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Thermaltake Chaser A71 No Power Supply Full Tower Case VP400M1W2N

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  • Case Type: Full Tower
  • Material: SECC
  • External Bay: 3x 5.25", 1x 3.5", Internal Bay: 5x 3.5" or 2.5", HDD Docking: 1x 3.5" or 2.5"
  • Expansion Slots: 8
  • Fan:5
  • Front I/O Panel: 2x USB 3.0 Ports, 2x USB 2.0 Ports, 1x HD Audio
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Dimensions 22.2 inches x 8.7 inches x 21.1 inches 23.7 inches x 9.3 inches x 23 inches 9.9 inches x 19.5 inches x 20.1 inches 24.4 inches x 23.2 inches x 9.8 inches
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Thermaltake Chaser A71 VP400M1W2N No Power Supply Full Tower Case (Black)

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  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 21.1 x 22.2 inches ; 22.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 26.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00BWF9KXA
  • Item model number: VP400M1W2N
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 23, 2013

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Steven on September 6, 2013
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I really love this case although I'm not a particular fan of LED cases. It's quite light for being a full tower, the way you can pull the cables through behind the motherboard makes for ideal airflow/cord management. The HDD slots make for perfect cord management through the rear leaving less cords to deal with in main case. Locking mechanism for the dvd drive slots is easy to use no screws involved. Hot swap on the top of case nice addition. 2 massive fans included in the left side of the case and the top of the case, unfortunately most mobo's do not have enough 3 pin slots to accommodate the amount of fans on the case, not to mention if you have aftermarket fans you want to install as well. Spacious enough to fit large graphics cards with no problem, good fit for 7970/after market cpu cooling units.

Manual is meh, but if you've built computer before it's no big deal.

I give 4 stars only because I received no standoffs with the case or with the motherboard i purchased, which was a bummer, as well as the fact I needed to order extra 3 pin to 4 pin adapters for the extra fans in the case. As well over time the sides slide lock needs to be broken in a bit feels a bit tight but that in no way is a bad thing, good seal is all it means.

I would recommend this case to anyone, easy to use, light enough, perfect for airflow/cord management, after-market additions, and easy to manage drives.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By delNeko on February 26, 2014
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I've had thermaltake cases for years and they've always been built well and had plenty of space for my needs. Course that's why I buy full tower cases... but, the Chaser A71 is a great case with a few things to note.

Pros: It's big enough and more importantly, wide enough. My cooler master N520 heat sink fits with a half inch or more to spare from the side fan. It also has a molded side panel so you can route cables behind the board plate. There is not a single sharp edge on the case. All cutouts and edges are either rolled, or rounded and the cable cutouts have rubber gaskets. No issues building or running cables. There's even good space around the lower drive cage to tuck cables.

All the metal is also painted with a fingerprint defying textured surface. Very sharp looking. The front of the case is open, and the top four bay covers are removable, the lower covers are molded into the front housing and cover the front intake fan. All these covers have a fine dust mesh. The holes for all the fans are also standard, so you can replace the thermaltake fans with others*. The lower HDD trays also have rubber grommets which help insulate the drives from any vibration (and help with noise of course).

It also comes with a big bag of more screws and reusable zip ties than you should ever need. It only comes with like two or three standoffs, since the standoffs for a standard ATX board (9) are built into the back plate.

*Bitfenix 200mm fans do not mount properly on the case door, since they only have tabs on the wrong side of the fan housing....

The gotchas:
First of all, the front accessible drive bays (4 of them) are 3x 5.25", and 1 3.5" bay, the last bay has a metal frame inside you can't remove without cutting.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Bjerke on May 22, 2014
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I bought this case for my recent computer build. First build in 10 years and what a rock star! I have nothing bad to say about it at all.

Some highlights:

1) The USB 3.0 out and up top/front. This is nice for ease of access - make sure you buy a motherboard with the USB 3.0 connector on it, so you can take advantage of this feature.

2) The sections for 5.25" external are easy to pop off for expandability. The 3.5" internal are all really easy to work with, and have screw mount holes for 2.5". I have a samsung 840 EVO SSD which is 2.5" and it holds into the tray great with the screws provided with this tower.

3) Stock fans provide great airflow. The only thing to note: they are 3 pin fans - motherboards with 4 pin PWM fan control support will not be able to control these. However, a $20 fan controller can be added to one of the 5.25" external slots for this control if need be. 200mm PWM fans are harder to come by than 120mm or smaller PWM fans. Small detail - maybe I need to look around a bit more.

If I had to be really really picky, the only thing I could complain about is this - as an electrical engineer I understand the importance of ESD (electrostatic discharge) grounding. I received all of my parts ahead of the power supply, which is required to be installed in order to ground the case while working on the rest of the build. When I finally got my power supply, I noted that due to the paint or coating on the metal parts of the case, many parts of it did not meter out to a short. I'm not sure if this is more intentional now days - maybe for other electrical reasons, like not shorting components out (motherboard) this is important.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Martin Schultz on February 6, 2014
Just built a new PC with this case.
Has good options for mounting liquid cooling radiators.
Fantastic cable management due to all the eyelets for tie-downs, plenty of holes, and extra space under the side cover.
Plenty of room for just about anything you'd want to install.
The big fans are quiet, fan LEDs not too bright, power LED needed a little white tape over it to tone that down.
Drive dock on the top is a nice feature, made transferring stuff from my old PC so much easier.
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