Thermaltake Urban S71 Chassis Review

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The chassis interior features the same high quality paint job as the exterior, giving the whole chassis a really nice uniform appearance. There is a good size CPU cooler cut-out, as well as five cable routing holes with rubber grommets, there are also some small cable routing holes on the top right without grommets should you need them.

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Each of the top three 5.25″ bays feature a quick release clip while the fourth features an adaptor bracket that would be suitable for a card reader or similar compact device. The five hard drive trays below that all support 3.5″ and 2.5″ drives.

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The rear of the chassis features a good quality 120mm exhaust fan which comes with a sheathed black cable, keeping nicely with the slick all black design of the chassis. The expansion slot covers are all reusable and feature quick release thumb screws for easy installation.

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The bottom air filter will provide airflow to both the PSU and a 120/140mm fan (optional).

DSC_0208The top of the chassis features a pre-installed 200mm low RPM exhaust fan, but you can mount a pair of 120mm or 140mm fans here, or even a water cooling radiator.

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Around the back there are lots of cable tie loops, more than you normally see on a chassis of this size and this should help keep any excess cable in check, making for a very tidy looking buildd.

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