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Thermaltake - Core V71 ATX Full Tower Case

( 4.6 Average / 16 Ratings )





Core V71

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ATX Full Tower

Includes Power Supply


External 5.25" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

ATX, EATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

12.20" (310mm) With Drive Cages
15.75" (400mm) Without Drive Cages


22.99" x 9.09" x 21.97"

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powellbm86 21 points 27 months ago
from completed build Black & Blue Subtlety 2.0

Great case. Lots of possibilities. Windows scratches really easy, so... Replace it with something better. $20 for some double sided tape and glass from Lowes.

jalarson5 24 points 15 months ago
from completed build Penumbra v2

Great case. Spacious and plenty of cooling options. I can fit all three 200mm fans in with a push/pull config for a CPU cooler, which is amazing. (room for more fans, actually) The plexiglass does scratch easily, and Thermaltake does not have any plans for giving it a tempered glass version. You can go with custom glass, or be careful.

I would like to see a model with slightly different textures and smaller holes, but this is a near perfect case, especially for a first build. This case is HUGE!

Unoepsada 14 points 14 months ago
from completed build VR dominator/1440p Monster

amazing case! came with 3 200mm blue led fans, i bought another to make it four. Since then i have replaced all of the blue 200mm fans with the noctua industrial 140mm's (they were not a perfect fit but i made it work) this case has ALOT of room to work with. i love that it has a dust filter everywhere except the back of the case. the swivel design of the side doors helps when trying to jam all of my cables in the side panel. I only wish there were alot more tie downs on the side so i could do a little better job of cable management.......then again maybe i just suck lol.

glimerman 17 points 14 months ago
from completed build The ReMake

i love this case but after 2 years its getting a little outdated ., but great case and lots of room and airflow

stonedboss 13 points 13 months ago

I got this case mostly for the four 200mm fans, but in general the total amount of fan spots and the customization for cooling. I have a LOT of open space in this case- all of my wires are hidden and it was the easiest thing to do. Thus far it has been the easiest case I have worked on in general.

There are some downsides though, which keep it from being 5 stars. There is no hotswap bay which sucks. There is only 1 front drive bay, with a second extremely tiny bay (I had to cut my fan controller in half to fit). The built in fan settings are crap (high/low) and only work for the stock fans supposedly. I had to cut off part of one of my 200mm fans for them both to fit on the top.

Overall I do like the case a lot, but I would buy something different if I had to get a new case today. I would rate it 3/5 but I knew about the majority of the shortcomings beforehand, so I cannot fault the case for that.