The Thermaltake name, logo, and slogan are all found at the top in the thin black band. There is a thicker band below broken up by the rendering and LCS certification icon of the Core X31. Then, along the bottom, Thermaltake offers their site address to look for this chassis before buying it off the shelf.
On this side of the box, we are again given all of the naming up top, with a much smaller rendering in the middle of this panel. Nearer to the bottom, we are offered a list of features which is repeated many times in various languages.
As Thermaltake likes to do on a lot of their boxes, they provide an exploded diagram of the Core X31. The diagram shows all of the panels, removable bits, supplied cooling, and answered any questions you may have had about the design.
The last side of the packaging starts off just like its opposing panel, but this time at the bottom, there is a slightly condensed specifications chart to the one we covered earlier.
With plastic wrapped around each foot, found clinging to the inside and outside of the window, and then a bag encompassing the entire chassis, rubbing and abrading is kept from causing any damages. To be able to deliver a chassis in pristine condition like ours is, they also use thick Styrofoam end caps to take the big hits from transit. As rough as our box looked, the Core X31 inside arrived unharmed.
PRICING: You can find the Thermaltake Core X31 Mid-Tower Chassis for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing, but can change at any time. Click the link below to see real-time pricing for the best deal:
United States: The Thermaltake Core X31 Mid-Tower Chassis retails for $90 at Amazon.
United Kingdom: The Thermaltake Core X31 Mid-Tower Chassis retails for £83 at Amazon UK.
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