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Thermaltake Core V1 Extreme Mini ITX Cube Case EXPIRED

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Fry's has Thermaltake Core V1 Extreme Mini ITX Cube Case (CA-1B8-00S1WN-00) on sale for $44.99 - $20 Rebate = $24.99. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks sr71

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I have this case and like it quite a bit. Nowhere near the quality of my Fractal case, but a good value at full price. Great deal at this price. If you're looking for a small form factor that can fit a full size graphics card and still maintain excellent air cooling capabilities, this case is certainly worth a try.
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I have this case and like it quite a bit. Nowhere near the quality of my Fractal case, but a good value at full price. Great deal at this price. If you're looking for a small form factor that can fit a full size graphics card and still maintain excellent air cooling capabilities, this case is certainly worth a try.
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I have this case and like it quite a bit. Nowhere near the quality of my Fractal case, but a good value at full price. Great deal at this price. If you're looking for a small form factor that can fit a full size graphics card and still maintain excellent air cooling capabilities, this case is certainly worth a try.
+2 This is a really good case at a really good price. I've built two systems with it. The air cooling is extremely good as well..
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Lowest it's been in a while. Usually $30 AR.
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+2 This is a really good case at a really good price. I've built two systems with it. The air cooling is extremely good as well..
+3 I love this case. As long as you only need the one PCI slot on the mini ITX mobo, it's perfect. Plenty of room for stashing cables without overly complex cable management. You can use the window inserts or not, so it can "look" like a gaming PC or not. Some people ask me if it's a speaker as I have it proudly displayed out in the open, not hidden in a cabinet.

Cooling relies on an included, super large (200mm?) fan in the front of the case pulling air in. The case is very open with a lot of ventilation, but as long as you keep positive pressure inside the case (slightly less exhaust fan flow than the built in intake fan flows in), the only dust accumulation is on the front of the intake fan, which is easily hit with the vacuum with no disassembly.

10/10 would build with this case again.

Edit: corrected my typos and poor memory of certain specs
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I have this case, be sure to replace the front fan as its unnecessarily gigantic and noisy. Also, both sides are perforated so you may hear slight hum from the fans inside such as cpu cooler and rear exhaust.
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I have this case and like it quite a bit. Nowhere near the quality of my Fractal case, but a good value at full price. Great deal at this price. If you're looking for a small form factor that can fit a full size graphics card and still maintain excellent air cooling capabilities, this case is certainly worth a try.
Can it literally fit any single graphics card or are there some that are too big?
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I have this case, be sure to replace the front fan as its unnecessarily gigantic and noisy. Also, both sides are perforated so you may hear slight hum from the fans inside such as cpu cooler and rear exhaust.
Huh? Bigger fans are usually more quiet than their smaller counterparts. No way to have it run at a low RPM?
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it's actually a 200mm fan, btw

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+3 I love this case. As long as you only need the one PCI slot on the mini ITX mobo, it's perfect. Plenty of room for stashing cables without overly complex cable management. You can use the window inserts or not, so it can "look" like a gaming PC or not. Some people ask me if it's a speaker as I have it proudly displayed out in the open, not hidden in a cabinet.

Cooling relies on an included, super large (120mm? 140mm?) fan in the front of the case pulling air in. The case is very open with a lot of ventilation, but as long as you keep positive pressure inside the case (slightly less exhaust fan flow than the built in intake fan flows in), the only dust accumulation is on the front of the intake fan, which is easily hit with the vacuum with no disassembly.

10/10 would build with this case again.
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I have this case and because of the design, it cools better than most mid tower full size ATX cases.

I got an h80i v2 in push pull, 2 80mm fans in the rear exhausting, and an RTX 2060 with plenty of room for a larger card. In the southern US, I get 28C idle.
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Can it literally fit any single graphics card or are there some that are too big?
It will take full-size cards but anything with a "modern art" shroud will likely not fit. A Sapphire RX will barely fit with simple surgery on the case...and it's a pretty compact card already.

But it really is a great case.. for $25 or (44 for the white ) it looks clean and the massive fan is a nice bonus.
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It will take full-size cards but anything with a "modern art" shroud will likely not fit. A Sapphire RX will barely fit with simple surgery on the case...and it's a pretty compact card already.

What do you mean by "modern art shroud"?


Would most 2060/2070 cards fit?
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Would this fit a Gigabyte 1070 GV-N1070G1 3 fan?
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Anybody else get a web page blocked when trying to check out?
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