|Item model number||CA-1G7-00M1WN-02|
|Item Weight||17 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22 x 21 x 10 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||22 x 21 x 10 inches|
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Thermaltake View 27 Black ATX Window Gaming Mid Tower Computer Case with Red LED Riing Fan CA-1G7-00M1WN-02
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- Case Type: ATX Mid tower
- M/B Type: ATX (12.0" x 9.6"), MicroATX (9.6" x 9.6"), Mini ITX (6.7" x 6.7")
- Internal bay: 2x 3.5" or 2.5" (w/HDD tray), 4x 2.5" (w/the M/B tray)
- Expansion Slots: 10
- Front I/O panel: 1x USB 3.0 port, 2x USB 2.0 Ports, 1x HD Audio
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Game in a new perspective with the Thermaltake View 27 Mid-Tower Gaming Chassis. Designed with a transparent gull-wing window panel, take in the view with advanced floating GPU mounting system and skylight viewing. Add in options for air or liquid cooling, supporting up to 360mm radiators for optimized cooling performance. Tinted front panel gives users a clean look with options for LED Fan lighting to shine through and side ventilation panels for proper air flow. Built-in full length power supply cover give a steam-lined look with mounting options for LCS cooling and Case Fan options. See the vision of next generation gaming chassis with the Thermaltake View 27.Key Features:
- Case Type: ATX Mid-Tower Gaming Chassis
- Case Dimension (H x W x D): 20 x 7.9 x 18.8 inch
- Case Weight: 14.1 lbs
- M/B Type: ATX (12.0" x 9.6"), MicroATX (9.6" x 9.6"), Mini-ITX (6.7" x 6.7")
- Side Panels: Gull-Wing Window / Solid
- Internal Bay: 2 x 3.5" or 2.5" (HDD Tray) | 4 x 2.5” (M/B Panel)
- Expansion Slots: 8+2 (GPU Float)
- Front I/O Panel: 1x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, 1x Headphone, 1x Mic Ports
- CPU Cooler Height: 155mm
- VGA Length:410mm (Without Front Fan)
- PSU Length: 200mm
1 x 120mm or 2 x 120mm or 3 x 120mm
1 x 120mm
1 x 120mm
Radiator Configurations: (Optional)
1 x 120mm or 1 x 240mm or 1 x 360mm
1 x 120mm
1 x 120mm
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Top Customer Reviews
The looks. This case is beautiful to look at with the tempered glass, front acrylic plate, and LED fans.
Lots of space. This case was much more pleasant to work in than my previous case (Cougar Solution V1). The increased space gives more room for my graphics cards to intake and exhaust air more effectively and gives steady airflow with proper fan placement.
The HDD cage can be removed and the drive caddies can be mounted behind the motherboard, giving better airflow through the case and (in my opinion) makes the case look cleaner.
The included fans are pretty good, outputting more air much more quietly than my previous fans, and the blue of the non-RGB versions are the perfect shade of blue for my rig.
My biggest gripe about the case is the fan support. The front can accept 3X120mm, 2X140mm, or 1X200mm fans as intake, while the top accepts 3X120mm, 3x140mm, or 2X200mm as exhaust. If you want to use the maximum allowable area for fans to maximize airflow you'll end up with negative air pressure in the case, which is not ideal because it doesn't properly remove heat and pulls dust in through unfiltered gaps. This could have been fixed by increasing the height of the case by 5-10 mm, which would have allowed the front of the case to have the same fan support as the top, and support neutral/positive airflow, which is what's recommended. The extra height would have also given more room above the motherboard to better accommodate a top radiator. The radiator/fan configuration I was hoping to implement was to have a 280mm radiator + 1X140mm fan on the front for intake, 360mm rad on the top for exhaust, 1X140mm rear exhaust fan, and 2X120mm intake fans on the bottom. Unfortunately the case doesn't support this setup and I'll have to either modify the case or come up with a different configuration that will fit.
Another issue is that the bottom of the case only support 2X140mm fans if you have a short power supply. I have a EVGA SuperNova G2, and I can only fit a 2X120mm or 1X120mm and 1X140mm, making it harder to balance out the airflow problems above with bottom mounted fans.
While both the top and front support 360mm radiators, it will not fit them at the same time. If you put a 360mm on one, you can only fit a 280mm rad on the other. I also had to ask this question 3 times on the store page to get a proper answer from the manufacturer (all the other times they just posted the support specs which wasn't sufficient. The manufacturer/store representatives need to start reading the questions asked more carefully before answering).
The gap above the motherboard to route the CPU power cable is large enough, but just barely. Opening it up a couple millimeters more would have been great.
The motherboard stands are just slightly too close to the back of the case causing the PCIe slot covers to get wedged between the motherboard and case, making them very difficult to remove to install my two graphics cards.Shifting them by 0.5-1mm to the front of the case would have fixed this.
The acrylic front panel is tinted a little too dark. It still looks good, and is about what I expected to see after reading previous feedback saying the same issue. You can see your LED fans through it, but it's not going to be glowing enough to illuminate the surrounding walls.
No PCIe extension included to allow the customer to use the vertical graphics card mount out of the box. It needs to be purchased separately.
No included PSU shroud, but for $100 that's reasonable to exclude.
Overall, I really like this case. My biggest complaints are just small issues (although they wouldn't have cost much more in manufacturing to have fixed before production; maybe they could get their QA department to be a little more nit-picky), but once your system is fully built you won't have issues with them. I'm only highlighting these concerns so that you all plan your builds better. All in all, I'd definitely recommend this case.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I honestly wanted to like this case but there are too many flaws with it to actually be worth the money.Read more