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Thermaltake introduces dual-swing door full-tower: Urban T81

Thermaltake Urban Series' new full-tower allows multiple fan and radiator setup installation, along with 'suicide style' left sidepanel design.

Published Mon, Mar 10 2014 4:09 AM CDT   |   Updated Mon, Oct 19 2020 8:15 PM CDT

Thermaltake brought up a full-tower in its Urban Series: Urban T81. According to the company, the case is designed to provide enthusiasts to build 'highest performing system' while sticking to simple appearance.

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The left sidepanel designed is inspired by automotive 'suicide doors'. One panel with a lock is for the motherboard tray area, and another one dedicated for the HDD bay. The full-tower supports eATX form factor motherboards and has a very large support list for multiple fans and multiple radiator support.

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The case supports front 360mm/top 420mm or front 420mm/top 360mm radiators along with 120mm radiator for the rear and 120/240mm radiators on the bottom, ensuring the users get variety of options to install radiators of their preference.

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The specifications are as follows:

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