Thermaltake Chaser A31

Overall and Final Verdict

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The coloring of the Thunder Edition caught our eye at CES and looks amazing once we finally got it in our hands. The blue is brilliant and stand out uniquely among the crowd as Thermaltake has managed to match the plastic parts flawlessly with the steel ones which is no easy feat. Aesthetic aside, the small device bin was a simple and yet amazingly functional addition to the case and the sheer amount of expansion options available in this mid tower is a boon.

One of the very few negatives I encountered was with the installation of my power supply. My particular model runs slightly long and because of that I was unable to install a 120mm case fan in the bottom for more air flow so that is something to watch out for but it is far from a deal breaker.

At the price point, the A31 is one of the most impressive mid towers in recent memory and when it comes right down to it, I feel there is nothing better a reviewer can say about a product than to make it their own. Keep any of the Chaser A31 models in mind if you find yourself in the market for a new case.


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Deb0 replied the topic: #32948 25 Sep 2013 22:13
You may have seen it at v13, now see the full report of the Thermaltake Chaser A31.

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