Thermaltake Reveals Chaser A41 PC Case

Hot on the heels of the introduction of the Chaser A31, Thermaltake has unveiled the Chaser A41. The A41 features the same e-sports-inspired aesthetic as the Chaser A31 but boasts an extra fan (one front intake 120mm, one rear exhaust 120mm fan, and a top fan measuring 200mm), and a 30mm wide cable routing gap for easy cable management.

 

The A41 has the same transparent side panel that offers a view of your system's innards at a quick glace, not to mention space for 4 x 5.25-inch and 1 x 3.5-inch drives via a tool-free drive bay design and an additional 5 x 3.5-inch hidden drive bays. It supports 9.6-inch x 9.6-inch (Micro ATX) and 12-inch x 9.6-inch (ATX) boards, as well as coolers as tall as 175mm and graphics cards as long as 315mm. It's got two USB 3.0 and one HD Audio port, and seven expansion slots.

 

The entire thing weighs just over 17.5lbs, and measures in at 19.5 x 9.9 x 20.1 inches. No word on pricing or availability just yet, but we'll keep you posted.

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  • freggo
    The usual Photo problem.
    Photos in the article are 338px and ofter 2 stages of 'zoom' you get one at 360 pixel.

    If this was a hobby site I'd understand.
    But for one of the leading commercial sites it is just sad, so very sad.
  • beardguy
    @freggo

    Totally agree, Tom's fix your broken "zoom" feature!
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  • freggo
    The usual Photo problem.
    Photos in the article are 338px and ofter 2 stages of 'zoom' you get one at 360 pixel.

    If this was a hobby site I'd understand.
    But for one of the leading commercial sites it is just sad, so very sad.
  • beardguy
    @freggo

    Totally agree, Tom's fix your broken "zoom" feature!
  • halcyon
    Regardless, another toy-looking case from Thermaltake. I miss the days when they made nice cases like the Mozart TX.