Thermaltake VN300M1W2N Chaser MK-I Full Tower Gaming Case
With the Thermaltake VN300M1W2N Chaser MK-I Full Tower Gaming Case, you never compromise quality for affordability. Packed with features mostly found in high-end cases, the Thermaltake VN300M1W2N Chaser MK-I Full Tower Gaming Case makes a reliable gaming case without the hefty price tag. This tower gaming case features four external 5.25" drive bays, internal 3.5" drive bays, and eight expansion slots to let you install your components. This gaming case works well with Micro ATX and ATX motherboards, allowing you to build a powerful rig for optimal gaming experience. Purchase the Thermaltake VN300M1W2N Chaser MK-I Full Tower Gaming Case today.
What It Is And Why You Need It:
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Computer Case Specifications
|Form Factor||ATX Full-Tower|
|Side Panel Type||Swivel Door with Tranparent Window|
|Special Features||Multicolor LED Fans|
|External 5.25" Drive Bays||4|
|Internal 3.5" Drive Bays||6|
|Front USB Ports||4|
|USB Type||USB 2.0|
|140mm Fans Included||1|
|Other Fans Included||2x 200mm Fans|
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Ideal case for me
I needed a case that would take my drives and have great cooling. It also needed to take the radiator for my liquid cooling. I was positively impressed when I received the case. I added a second top fan in 10 minutes. The cables are easily hidden behind the motherboard in a separate division of the case so all looks tidy. The colored lights are a bit over the top but they can be set to not flash and change. Everything is really easy to access because of the large case size. I think this is a great case.
Lots of room (using a nh-d14 cou cooler), standard layout, good cable management area, lots of extra screws included for hard drives and 4 extra screws for the extra fan slot on top. Only thing i notice to consider but did not bother me is that the fans that come with the case are controlled by the front pannel but it seems that you cant control any other fans from the front if you buy them separately unless there are some hidden fan plugs up in the front pannel pcb, but the bios can control them easily anyways.
It was larger then I thought it would be. It holds all my extra case fans and liquid cooling for my cpu and gpu.
This case is big, it's cool, and it's awesome. I seen a review where they said hard drives are not hot swappable. You have to enable AHCI on your motherboard in order for it to be hot swappable. But beware, you will have to format your hard drive with the BIOS set this way, otherwise windows won't boot.
Love it, but ...
Lots of room, great overall, but I really don't like that I basically need to pop off both sides of the case to get to the 2.5 enclosures. Outside of that, I love the case.
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