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Thermaltake Core V1 Snow Edition Extreme Mini ITX Cube Chassis - $39.99 AR/FS

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Thermaltake Core V1 Snow Edition Extreme Mini ITX Cube Chassis - $39.99 AR/FS

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  • SPCC Extreme Mini ITX Cube Chassis
  • 2 x USB 3.0 / 1 x Headphone / 1 x Mic Ports Front Ports
  • Standard PS2 PSU (not included) Power Supply
  • 2 x 2.5"/3.5" Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
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I don't need this but really want it. Freaking slickdeals.
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It's only $20 off and it's a mail in rebate you have screw with.
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Is this the one that fits inside a Kallax shelf if you remove the feet?
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This was $45.xx at microcenter back in 2019, no rebates. I have the black version. It's a great case for a mini itx board. Room for a large 2 slot video card (check exact measurements). Good air flow and easy to work with. All the panels are interchangeable.

Have htpc guts in it now. Relatively quiet too. Powersupply can be mounted right side up or upside down as needed for air flow. Bottom panel has a filter.

Spent lots of time when shopping for a mini itx case. Wanted something with good air flow. It's a bit on the large side but not overly bulky.
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EDIT: Looks like I was wrong. I have the Thermaltake V21, not the V1.
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i have the suppressor version of this case (no front grille)
i wouldn't recommend this case since there is no cable management and the front fan is noisy and the motor runs rather warm.
the power and disk activity LEDs are super bright (bothersome at night, i covered them with masking tape)
cooling is only handled by 2x80mm fans + power supply.
cpu heatsink height is limited to like 140mm
one positive thing is that it does fit full size (~310mm?) video cards
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Quote from GPz1100 :
This was $45.xx at microcenter back in 2019, no rebates. I have the black version. It's a great case for a mini itx board. Room for a large 2 slot video card (check exact measurements). Good air flow and easy to work with. All the panels are interchangeable.

Have htpc guts in it now. Relatively quiet too. Powersupply can be mounted right side up or upside down as needed for air flow. Bottom panel has a filter.

Spent lots of time when shopping for a mini itx case. Wanted something with good air flow. It's a bit on the large side but not overly bulky.
I can agree with everything you said except I got mine in 2016 at microcenter. I've been looking at Dan cases for toaster size itx but it's like 10x the cost
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Quote from Mr.Keroro :
I can agree with everything you said except I got mine in 2016 at microcenter. I've been looking at Dan cases for toaster size itx but it's like 10x the cost
Don't care much for boutique cases.. Simple and cheap.
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Is this the one that fits inside a Kallax shelf if you remove the feet?
Yes, and you don't need to remove the feet.

I have done many builds in this case, still prefer it over the NR200 for budget builds, would definitely recommend especially at this price

Pro tip for people who don't like the 200mm on front (or want better airflow):
with a little part planning, you can rotate the internal chassis (all panels are interchangeable) and mount 120mm fans at existing ventilation (no drilling new holes) on the bottom and top of the case for much better airflow over the cpu. I built in this recently, 2 front 120mm, 1x120 top and 1x120 bottom with a ryzen 3400g (using stock cooler cause I'm cheap!), it's a great media / light gaming rig for the moment with room to install almost any graphics card...one day
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Wow. Didn't realize companies STILL do these rebate crap. How about just supplying a code if they want to give a discount. They are banking on people to NOT do the rebate so they get to make a sale at non discounted price.

Thanks OP for your efforts for posting the deal but, I will pass

Keep on Slickin' on 🤣
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Picked up the black version of this case from Amazon for $30 a few months ago. Seen it as low as $20 (from Fry's I believe). It's a solid ITX case on a budget, lots of space for a GPU, cooler, fans, PSU, etc., but the desktop footprint is a bit large for ITX as a result. The front fan is garbage, it's a 3-pin 200 mm that is super loud, so changing that out is a must.
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I have this case. It's nice and sleek looking, but it does feel kind of cheap. At the time, I was able to fit my EVGA 1080ti inside it with the front cover still on despite many reviews saying it can't fit. Ended up moving everything over to a nzxt h210i case.
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I just built an OPNsense router in one of these, and have an HTPC in a black version from 3 years ago. Nice compact little cases. You can fit a standard GPU in these, but it'll be snug - for my HTPC I had to grid a few mm off the front fan to fit an EVGA GTX 1080 FTW in.

200mm front fans in both are quiet enough for me, but I might just have a higher tolerance or am starting to go deaf.
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Anyone have any experience or knowledge about using this case (or similar) for a homebuilt NAS?
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