Hardware & Documentation
The hardware ships in two bags, a smaller one inside of another. In the smaller of the two bags, this is what is included. There are PSU screws, standoffs and a socket, fan screws, motherboard and SSD screws, and optical drive screws.
In the larger bag, we found a set of five adjustable straps to help maintain the wiring. There is a motherboard POST speaker included, as well as foam rubber washers to isolate mechanical drives in the metal 2.5" drive trays.
The manual is done well. Things start off with a list of all the hardware and what it is used for, and then the manual jumps right into how all of the bits are installed. It also shows how to remove the modular components, where they can be moved to, and completely covers the cooling options.
Thermaltake covers both sides of the coin when it comes to cooling. They are sure not only to show which fans can go in each panel, but they were sure also to do the same for radiator options, showing us that without a doubt, you are safe to install anything they are showing here.
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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