Thermaltake unveils Urban S41 mid-tower case

Thermaltake Technology, known for making various PC hardware including cooling solutions and chassis, has unveiled its latest mid-tower PC chassis known as Urban S41.

The Urban S41 has a very sleek look and comes in pure black all around. Made of SECC steel the chassis is available in two versions – one with a window in the side panel and another without it.

The new Thermaltake chassis measures 516 x 220 x 520 mm and as such is fully compatible with ATX and Micro-ATX boards. It offers four external 5.25-inch drive bays and five internal 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive bays. The unusual thing about the Thermaltake Urban S41 is that it has an on-top dock for a SATA drive too – so you can plug and unplug a SATA hard drive right on top of the case.

Inside the Urban S41 provides enough room for seven PCI cards and graphics cards as long as 315 mm (up to 435 mm with no internal hard drive bays). Up front you also get two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0 ports as well as 3.5 mm audio jacks.

Cooling is handled by three pre-installed fans – one 120 mm fan on the front panel, one rear 120 mm fan and one 200 mm on top. All fans spin at up to 1000 rpm and produce as much as 16 dBa of noise. Users can install a fourth fan in case of need – this one resides on the bottom of the case.

The Thermaltake Urban S41 is available now. Pricing is unknown.


Source: Thermaltake

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