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Thermaltake Core V51 Review – Great for big housing systems
Thermal Takes Core V51 is clearly intended for the so-called enthusiast segment, as gamers and overclockers. The housing offers, especially for a midtower, plenty of space to accommodate your hardware. In fact, you can label the V51 almost like little full tower. Space for EATX boards, large video cards and power supplies is long enough, but the housing excels in water cooling capability. Large radiators and ditto reservoirs can be divided without difficulty.
Extensive water cooling options
Tweakers zegt: goed!
Price at time of publication: € 90, –
Tested version: Thermaltake CORE V51 Mid-Tower Chassis
The last case of the Taiwanese Thermaltake we reviewden, the Level 10 GT was now again a few years ago. High time to a housing of the company, founded in 1999, again subject to our tests.
Thermaltake Core V51
The victim, a term which we want do not pass judgment until we have tested the enclosure is the Core V51. Thermaltake has provided this case his hallmark for water cooling; the V51 is Tt LCS Certified. This gives the company the right target group for the V51; Core V51 is designed for the “enthusiastic market” and the company promises to unlock the overclocking potential of the processor.
This must be done in an enclosure that houses a high-end system, with support for radiators for water cooling to 420mm long graphics cards and excellent cooling. Time to test by building our test system in the V51 and measure the performance claims.Viewing:-141
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