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Thermaltake Chaser A71 ATX / mATX / E-ATX Full Tower Window Case 3X5.25 1X3.5 5X3.5INT USB3.0 No PSU

Thermaltake Chaser A71 ATX / mATX / E-ATX Full Tower Window Case 3X5.25 1X3.5 5X3.5INT USB3.0 No PSU (Thermaltake: VP400M1W2N)
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Thermaltake Chaser Series VP400M1W2N Black Full Tower Chassis Case
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Thermaltake Chaser A71 ATX / mATX / E-ATX Full Tower Window Case 3X5.25 1X3.5 5X3.5INT USB3.0 No PSU
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 8.4/10
With 5 User Reviews

Review Date: 01/14/15
Cons: -Front fan could have been lighted and have a dust filter-No room for other fans (this isn't really a problem but I thought I should mention it)-The windows could have been a little bit shorter and not show the hard drives (that's my opinion)-No led or fan controls

Pros: -Space for good cable management-Easy to work with-Looks great-Fans are really quiet-Side fan is slim and bright-Should be easy to clean-Great case for the price
I built a PC for somebody using this case, has I own the first case from the "chaser" series and I always liked it compared to other brands such as antec or coolermaster. I knew it would be quality and it is.Cable management, space and airflow are important to me. This one has it all. So far this is the best cable manamgement job I've done in any PC or at least one of the best (thanks to the PSU too). There's a atx mobo, a h60 liquid cooler and a gtx 970 in that case and there's plenty of room.My personal computer has more of an "armored" look and it's pretty hard to clean. This one has a more classic and standard look and I'm pretty sure keeping it in shape won't be a problem. What surprised me with this case is the side fan (and other fans). I'm used to bulky side fans that use a lof of space and can be a problem with the graphics card power cables. This one is slim, very very very quiet and looks really good. I'll try to get one like that for my own case. Sadly the front fan doesn't have any LEDs, but the top one does and they are all very quiet fans. I'm used to mounting another top fans, but this one and only have one. It's not a problem though. It's just that I like to mount the radiator there.The only thing that is bothering me, is that I planned to have a really nice interior (and I have one) but the window shows the hard drive slots. And I don't find the hard drive nice to look at. It's not a big deal for most people I guess.
Th3 PC Guru@NCIX

Review Date: 10/25/14
Cons: On the small side for a full-tower, somewhat flimsy-feeling build quality, extremely lightweight.

Pros: Nice design, plenty of cooling, lots of space for drives, great overall design.
This is a beautiful case, no question about it. It is well designed and thought out. However, it is the smallest full-tower I have ever come across. I would describe  it as an extra-large mid-tower at best. Of course, I am coming off five years of ownership of a Corsair Obsidian 800D, so this comparison may not be fair. Meh.It is roomy enough for most needs, despite being on the smaller side.I was disappointed in the design of the top of the case. I installed an Enermax Liqtech 240 radiator and it was a trial. I ended up removing the large fan that comes installed in the top of the case and putting one of the Enermax fans in instead. Basically, the mounting holes were offset just enough that the screws I had were short by about 5 mm. :( Of course, if I had more conventional RAM, I would not have had this problem as the fans on the Enermax would not have made contact with the base of the fan and it would have fit internally with ease. The heatspreaders on my G. Skill Sniper RAM were just a fraction too high to place the rad and fans where they are designed to go.My only other issue is the light weight of the product. It is only about twenty pounds when empty. Of course, again, I am judging it against the Obsidian which clocked in at about forty pounds empty. Cases are a lot like PSUs in that the heavier they are, the better the build quality (generally).Overall, I would recommend this case to anyone looking for a well-designed, albeit "cheapish" full-tower.

Review Date: 12/06/13
Cons: pretty short for a full tower, Top 200mm fan DOA, Customer support / service Non existent

Pros: Long tower for big GPUs, good aeration, sleek, easy to build.
This case is pretty amazing. I changed from a SOLANO 1000 (which I also loved)Case is somewhat short and fitting a 240mm water cooler on the top makes the ram difficult to fit depending of the heat spreader on it.Very good aeration.The only negative is the support from Thermaltake. Absolutely Horrible.This is the info on the website :Monday Friday 09:00AM 05:30PM PST (Exclude holidays)(800) 988-1088 *Option 1Nobody picks up, only voicemail. No one calls back and that is only when the line works. 50% of the time the number gives the busy signal. When I tried to contact them Via the Email support section it gives a HTTP 404 ERROE !?! What gives ? absolutely pathetic.I want to RMA the top 200MM fan and it doesn't seem to be possible.After Sales Support is absolutely primordial when selling a product pretty surprised about that since AZZA is a smaller company but with great customer service.Would not recommend and would not buy again.
meow a cat@NCIX

Review Date: 08/31/13
Cons: A grommet above the motherboard would have been nice for running my cpu power cable through. I had to bring it across the top, in front of my motherboard a bit. That is the only flaw I could find in this case.

Pros: Excellent cable management, plenty of room for anything you could ever want to put in a full size tower. Sleek looks, and lots of fans pre-installed. Very good airflow.
A great case at a great price, this case has possibly every feature you could ever need from a chassis, and it looks beautiful too.

Review Date: 08/20/13
Cons: None

Pros: Lots of spaceGreat cable managementVery good looking
High end cards, over sized heat sink, as many harddrive you cn dream of.... Nothing this box can't take. Highly suggested

Product Features

ATX Full Tower Desktop
9 Bays 120mm Fan

Thermaltake Chaser A71 Full Tower Case
The robust built of the A71 Full Tower Case from Thermaltake s ready to support your computer?s latest hardware. This roomy full tower chassis supports a wide array of motherboard form factor. It has tool-free drive bays and is ready to accommodate up to 3x 5.25-inch and 6x 3.5" Drive Bays. It keeps your system well-ventilated with the included 120mm fan. Its 8x expansion slots are also ready for mounting different peripheral hardware and cards. And with the case?s four USB and 2x audio front ports, you can connect your devices in no time. Choose this amazing A71 Full Tower Case from Thermaltake now.

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • 3x 5.25-inch and 6x 3.5" Drive Bays; offers amazing tool-less compartments for storage and optical drives
  • 8x expansion slots; offers space for different add-on components
  • 120mm fan; ensures optimal cooling in your system?s interior
  • Four USB ports and two audio ports; lets you easily connect speaker systems and USB devices conveniently

Product Specifications

SeriesChaser A71
TypeATX Full Tower
Case MaterialSECC
Power Supply MountedBottom
Motherboard Compatibility9.6" x 9.6" (Micro ATX), 12" x 9.6" (ATX), 12" x 13" (Extend ATX)
With Side Panel WindowYes
External 5.25" Drive Bays3
External 3.5" Drive Bays1
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays5 x 3.5" or 2.5"
Expansion Slots8
Front Ports
Front PortsUSB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2, HD Audio x 1
Cooling System
120mm FansRear: 120 x 120 x 25 mm Turbo fan (1000rpm,16dBA)
200mm FansFront: 200 x 200 x 30 mm Blue LED fan (600rpm, 13dBA)
Top:200 x 200 x 20 mm Blue LED fan (600rpm, 13dBA)
Side:200 x 200 x 20 mm Blue LED fan (600rpm, 13dBA)
Physical Spec
Dimensions21.1" x 8.7" x 22.2"
Weight22.1 lbs.
FeaturesThermaltake Chaser A41 mid-tower chassis
The new member of Chaser hardcore gaming series, designed for gamers to gear with the latest gaming component, offering not only style and personality but an exceptional combination of cooling, performance and expandability for gaming purists to ensure true enjoyment while in or out of the game.

E-Sport Design
The black metal meshed and glossy detailed front panel combined with a large transparent side window panel, it hard not to leave your eye off it.

Innovative tool-less design
Innovative 5.25" & 3.5" tool-free drive bay design minumized the hassels of installing ODD, HDD and SSD devices.

Smart 3 + 1
Preinstalled two of 120mm fans and a top-mounted 200mm fan including a back blue LED fan to optimize system ventilation. In order to keep the interior dust free, all intake ventilation holes come with dust protection including a removable dust filter at the bottom of the chassis.

Convenient Support
Three retained holes with rubber grommet to support LCS, four retained holes for advanced cable management ,one large CPU cut-out to ease on CPU cooler installation

Superior Cable Management
30mm wide cable routing gap for easy cable management and hiding cables behind motherboard tray, to ensure smoothness for build and tinker (upgrade), reduce wiring tangled, as well as better airflow and dust management.

High-end Complete System on the go
Enables user to build up a complete high-end solution with ease with 240mm radiator liquid cooling system and extra long graphic card supported to protect user's hardware and increase CPU's overclocking potential, mostly importantly delivers outstanding cooling efficiency in the entire case.
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