Thermaltake V8000A Gaming Case
Buying a case today is like trying to pick out your favorite bag of chips.
Sometimes you feel like a bag of Doritos, or perhaps some Cheetos, but
nonetheless they all give you the same thing in the end. Cases are much like
that, and very seldom does ClubOC get a case that's a bit different then most.
Not that its a bad thing, but its hard to really distinguish one case from the
next unless it has some good features like aluminum construction, fans, side
windows, etc. Once you finally choose the case you want, what usually happens is
you grab some CC lights, illuminated fans, and trick it out with some blow
holes, and fan controllers. Well what if I were to tell you that you just don't
have to go there anymore, you can get it all in one fell swoop? Well after
spending some time with this new offering from Thermaltake I'll be the first to
say I have never seen a case you can buy with this much stuff. Its simply
remarkable to see a company like Thermaltake pay so much attention to what we
want, and not what we need. The V8000A case is the Ferrari of cases. You
get overclocking, functionality, and good looks in one nice and affordable
package. Lets take a look...
V8420AU Drive Bays 10
External 5 x 5.25", 2 x 3.5"
Internal 3 x3.5"
Case Type Gaming Tower
Side Panel X type window Color Silver
Net Weight 6.7kg (14.77lb) Expansion Slots 7
(H*W*D) 490 x 205x 580 mm Motherboards Micro ATX, Standard ATX & Extended
Supply Option N/A Silent PurePower
420W Thermal Test Tambient: 38°C ,
Intel thermal requirement validated
(5 Fans) Top 80x80x25 mm fan, 2050rpm, 21dBA (exhaust)
Front 80x80x25 mm fan, 2050rpm, 21dBA (intake)
Side Up 90x90x25mm, speed adjustable fan, 1300rpm~3000rpm (intake)
Side Down 90x90x25 mm fan,1800rpm, 21dBA. (intake)
Rear 90x90x25 mm, speed adjustable fan, 1300rpm~3000rpm (exhaust)
Material Chassis 1.0 mm Aluminum
Front Door Plastic
USB & 1394 firewire Dual USB2.0, IEEE1394 Firewire, audio & speaker ports
EL Lamp WinGo EL lamp with 3-way function inverter (on/off / flash mode/