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Thermaltake Launches the Urban S31 Case

The Thermaltake Urban S31 mid-tower chassis is built from SECC with a brushed aluminum finish, supports a maximum of ATX-sized motherboards, and will be offered both with and without a windowed side-panel. The latter option is advertised as offering better acoustic dampening for a quieter operation. 

Thermaltake ships the chassis with two 120 mm 1,000 RPM cooling fans with dust filters that are rated to produce a maximum of 16 dBA, and the Urban S31 has support for an additional four 120 mm fans, grommets for water cooling and computability with CPU coolers of up to 155 mm in height.

Finally, the case has space for graphics cards of up to 410 mm in length, three 5.25" drive bays, six 3.5" / 2.5" drives and an additional 3.5" or 2.5" drive via the case's top-mounted "hot-swap" docking station. The front panel I/O further includes two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and the standard HD audio connectors.

The Thermaltake Urban S31 is expected to retail with a recommended price of €95 ($124).

  • UVB076
    WOW! It has COMPUTABILITY for CPU coolers up to 155mm!
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  • wildkitten
    I really like that top, built-in dock for extrernal drives. A nice feature to have without needing to worry about hooking up to a USB/eSATA port and using another power outlet.
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  • anxiousinfusion
    If they're still going to support mechanical media they might as well go all the way and provide bays for tape drives. And maybe a record player while they're at it.
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  • A Bad Day
    Um, aren't vertical-mounted hard drives are more susceptible to motor burnout?
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  • runswindows95
    A Bad DayUm, aren't vertical-mounted hard drives are more susceptible to motor burnout?
    The docks are mostly for data transfers and/or recovery. Not designed for long-term usage.
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  • osamabinrobot
    thats a real good looking case
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  • JJ1217
    Man if that case has a window similar to the one on the 600T, I'd buy it instantly.
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  • Devoteicon
    Man, did anyone else think that was a vertically mounted optical drive on top? I've couldn't of been the only one...
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  • acerace
    This case is prettier than any Fractal Design's cases. Seems like Thermaltake knows what the consumers want.
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  • loops
    slow clap....

    i'd bite
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