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Thermaltake Core V1 SPCC Mini ITX Cube Gaming Computer Case Chassis, Interchangeable Side Panels, Black Edition, CA-1B8-00S1WN-00
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- Supports Mini ITX Motherboard
- 2x USB 3.0, 1x Headphone, 1x Mic Front Ports, Internal Bay: 2x 3.5 inches, 2x 2.5 inches 1 x 200 millimetre fan, 2 x 80 millimetre turbo fans (optional)
- Interchangeable Side Panels: Symmetrical panels to build the system with personality
- Adjustable I/O Panel Location. Extreme Air/Liquid Cooling Configurations Options and Dual Modular Drive Rack Design
- Chambers Concept. Advanced Ventilation
- Great Expansion in Compact Size : install up to 2 data storage devices. VGA with the length up to 285 millimeter , CPU cooler with height up to 140 millimeter , together with a high wattage PSU of length up to 200 millimeter
- 3 year warranty
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Great Expansion in Compact Size
Designed with high-end system compatibility, users can easily install up to 4 data storage devices with the modular drive racks, a dual expansion slot VGA with the length up to 260mm, a tower CPU cooler with height up to 140mm, and a high wattage PSU with a length up to 180mm
Core V1 has divided into two main chambers: the upper chamber is made for cooling performance and efficiency, and the lower chamber is made for PSU and cable management.
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Experience the ease of installation and maximum cooling only Thermaltake can deliver with the Core V1 Extreme Mini ITX Cube Chassis. With multiple configurations for both Air and Liquid cooling setups, the Core V1 offers multiple options for today’s cooling demands. Save time with a tool-free drive bay design, optimized air flow and modular chassis options to configure your build, your way and get back to gaming.
"Overall ThinkComputers gives the Thermaltake Core V1 Mini-ITX Case a 10 out of 10 score and our Editor's Choice Award" - ThinkComputers
"If you are looking for a Mini-ITX case this should be your first choice." - ThinkComputers
"The Thermaltake Core V1 is one of the best mini-ITX cases we've ever seen." - HardOCP
*Earned HardOCP's Gold Award
*Earned Legit Reviews Editor's Choice Award
• Extreme Air/Liquid Cooling Configurations Options and Dual Modular Drive Rack Design
• 2x USB 3.0, 1x Headphone, 1x Mic Front Ports, Internal Bay: 2x 3.5", 2x 2.5"
• Includes 1x 200mm Front Fan Pre-installed, Optional Cooling Available
• Interchangeable Side Panels allow users to build the system with personality
• Chamber Concept Design with optimized Cable management space for Small Form Factor Builds
• 3 Year Warranty
• Case Type: Mini ITX Cube Case
• Case Dimension (H x W x D): 10.9" x 10.2" x 12.4"
• M/B Type: Mini-ITX (6.7" x 6.7")
• Side Panels: Window (Interchnagable)
• Supports Standard PS2 Power Supply
• Storage Bay: 2x 3.5" or 2.5"
• Expansion Slots: 2
• Front I/O Panel: 2x USB 3.0, 1x Headphone, 1x Mic Ports
• Front (intake) : 200 x 200 x 30 mm fan (800rpm, 13dBA)
• CPU Cooler Height: 140mm
• VGA Length: 255mm (Inner chassis), 285mm (Outer chassis)
Fan Configurations: (Optional)
1x 120mm or 1x 140mm or 1x 200mm
Radiator Configurations: (Optional)
1 x 120mm or 1 x 140mm
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The quality is of good quality. The metal is light but more than sturdy enough to sit on a shelf. The parts all fit well. The front panel connectors and switches all functioned as expected. The fit and finish are good, and it is an attractive case.
Top, bottom and both sides come off with thumb screws. The top and sides are all interchangeable. You can put the windowed panel on top or either side. (Thermaltake sells replacement window panels for this case. I wish they sold replacement vented panels. I don't need the window.)
The easy access made assembly a breeze. There is enough internal space that my 160mm non-modular PSU worked great. The excess cables tucked neatly on the side of the PSU, and I could route and tie the cables together to permit good airflow through the case.
To improve air flow, I put the windowed panel on one side and installed the two ventilated panels on the top and the other side. I pushed the windowed side of the case against the cubby hole wall to encourage airflow out the ventilated top and side.
I did not install the optional (not included) 2 x 80 mm fans in the rear of the case. Between the 200 mm front fan (included) and the fact that my older model PSU draws air through the case and the natural ventilation built into the case itself. I have no heat issues.
Using the stock 200mm fan, the stock CPU fan and my older PSU with 2 x 80 mm fans, it is not a dead silent case. It still sounds like a computer in operation.
Missing part essentially renders case unusable, or at the level of a used Optiplex case, at best.
*EXTREMELY* disappointed w/ this purchase, as I buy specific manufacturers and shipping merchants, and expect a certain level of quality in return.
This is definitely designed for air cooling. There is really nowhere to mount a radiator or pump in this thing. It looks spectacular and offers a tremendous amount of air flow, The front 200 mm fan does a good job of moving the air quietly, but if you need more cooling, you may want to consider swapping it out for something a little more powerful. I just wish the rear fan exhaust fan mounts were a bit larger, does anyone even use 80 mm fans anymore?.
All panel inputs are located on the left side of the case. This could be an issue if you place your PC on the left of your workspace. There is no option to relocate them to the right.
Building is fairly simple. It will hold up to a miniATX sized mother board with no issues. There are only 2 expansion slots so you're not going to be running dual graphics cards. Most newer graphics cards should fit just fine, but if you are using one of those older insanely long cards, you'll probably have issues. Also you will be limited on CPU coolers as you get a max height of 140 mm. Just make sure to check the cooler height first. There is a hidden bottom section for the power supply and to hold all the wiring. There are a pass-throughs on either side of the case to get the wiring to the mother board One side houses the drive mounts. There are two and you mount the drives to these with screws and rubber standoffs. You them mount the drive trays to the case. Unfortunately due to the position of the drive trays, you have a really tight fit for the motherboard power cable. I suggest wiring up the mother board first, then attempting to mount the drives. The case is completely tool-less with the exception of the drive and motherboard mounting.
If you are thinking of doing a cube build but do not want to sacrifice your high end components, I can easily suggest this case. It has plenty of room, ample air cooling and an elegant design.
Intel - Core i7-7700K 4.2GHz Quad-Core Processor
Corsair - H80i v2 70.7 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler
ASRock - Fatal1ty Z270 Gaming-ITX/ac Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard
G.Skill - Ripjaws V Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3200 Memory
Samsung - 850 Pro Series 1TB 2.5" Solid State Drive
Samsung - 850 Pro Series 500GB 2.5" Solid State Drive
EVGA - GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6GB FTW ACX 2.0+ Video Card
EVGA - SuperNOVA G2 550W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply
My under-load temperatures never get above 70C. Mainly used for Premiere Pro and some gaming. Overall great design. Would definitely recommend to others.
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The paint job is pretty good, there's not much in the way of sharp edges, either. The case can easily fit a full size ATX PSU, but this will eat into your cable management space in the bottom of the case.
I built this as a home NAS and have managed to squeeze in 4x 3.5" drives, 2 in the supplied brackets, one in the floor panel and one to the left of the motherboard, the latter two had to have custom mountings made, but it's turned out well.
With regard to cooling, I fitted a Noctua NH-C14S with the fan on top, there's just about room for this and I will probably end up changing the window panel to the left side and the perforated panel on top for the fan to draw cool air in.
Overall, very impressed and really wasn't expecting to be.
They've really put some thought into the design. From both sides, top and bottom panels can be removed during install, to the vents on the panels that line up with the graphics card fans perfectly.Even the PSU fan has it's own dedicated vent on the bottom.
Could take up to 4 drives, power and reset button.
And a MASSIVE 20cm fan. I didn't even know they make them that big. It is HUGE, and silent, and blows plenty of air through the case.
Only downside, but not worth losing a star, it doesn't do much to stop fan noise coming out. The included 20cm fan is near silent, and it keeps the CPU aired enough that is doesn't need to speed up much, but my noisy graphics card which is loud on idle, isn't being silenced in the slightest by the case. If you want a quiet case, it isn't this
The layout is also very roomy, so your components will run nice and cool - loads of room for heat dissipation, and very well ventilated.
So why the 4 star instead of a 5 star rating?
Simply because it does not fit 4 disks as advertised. I have managed to fit in 2x2.5 drives and 2x3.5 drives, but the 2.5 drives can only be secured on one side (no brackets or screw holes for the other side). The layout of the disk mounts also means you can't screw the small disks in properly from the back side of the mount, effectively only allowing you to use the front of the mount, therefore only securing 2 drives properly.
You can work around this, but you have to do it yourself, by getting a bracket that fits. And that is a tight fit.
Apart from this, it's a very good case for a micro server or a compact gaming PC. Also comes with all the screws you'll need to install components.
Plenty of space for drive, will fit two smaller SSDs together with two regular HDDs, and GPU wise I've fit 1080ti's and 2080s in these cases so they do accommodate those if required, although you'll definitely here them due to the massive amount of vents on the case.
Overall I really can't recommend these little V1s enough, superb value for money.
It is very easy to mount a PC with this case and the fan is very silent.
It took me 1 hour to assembly everything without a rush. For some tasks, you don't need a screwdriver because the screw has got a handle.
If I will build another ITX PC I guess that I will buy another case like this.