Reviewed: Thermaltake Core V71 - Conclusion Featured


The street price for the Thermaltake Core V71 is $199 so it isn't cheap but it's aimed at a certain section of the market and is a specialist case. For what you get in the box and the versatility of the design, the price is about right

Final Thoughts

I enjoyed how easily the test build went together and the ease of cable management. The window, lighting and airflow are impressive and if you are neat with your cables, even the most basic components should look good in the Core V71.

Although this is one big PC case, there really is a lot of room inside and it's open space that you can access and actually use - the case makes a statement and if you want to own one, just make sure that you have room for it.

It's a solid option for anyone looking for a large case and wanting the flexibility to do some custom cooling without needing to pull out a Dremel.


Thermaltake Core V71


Highly configurable for radiators and fans
Flawless build quality
Good LED lighting with the included fans and an LED on/off switch
Built in 2 stage fan controller
Lots of space inside the case for fast and easy building
Completely modular drive bays/cages


The front drive bays are separated which limits dual bay devices or reservoirs

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