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Overseer RX-1 Full Tower Case

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  • Thermaltake Overseer RX-I VN700M1W2N No PS Full Tower Case (Black)
  • Case Type: Full Tower
  • Material: SECC
  • Front Bezel Material: Combination of plastic and high air flow mesh
  • External Bay: 3x 5.25", 1x 3.5"?(or 5.25")
  • Internal Bay: 5x 3.5"
  • Front I/O Panel: 2x USB 3.0 Port (via internal header), 2x USB 2.0 Port,?1x eSATA Port, 1x Microphone, 1x Speaker
  • Power Supply: None, Supports?Standard ATX PSII Power Supply
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Thermaltake
  • Model Number: VN700M1W2N
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Form Factor: Mid Tower
  • Supported Motherboard: ATX
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Dimensions 8.66 inches x 22.83 inches x 21.06 inches 22.9 inches x 9.3 inches x 22.4 inches 22.2 inches x 8.7 inches x 21.1 inches 22.3 inches x 20.3 inches x 8.1 inches
Item Weight 22.71 pounds 27.1 pounds 22.1 pounds 22 pounds
Material SECC & Plastic(Front Bezel Material) SECC & Plastic(Front Bezel Material) Secc SECC Steel
Supported Motherboard ATX ATX ATX ATX
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Thermaltake; VN700M1W2N; Case

Product Information

Product Dimensions 22.8 x 21.1 x 8.7 inches
Item Weight 22.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 26.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Item model number VN700M1W2N
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4.7 out of 5 stars 50 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #237 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Computer Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com October 15, 2011

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The description says it all. I'll list off the pros and cons that I have found.

- Very good cable management. My previous case had a rats nest of wires, and this one has a neat layout where almost no wires are visible.
- The hard drives get their power and data connections on the back of the case, making hiding wires even easier.
- The hard drive trays have holes for 3.5 and 2.5 inch HDD/SSD.
- There are plenty of filters to keep the dust out.
- The provided 200mm fans are very, VERY quiet and move a ton of air (about 100CFM my research shows).
- The provided 120mm fan is also quiet, and moves a respectable 40CFM (again, research).
- There is plenty of space for large CPU coolers, like the Cooler Master Hyper 212+ (that's what I have). What's more, is the instructions say what the max size of both the CPU cooler and the video cards can be before they run into something (the side of the case, the hard drive bays, and so on).
- The feet of the case are very tall, allowing the bottom mounted PSU (which is another plus) and bottom fan to get plenty of air, even on carpet.
- The bottom optional fan has mounting holes for 120 and 140mm fans. Also, unlike with other cases, the PSU can be a larger form factor and you can still have the full 140mm fan in there. My PSU is a Cooler Master 850 watt unit that is 6.5 inches long (instead of the standard 5.5), and the 140mm fan fits with about an inch gap between it and the PSU.
- The window behind the CPU is massive. This allows for changing CPU coolers without removing the entire motherboard.
- The top mounted HDD rack is really helpful for pulling data off of old 2.5" and 3.5" HDD's lying around.
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The case had some other good reviews, and I've seen the Thermaltake name around a bit, so I bought this case. When it arrived, I noticed right away that the metal border around the eSATA port on top (you can see it in the pic, it's in the middle with the metal border around it) was deformed and pushed in, which I had to fix. When you take off the front panel, the wiring that connects those top ports is connected with either a 4 pin or six pin connector, that has those real thin pins, almost like needles..well, whomever put the case together just jammed it in there because one pin didn't get inserted properly and was pushed aside, and I was lucky it didn't break. The front 20 MM fan never worked from the beginning, and although Amazon's return policy is solid, (I didn't go that route because I didn't need to return the whole thing, just the front fan) Thermaltake's return policy is obviously troublesome enough to discourage people from using it. I would have had to come up with my own packing, my own shipping, and then wait for them to return the fan. I opted to just buy another, which wasn't a bad price, but Thermaltake charged 10 bucks for shipping.

Another problem I noticed is that the panel that comes off (on the side where you mount the motherboard) is very difficult to remove, I mean you really have to pry on this thing.

I don't have enough peripherals to check the functionality of all the external ports on the case, but the 3.5 HDD slot at the top works, and several of the USB 2.0 ports work.

The case was roomy enough for what I wanted, but this case is more about the 'looks' than the functionality. I wish I would of spent more time doing my research because I I've come across properly designed and engineered server/tower cases, and this isn't one of them.
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well i got this case mainly cuz its a full tower but it has the cable management layout very nice i really like the blue lights from the 200MM fans Hard Drives Easy Optical Easy
Motherboard installation Easy Already has EATX layout comes with a cpu cable extender+4Pin
its got superspeed usb 3.0 Esata Hotswap Hard DriveBay ontop & room for another 200MM fan will fit a H100 if your going to ask there are eight pci Blower slots 1 More then my other case so Easy quad crossfire or Sli config's comes with a couple molex to 3 pin fan connectors aswell!
four optical bays 5 hard drive bays!
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I've used mid tower cases for a very long time, mainly because I was afraid the full tower cases were too big. Plus, I was still a novice when it came to what type of cooling I should use, since I game a great deal and render animations.

I chose this came because:
1. Thermaltake is known for it's quality.
2. Black cases are awesome and the form of this case, which is Transformer-like, appealed to me.
3. The HUGE fans that come with it, and what you can add to it allows GREAT airflow.
4. You can swap external hard drives (including ssd ones!) if you don't have an external case for them. How awesome is that!
5. It has dust filters, which is something my old Antec 900 case lacked.
6. There's room for wire control!

The fans:
This case comes with 2 200mm fans, which light up with blue leds. One is in the front, and one is on top of the case. I bought 2 more matching fans to join the one on the top, and one for the side fan. There's an optional spot for a smaller fan to go on the bottom of the case that sucks air into the case - or out if you want. The fans do not make a lot of noise either, in my opinion. Compared to my last case, this one is very quiet!
The airflow in this case is astounding due to it's size, and because I don't have all of my wires everywhere inside. I would recommend getting a fan controller if you don't want or need them all running at once.

The inputs:
I won't go into too much detail here, since the detail specs is already laid out for the product in the details section, but I have to say that there is more than enough of them for you to plug as many peripherals as you need!

The wiring:
This is my first case that has space to put your wires, which goes behind the motherboard.
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