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Thermaltake Chaser A41 Case Review

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Posted September 16, 2013 by James Taylor in Cases & PSU

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Overview

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Price at time of Review: $96.37 @ Tiger Direct
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Support for a 240mm rad, Removable dust filters, Headset rest, Style
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

A bit expensive, hard plastic feet (with no rubber on bottom), no rubber vibration dampeners on PSU mount
 
BOTTOM LINE:
This case was a little expensive for what it offers, but it is a sexy and very functional case. If you need a case with good cable management and support for a 240mm rad without modding and looks great than this is the case for you!
by James Taylor
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Packaging and Specifications

I’ve always loved it when manufacturers put a little effort into making their packaging standout, and as you will see in the upcoming photos, Thermaltake did just that. In this first shot we have the front of the packaging showing a picture of the Chaser A41. It’s always great to see the case on the front so we can get a good idea of what we are buying while we are in a store.

On the back we see an almost carbon copy of the front.

On the left side of the box we get a few of the Chaser A41 features in 12 different languages.

The right side of the box contains full specs of the Chaser A41.

The next two pics will show the included hardware, user’s manual, and warranty info. The contents are your basic screws, speaker, and five reusable ties.

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