Almost a year ago Thermaltake announced its Core V51 chassis, but it isn't old just yet. Today, Thermaltake introduced the Core V51 Riing Edition Window Green, and no, the second "i" in "Riing" isn't a mistake.
This case is essentially a Core V51 with a change of theme and a couple of upgrades. Rather than being plain black, it is green, and it comes with green accents all over the place. The front and top grills are green, the drive cages have green accents, and the included fans have green accents, too – all perfect for an Nvidia-themed build.
Inside the case you'll be able to pack up to an E-ATX motherboard, and with its eight expansion slots it has room for up to quad-SLI or CrossFire setups. The case has two 5.25" drive bays, and five 3.5" hard drive bays.
The case is also "LCS-Certified" by Thermaltake itself, which essentially means that it has excellent support for water cooling gear. There is room for up to a 420 mm radiator up top, a 360 mm unit in the front, a 240 mm radiator in the bottom, and a 120 mm exhaust.
Of course, as with any case, you can't fit all of the above hardware at the same time, so do be sure to check beforehand to make sure that there are no clashes.
Thermaltake includes three fans with the case, all of which are green 140 mm Riing fans. These are air-movers with a high static pressure, and they have a ring that spans around the frame that lights up in green. The fans run at 1400 RPM, or 1000 RPM with the low-noise adapter in use. There is also heaps more room for additional fans.
Thermaltake did not reveal pricing or availability, although you can expect a small premium over the standard Core V51, which sells for between $110 and $120, depending on where you get it.