Thermaltake reveals new View 31 TG mid-tower chassis

Thermaltake shows off its latest high-end mid-tower cases at CES 2017.

@DeekeTweak
Published Thu, Jan 5 2017 4:22 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:57 AM CST

CES 2017 - Thermaltake has showcased its latest duo of tempered glass mid-tower PC cases, the View 31 TG and View 31 TG RGB.

The View 31 TG Series cases are built for performance gamers, featuring ample room for AIO liquid cooling setups and optimum cooling with tons of fan options. Both cases are specifically built for dual GPU placement, and even supports vertical video card placement with dual PCIe slots, as well as an optional GPU bracket to prevent sagging on longer cards. Dual 4mm tempered glass panels turn your gaming rig into a spectacle, especially if you opt for colorful coolants.

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Both models have ample space for solutions to cool high-end builds, with lots of custom fan size flexibility. As far as radiator space goes, the cases can fit radiators up to 360mm in length in the front and top. The View 31 TG comes with two pre-installed 140mm Riing 14 LED fans, whereas the View 31 TG RGB rocks three 140mm Riing 14 RGB fans.

Check below for a fan and radiator compatibility schematic, as well as specifications for each case.

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