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Thermaltake Suppressor F31 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Nov 19, 2015 5:00 pm
TweakTown Rating: 96%Manufacturer: Thermaltake

Hardware & Documentation

 

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In the bag of hardware, we are offered this set of screws and goodies. There is an extra pair of standoffs and a socket for them, a set of hex head screws for the PSU, and a set of four fan screws to use in one of the optional locations. At the bottom are motherboard screws, the ones to the right are pretty much for SSD mounting.

 

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Rather than zip-ties Thermaltake offers five resizable straps that will adjust in many sizes. They send two sheets of isolation washers for HDD installation and even pack a motherboard post speaker.

 

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The user manual offers everything you will need to know. Starting with a parts list, moving through the build, even covering all of the options and modularity along the way, enough to get anyone through a build with this chassis. The other insert is all about the one year term Thermaltake covers this against defects of errors in workmanship.

 

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As we like to do, when the cooling options are so plainly laid out with no explanation needed, we snap an image of that page or pages to rid anyone of doubting what is possible inside of the F31.

 

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Along with the chassis, we were asked to hold on until an optional piece arrived. It is a steel PSU cover that is rounded near the top as it offers two 2.5" drive locations as well as a large grommet for GPU power leads. It is also cut out for the front panel wiring as well as being notched along the back to fit the expansion slots. This option comes along with a $19.99 MSRP, and is fair for the look and features it offers this chassis. It also ships with the screws needed to keep it in place.

 

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The optional storage drive trays are steel, and until we removed them, are locked into place with a thumbscrew. The top of the cover is slotted to accept the tabs on the trays, and both sides offer two screw locations for very secure drive mounting.

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