Neoseeker.com Forum Thread: Thermaltake Chaser MK-1 Case Review - page 1

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Author:   leochan
Date:   Sep 07, 11 at 5:21am (PST)
Subject:   Thermaltake Chaser MK-1 Case Review
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The MK-1 is designed exclusively for gamers and PC enthusiasts who prefer an aggressive design over the traditional square-shaped cases. At launch the Galaxy Episode Chaser MK-1 will have an MSRP of $159, which is reasonable for a high-end full-sized gaming tower. If you're in the market for a new case to house your gaming hardware, be sure to read our review and see what the MK-1 has to offer.

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Author:   TheRik
Date:   Oct 17, 11 at 12:09am (PST)
Subject:   re: Thermaltake Chaser MK-1 Case Review
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Great review!

I noticed that you used the H100 for cooling.

I'm considering using the H100 with this case but noticed your comment in the review, "This area can also accommodate an internal or external 240mm radiator, but the unconventional design of the fan cutouts makes installation a bit awkward."

Is there any advice you can give me that may help my installation?

Thanks in advance!



Author:   Vagabond
Date:   Oct 17, 11 at 2:02am (PST)
Subject:   re: Thermaltake Chaser MK-1 Case Review
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quote TheRik
Great review!

I noticed that you used the H100 for cooling.

I'm considering using the H100 with this case but noticed your comment in the review, "This area can also accommodate an internal or external 240mm radiator, but the unconventional design of the fan cutouts makes installation a bit awkward."

Is there any advice you can give me that may help my installation?

Thanks in advance!
Hi,

Thanks for checking out the review!

Installation is actually very straight forward, and I was really just referring to the positioning of the rad. Since the top is built to accommodate 200mm fans the screw holes for the 120mm fans (the ones used to install a rad) are pushed off to the side. This positions the rad to the side of the case as opposed to being centralized like most cases. Even so installation is a breeze, but if you have any issues send me a PM and I will help out.


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