Thermaltake Chaser A71 Internal Feature Details
If you’ve read this review in its entirety to this point or if you are already familiar with this computer case, you are well aware of the fact that Thermaltake made ventilation a priority on the Chaser A71. Pulling off the front bezel, you can see one of the three 200mm fans that was pre-installed. Even though this fan sits in front of the HDD rack, the rack was smartly designed to allow air to be drawn in by this fan and greatly contribute to the cooling process.
The top of the chassis is home to yet another 200mm fan, this one having blue LED illumination. There are plenty of other cooling configurations that can be implemented here, since there are holes for a pair of 120mm or 140mm fans. This space will also accept a 120mm or 240mm radiator liquid cooling system, if you so desire. Thermaltake also took more preventative measures to keep dust out by providing a nice mesh screen up there.
The left-side panel houses the third and final pre-installed 200mm fan. It is a blue LED-illuminated fan just like its counterpart presented above. I think a fan on the side panel is a good idea; yet, I would prefer a hinged door to add to the convenience factor.
We were able to see the bottom of the case earlier. Here’s a look at the bottom of the case from the inside. This gives you a better view of the area where the PSU will be mounted. The PSU will be slightly suspended from the bottom surface by some tabs and bumps. You will also notice that there are holes to mount additional 120mm or 140mm fans. You can see the removable dust filter as well.
Next, let’s put some components in the Thermaltake Chaser A71 so you can get yet another perspective of how much room this chassis provides to a builder.