Thermaltake Launches the Chaser A21 Gaming Case
By Cássio Lima on August 29, 2013 - 12:37 AM


Thermaltake has launched another member in Chaser series, the Chaser A21 mid-tower gaming case. With the black metal meshed highlighted with blue fluorescence stripes on the front panel, the Chaser A21 has continued the e-sports appearance and designs inspired by the major motion picture Tron, which helps characterize its originality. The transparent window on the side panel provides a fresh look into the computer. Since gaming hardware produces a lot of heat, this case contains one 120 mm blue LED rear fan for an optimized cooling solution offering extreme airflow and a touch of style and brilliance.

Along with innovative 5.25” and 3.5” tool-free drive bay design in order to minimize the hassles of installing ODD, HDD and SSD devices, Chaser A21 makes installation more handy with less effort. The Advanced Cable Management is designed for easy cable routing and hiding cables behind the motherboard tray, to ensure smoothness of the build and easy maintenance or upgrades, reducing wiring tangles, as well as better airflow and even preventing dust buildup.

The Chaser A21 enables user to build up a complete high-end solution, with a 240 mm radiator liquid cooling system and extra long video card, with ease which helps to protect user’s hardware and increase the CPU’s overclocking potential, most importantly while delivering outstanding performance and efficiency from within the case.


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