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Thermaltake - Chaser MK-I ATX Full Tower Case

( 4.5 Average / 28 Ratings )





Chaser MK-I

Part #





ATX Full Tower

Includes Power Supply


External 5.25" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length



22.87" x 9.29" x 22.36"

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


OriginalWolf 19 points 31 months ago
from completed build FX-Speedriver

Hot Swap Deck, Extra LED's, Fans, Buttons for Reset or Colour, Low and High Fan Speed, you can't really beat this beautiful thing, especially the headset holder.

Marioman1 5 points 31 months ago
from completed build The Screamer Mk-1

I liked the aesthetics of this case, and wanted a full tower due to how roomy they were. The filters are nice to have to reduce the amount of dust that gets into the case, especially with how dusty my house gets. Inside the case would be much worse dust-wise without them. I also like the LEDs on the machine and the HDD dock which I found to be more useful to me than I thought. However, I noticed that the locking mechanism of the front bays didn't work for all but the top one, so the DVD drive and card reader needed to be screwed in the old fashioned way. The exhaust fan that came with the case also showed signs of dying recently by it having a hard time starting up when powering on the computer or waking from sleep, so I replaced it with another one. The replacement fan only has blue LEDs and doesn't shift colors like the other ones, but I keep it on blue all the time anyway so it didn't matter much to me.

Cable management was easy with this machine outside of the 8-pin EPS power connector, which wouldn't reach to the motherboard when brought from the back, and the extension cord that comes with the case had a hard time fitting into the connector on my motherboard, but I managed to do it. Overall, a few QA issues with this case, but none that I would consider deal-breakers.

pyramid86 3 points 26 months ago
from completed build I7 BLUE

Good case but only 2 stars due to the fact that trying to find a 200 x 200 x 30mm thermaltake Colorshift fan is dam near impossible. It only comes with 2, good luck trying to find the other 2.

BecauseNyx 7 points 22 months ago
from completed build Wynaut (under construction)

i was going to get the CHASER A71 (it has one more fan) so far the case seems nice and sturdy, but was a pain getting out of the box (i hate Styrofoam). the disk cases are nice and i didn't have any issues locking the hdd into place. i tested putting the psu in, and it doesn't look like it will be moving around at all, however, the top left screw hole is misaligned. the power button is a little wiggly, dont know if thats just a design flaw or a defect though. havent acqired the rest of my pc yet so ill update when its running.