Thermaltake outs View 27 computer case

Thermaltake outs View 27 computer case

Thermaltake has announced a new computer chassis days after the company presented the Core G3 PC case. The new chassis is called View 27 and comes with a number of interesting features. For instance the case has a large side panel, which turns into the top panel. The resulting large side-top panel also features a large window, which shows the case internals. The front panel is made of semi-translucent plastic that also allows people to see what’s inside the View 27.

Specs-wise the View 27 is a mid-tower case that measures 479 x 201 x 508 mm. The case weighs 6.4 kilograms and supports ATX or smaller motherboards as well as 410 mm long video cards (given that there isn’t a front cooling fan). The case offers 10 expansion slots two of which are situated parallel to the case, which means that if you install an expansion card there you will have to use a special adapter. The View 27 can take four 2.5-inch drive, two 2.5-inch or 3.5 inch drives and coolers that are up to 155 mm high. The case also puts the PSU at the bottom and provides dust filters in its front section.

The Thermaltake View 27 ships with a single 120 mm cooling fan that spins at 1000 rpm and that makes 16 dB of noise. This fan is located at the back of the case but you can add up to three more cooling fans on the front panel and one to the side. Up front you can also install a liquid cooler with a 360 mm radiator and at the back the radiator must be up to 120 mm long.

The price and the availability date of the Thermaltake View 27 PC case are still unknown.

Source: Thermaltake

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