Thermaltake has added a new entry to their “Urban” chassis lineup, and it looks very cool:
From the minimalist front cover, to the monotone matte grey, I think it looks great. The swinging doors give it a unique touch, and may even be useful for tweaking. I’m sure it’s mostly there for looks, and that’s just fine in my opinion.
As you can see, there is enough room for two 420mm liquid coolers, along with a 140mm at the back, and even a 280 at the bottom! The drive bays are 100% modular, and the case allows you to install as many or as few as you want. We are finally starting to see optical bayless cases, and that’s great. More importantly, that space is being used for something useful. However, I’m not quite sure where the hard drives are installed in this particular setup…
There are plenty of USB ports on the top, along with fan speed controls. This is one of the more robust towers we’ve seen from Thermaltake. If you are building a high end OC system, this should be able to take your hardware about as far as it could possibly go on air or liquid.