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Thermaltake Core V71 Full-Tower Chassis Review - Accessories and Documentation

Thermaltake Core V71 Full-Tower Chassis Review
The newest chassis from Thermaltake hits the lab, and we take a tour of the Core V71. Follow on as Chad tells us all about this new full-tower case.
| Full-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Apr 7, 2014 10:08 pm
TweakTown Rating: 98%Manufacturer: Thermaltake

Accessories and Documentation

 

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In the hardware bag, we were given we find four long screws for 30mm thick fans like the 200mm fans already installed, a socket to install the four extra standoffs or to remove some of the nine already installed, and ODD screws. The bottom row offers PSU screws, typical fan screws, motherboard screws, and a handful of 2.5-inch drive screws.

 

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Since this chassis is so tall, Thermaltake provides us with an 8-pin extension cable that has both 4-pin and 8-pin tails on it. They also ship a motherboard post speaker and five adjustable wire retaining straps.

 

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The manual, to the left, is very thorough. Things start off with a parts list; it then takes you through all the installation procedures and ends with a bit of the wiring diagram. At the end, it also shows all of the fan and water cooling options that this chassis offers to simplify or guide you through that, too. To the right is the warranty insert covering what can and cannot be done to the chassis to make a claim on the two-year warranty offered.

 

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When using the blue drive trays for 3.5-inch drives, you simply flex the tray around the drive using the black pins to line up with screw holes. When mounting a 2.5-inch drive, to get the screws to line up, the clip has to be removed to let the drive sit flush to the edge.

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