Is Thermaltake's new UFO case really out of this world?

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 5, 2011 - 02:30 PM |
Tagged: thermaltake, Thermaltake Spacecraft VF-I, VN60001W2Z

The newest member to Thermaltake's eSPORT lineup of enclosures is the Spacecraft VF-1, a steel mid tower enclosure for mATX and ATX boards.  The red components to the tool less drive installation does add some nice highlights to the interior of your case and the space behind the backplate and back side panel allow you to run your cable behind the scenes to keep a nice clean case.  One unique feature is the ability to securely attach a radiator to the top of the case, which not only makes sense but is a great space saver.  If you feel you could use a UFO under your desk then drop by Benchmark Reviews for a look.

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"What do you look for in a case and what is the most you are willing to spend? Today's case isn't exactly high end and to match that it doesn't have all of the features and extras you would expect if you were shelling out cash in the €100+ range. System builders and budget gamers this one is for you, Thermaltake have released the Spacecraft VF-I Mid-Tower PC Case model VN60001W2Z and online retailers are listing it between €50~€65 and Benchmark Reviews has got an early peek at it. For that price you get a sturdy little case with a small side window, tool free drive mounting, removable air intake filters, room for video cards up to 320mm long, room for CPU coolers up to 168mm tall and also room for a 120.2 (240mm) watercooling radiator in the roof. This should prove to be an interesting review so please read on."

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