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Chaser A71 VP400M1W2N
 
Reviewed by : Legit Reviews Date : 2013/08/26

Legit Bottom Line: If a mid-tower case is not large enough for you, the next step up is a full tower.  The Chaser A71 has the space needed to support the components that enthusiasts want.  Plenty of cooling options, an integrated hard drive dock, support for the longest video cards, high quality construction and Superspeed USB 3.0 support makes this one case that won’t let you down.

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Chaser A71 VP400M1W2N
 
Reviewed by : Funky IT Date : 2013/08/07

"Thermaltake has mostly gotten bigger and better with the new Chaser, but with the added space and features comes a bigger, not-so-better price.  With an average retail price of $140 USD, it's not outrageous but perhaps $20-30 more than what you'd usually pay. "

"Really, what more can I say?  Full-tower cases are actually quite nice to have when you can afford them.  All the extra space does come in handy when you want to buy a lot of stuff and need somewhere to put it without it getting in the way of anything else.  Is the Thermaltake Chaser A71 the best chassis on the market?  Well, in my opinion it's OK, and definitely worth considering if you're after a gaming chassis. It's decent enough and gives you much of what you'd expect for the price range. '

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Chaser A71 VP400M1W2N
 
Reviewed by : Benchmark Reviews Date : 2013/08/02

"For under $126 (Amazon / Newegg) you are getting a chassis that has a multitude of positives. For some of us, it’s hard to justify getting to that price-point for a case, but you have to consider what you are getting. And, it is the kind of case that can grow with you as you expand and upgrade. When all is said and done, there is so many positive things to say about the Thermaltake Chaser A71, and very little to complain about, unless you want to get really picky. In honesty, it might be more case than what some people need. However, it is worth every penny of the asking price, and I highly recommend this case, especially to those planning on a moderate to high-end build, or are planning to eventually modify/expand."
 

Pros: + modest, yet attractive design + excellent stock cooling solution + hot-swap drive + tool-less design + superior cable management + highly expandable + space, space, and more space + whisper quiet fans + built like a tank
 

Ratings: Performance: 9.00 Appearance: 8.75 Construction: 9.50 Functionality: 9.00 Value: 8.75 Final Score: 9.0 out of 10.

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Chaser A71 VP400M1W2N
 
Reviewed by : Overclockers.com Date : 2013/07/29

<p>Good filtration, the Easy Hot-Swap bay, awesome cable management potential, and an easily accessible I/O area just add to the value of this case. Speaking of value, the Chaser A71 is currently priced at $139.99 at Newegg, which is a very attractive price for a case with this feature set all built into a full tower design.</p>

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Chaser A71 VP400M1W2N
 
Reviewed by : Tweak Town Date : 2013/07/01

When it comes down to the all mighty dollar, and we have to get back to the pricing, I still feel, maybe even more so, that the Chaser A71 from Thermaltake is feature rich, aesthetically appealing, a pleasure to work with, and for $139.99 that most people are listing it for, I not only think it is money well spent, but I strongly urge you to go out and at least look at one - the images are close, but they just don't do this case the justice it deserves in my humble opinion.

 

Performance - 98%

Quality including Design and Build - 95%

General Features - 99%

Bundle and Packaging - 99%

Value for Money - 97%

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Chaser A71 VP400M1W2N
 
Reviewed by : Game Zoom Date : 2013/06/18

Pro

+ Very good workmanship

+ Generous storage space

+ Quick assembly

+ Top Airflow

+ Very quiet

+ USB 3.0 Internal

+ SATA hot swap

+ 12V ATX extension

+ Very nice optics

+ Matching weight

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