Thermaltake View 37 E-ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case Review

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The Thermaltake View 37 is quite a large case being a mid tower. The actual dimensions are 21.2″ x 10.6″ x 20.6″ (WxHxD). We received a version with “lightning from I/O port” feature so the case has a lighting effect which can be controlled by RGB Lighting Button. The case is mostly made of SECC steel, but it has a unique gull-wing window which gives amazing views and lets you show off all of our components inside from any angle. The case comes in at just over 24 lbs without anything installed. It features two built-in 200 mm 5V ARGB LED front fans and one 120 mm 5V ARGB LED rear fan which are addressable to deliver 16.8 million-color RGB illumination and unparalleled airflow. Also even with all those fans included you still have the option to add more!

The Thermaltake View 37 case was released recently and it manifests the latest technology advancement and captivating aesthetics. It has two internal USB 3.0 connectors, two USB 2.0 connector and one HD audio connector in front rather than the ones that you have to route to the back of your motherboard.One thing that separates this case from many others is the awesome cooling power. The case comes with two huge 200 mm front fans and a single 120 mm rear fan. That is sure a lot of cooling power not to mention you have an option to upgrade the case with additional two 200 mm fans.

The built-in controller offers direct fan speed/light mode/color mode/light speed control over the fans. There is also a built-in memory function allows you to save the color applied and insure the same color selection every time you boot your PC. You can easily change the fan speed, color mode and light mode and speed when you are gaming, and change the color mode and lower the fan speed when you are sleeping or not using your computer.

There are 27 predefined light modes available through the RGB button. The Thermaltake View 37 model comes ready to sync with Light Sync enabled motherboards from Asus, MSI, Gigabyte and AsRock.


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