSoundBlaster AWE64 Gold! wቼmb expansion memory ISA cardXclio Excellent Power 500wattWestern Digital 120GB SE Ƙmb cache) ATA-100Pioneer 16x DVD-Rom
Alize
Rating:

Review Date: 07/06/13
Comment:
This is an understated, slick looking case. It is modest adequate to not get in the way or stand out as well considerably. It is made of light materials, which tends to make it effortless to move about. Despite the little size, it was relatively simple to perform in. It is affordable. Normal case fans that are 25mm thick do not fit into the two best fan regions, at least not with my regular ATX MSI motherboard. Possibly a smaller board will allow for case fans on top? I had to return the normal sized fan and I have ordered a couple of "slim" fans from Scythe (you can get them right here on Newegg).I could not figure out how to get the front panel off, as the directions are not clear, and I did not want to force it for fear of breaking it. In order to get 1 of the optical drive covers off, I had to break some metal, which just felt weird.The case still performs fine, but with a vague manual and non-intuitive style alternatives, I would not buy this once more had I known. When it comes time for my subsequent upgrade, this case will go in the trash. But it was only 50 dollars, so not a massive loss.
Ailis
Rating:

Review Date: 07/04/13
Comment:
Decent case for low-cost value.Holes for liquid cooling.PSU mounts on bottom. On this case you get what you pay for. Case is extremely flimsy, you can shake it and it jiggles like jello. Wished the chassis fan could push additional air. They place the motherboard also close to the top rated making it so you cant place fans on the prime two fan spaces. Case is really boring to appear at, i might sell it or just modify it. Front is pure plastic. Involves blue LED fan.
Kaycee
Rating:

Review Date: 07/04/13
Comment:
Complete case, excellent excellent, good design, extremely solid. The power provide is situated on the bottom of this case and it's working like a vacuum cleaner collecting all the dust from floor.
Dianthe
Rating:

Review Date: 06/08/13
Comment:
comes with a 120mm fanlots of spacegood case for initial makeok cable managementtool much less drive bay and harddrive baysthis case has tons of spots for fans which makes it additional open and Cool! cable management is not the ideal but is manageable the overall style of this case just actually impresses me, i like the bottom mounted psu
Dominique
Rating:

Review Date: 05/29/13
Comment:
Good case for the price. Bought it on recommendation from a friend. 3 individuals in my dorm own one and they're all delighted with the top quality. Sides are flimsy when unmounted. (Don't sit on them). Mother board will interfere with top fan mounts. I just moved the fans over a notch. Was a snug match but no dilemma. I almost certainly could have sanded edges of fan down a bit to get it to match usually but would have been a lot more work than it was worth.I have to disagree with some of the posts complaining about how filmsy the case is. Quick of taking the panels off and standing on them it's a pretty good case. This was for my very first pc I've ever constructed. Came in good situation. When I was hunting for my case some of the things I required have been bottom mounted power provide, little to no plastic, and lots of vents/fan mounts.
Lian
Rating:

Review Date: 05/29/13
Comment:
All Black - Area for lots of 120-140mm fans - Bottom mount PSU - No Sharp edges - Nice smaller window for MB viewing - Good over all appear for low-cost mid-tower Steel is low cost - Top rated fan mounts are developed for 120-140mm fans but are to shallow to accept 25mm thick fans - front, bottom and side intake fan areas require filters - Front panel wire leads are lengthy adequate for most atx MB but to brief to hide nicely and are not sleeved - not enought space between MB tray and back panel (less than 1ǘ" in some locations.) only comes with the 1 120mm fan and wants atleast 1 a lot more to retain systems cool. In this cost point with these attributes there are better cases but, if you are okay with the cons of this case and have some spare 120mm fans and filters, it can be a good more than all case
Lorimer
Rating:

Review Date: 05/16/13
Comment:
Low cost.Attached air filter for PSU mount also fits to bottom or front case fan slots, can even be attached to outside of case for removable cleaning. Caveat: Nonetheless only 1 filter. Best two fan ports placed prohibitively close to mobo mount. You could use ultra-slim fans, or - if you don't care how it looks - attach fans outside the case on leading. Items feel a tiny cramped inside if you use huge components. Not an entirely thought-out case, but not cripplingly flawed either.
Maris
Rating:

Review Date: 05/09/13
Comment:
Value (with rebate), all black, vented, bottom mount psu, rounded edges, reduce-out in motherboard tray to remove cpu aftermarket brackets without getting to remove motherboard. Every single hole is perfectly aligned - when placing drives in almost everything fits flush. Quite challenging to get rid of front cover. It felt like I was about to break the top rated two plastic push pins. Be careful when removing the front cover simply because it calls for a bit of force. I would have offered it 5 stars if the front was less difficult to pry open with out generating it feel like I was going to break it. I wish Intel didn't recall my motherboard chipset, so I'd have a motherboard to mount inside the case.
Abie
Rating:

Review Date: 04/28/13
Comment:
Every little thing about the case! -Airflow Capabilities -Cable Mgmt -Hardware Placement -Appear and feel -Price -Ease of Installation -Just before this case I only had one fan, the corsair H50, with the fan that came with the case, (Which I was wholly grateful for) the inside is already a steady ten degrees cooler. - I had so considerably leftover slack on the lead wires it took me a even though to figure out exactly where to stash them, plus sufficient space leftover inside the case for ground effect style light bars and a handful of other unnecessary doo-dads.Inside the case: Asus M4A785-M; Corsair H50 coolant system (plenty of room for the fan AND radiator AND all four memory slots filled. 520W Antec PSU (Securely mounted in place Devoid of the supplied mounting bracket The only con is that I waited so lengthy to get this case. I was place off by the critiques but decided to give it a shot anyway and I am extremely pleased that I did. Lets address some of the negative comments on the evaluations that nearly caused me to not obtain this case.Any case with the quantity of fan vents supplied and with both panels removed will be flimsy, this is not a stool, its a computer case.The only way you wouldn't be in a position to secure a longer PSU after removing the supplied bracket is if you refused to safe the PSU to the case from the backside.This case is created for airflow. You have the ability to make a damaging stress system inside the case which eliminates the need for dust filters. Just pay interest to which path and where the fans are mounted.Front panel fan fits completely ONLY IF you know how to appropriately set up a tough drive.Complaining about all the items you didn't get for free of charge when you purchased the case, (wahhhh, I want a lot more free of charge fans, wahhh I want much more totally free locks), just makes you look like a stupid spoiled brat.
Nadie
Rating:

Review Date: 04/22/13
Comment:
AIRFLOW...SIX fans will match if you put one in the door.Knuckleheads need not figure out moving the top fans out of the stock holes and twords the door will enable say...a corsair 50 to match with the rad on the case, and the fan inside blowing out...use old really hard drive screws to mount the rad to the case.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811998027These will space your fans out slightly from the case holes and cut down on the whooshing noise...they come two in a pack...with a bunch of screws and these pull thru adapters I hate.If you're stripping out the holes on this case have your mom show you how to use a screwdriver.Front cover comes off like most do...slide a butter knife among the case and the cover at the bottom, twist semi-gently, operate your way up.If you can't get a typical 120X25MM fan mounted in the front...you ain't got the HD(S) in properly. Evaluations by men and women who couldn't pour poop out of a boot if the guidelines have been printed on the heel...your tech information is a 5? YGBSM... Throwing away the toolless adapters for the drives and making use of ALL the screw holes on your opticals and HDs will stiffen this case Significantly.
Tyme
Rating:

Review Date: 04/21/13
Comment:
Nice appear following it's place collectively, it appears a lot more pricey than what it is. 120mm fan is very silent and hardly noticeable. Power and reset buttons function really nicely. Inside the case is a horror. My most significant complaint is that m-atx holes did not align up appropriately with the case. You'd figure the most basic aspect of a case is to fit the motherboard and this utterly fails at that. Even without the IO Shield on, the motherboard did not line up correctly. This is the only case I've had this issue with ever even when I've applied no name cheaper circumstances. I will never acquire another Thermaltake case for yet another create with this blatant oversight.The tool-totally free brackets are a joke as nicely, even if you wanted to use screws to ensure the driver is much more secure,you can't as there are metal barriers in the way. This is precise to the only 3.five bay open which I wanted to set up memory card reader. Due to the metal case blocking the sight lines to the card reader, I ended up possessing to drill a hole through. This case is by far a headache and would not buy again. Don't let the price tag fool you, it's garbage.
Larry
Rating:

Review Date: 03/27/13
Comment:
Fourty dollar case with airflow supreme...you can use typical 120mm fans in the top rated by sliding them twords the door as an alternative of working with the stock mounting holes...This may well extremely properly be the very best of the sub โ cases, little ones... knuckleheads who can't get their corsair cooler or fans installed with no "mods"...the 'MOD" is to place the rad in the best forward fan hole and slide it tword the door...use old difficult drive screws...mount the fan inside blowing out...Get 1 of Mom's butter knives slide it among the front cover gently twisting all the way about and YOU As well can pop the front of in mere seconds...or just let Mom do it. If I could just upload a image of mine rather of a video it would be simple to install your fans and corsair coolers...I do a video critique, I wanna get PAID boyee...
Ravi
Rating:

Review Date: 03/24/13
Comment:
really nicely ventilated. Lots of space to operate around. Constructed well. No space for Corsair H50ኢ. I had to cut the vent grill and a tiny section beneath out to mount my H50. Not an problem for me, as it keeps the radiator on the outside of my case, but doesn't look as nice as having the radiator internal.
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Thermaltake V3 Black Edition Mid Tower Case
Go beyond the past, exceed the present, and surpass the competition with the Thermaltake V3 Black Edition Mid Tower Case. This handsome chassis features Metal mesh front bezel for maximum air intake and a Rear 120mm silent fan with brilliant Blue LED. The Thermaltake V3 Black Edition Mid Tower Case also features an innovative Bottom-placed PSU design for better and easier installation plus a Built-in filter in 5.25" drive bay and PSU to keep dust away. The Thermaltake V3 Black Edition computer case supports MicroATX and ATX motherboards.

What It Is and Why You Need It

  • Black coating makes stylish inside look
  • Bottom-placed PSU design for better and easier installation
  • Metal mesh front bezel for maximum air intake

Specifications

  • Compatible with 2.5" HDD and SSD
  • Perforated mesh design for maximum ventilation
  • Motherboard Support: ATX, MicroATX

Features

  • Built-in filter in 5.25" drive bay and PSU to keep dust away
  • Rear 120mm silent fan with brilliant Blue LED
  • Easy access Power / Reset Buttons

Product Specifications

Model
Brand Thermaltake
Series V3 Black Edition
Model VL80001W2Z
Spec
Type ATX Mid Tower
Color Black
Case Material SECC / Plastic
With Power Supply No
Power Supply Mounted Bottom
Motherboard Compatibility Micro ATX / ATX
With Side Panel Window Yes
Expansion
External 5.25" Drive Bays 4
External 3.5" Drive Bays 1
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays 4
Expansion Slots 7
Front Ports
Front Ports USB 2.0 x 2,
HD Audio ports
Cooling System
120mm Fans 1 x 120mm rear exhaust TurboFan
Side Air duct No
Physical Spec
Dimensions(L x W x H) 18.60" x 7.50" x 16.90"
Weight 10.6 lbs.
Features
Features Black coating makes stylish inside look

Bottom-placed PSU design for better and easier installation

Metal mesh front bezel for maximum air intake

Built-in filter in 5.25" drive bay and PSU to keep dust away

Rear 120mm silent fan with brilliant Blue LED
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 3 years limited
Labor 3 years limited
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