Subject: Cases and Cooling | February 5, 2018 - 03:15 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: thermaltake, core 21, view 21, tempered glass
The only difference between the Core 21 and View 21 is the front panel, the Core G21 sports a matte grill while the View 21 offers a smoky glass front panel. This makes it somewhat easier for [H]ard|OCP to review both cases at once. They both offer extensive cooling options, the front can house your choice of to two 140mm fans, three 120mm fans, or a radiator between 120mm to 360mm in size. The top of the case can support a 120 or 140mm fan, the bottom another 120mm fan in addition to having an intake for your PSU, neither can support a radiator, however the rear can accommodate a 120mm fan or rad. $70 is a decent price for a case sporting tempered glass, however [H] did feel Thermaltake should have included more than just a single fan in the package. Get the full details here.
"This is a two-for-one review: Thermaltake's Core 21 and View 21 Tempered Glass Edition cases are identical aside from the front panel. Both cases feature tempered glass panels that show off your build, and we'll find out what difference the drastically different front panel designs have on case performance."
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