View 27 Thermaltake Gull Wing Windowed PC Gaming Midi Case was £64.99 NOW £44.99 (FREE C+C, Otherwise £5.48 Delivery via DPD) @ Scan
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View 27 Thermaltake Gull Wing Windowed PC Gaming Midi Case was £64.99 NOW £44.99 (FREE C+C, Otherwise £5.48 Delivery via DPD) @ Scan

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Found 8th Jun 2017
Not gonna lie, I'm kind of in love with this case. If I was building another PC, this would be on the top of the wishlist for me.

Had a quick scan about (get it?) and this seems to be the cheapest I could find.


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Thermaltake View 27 Gull-Wing Window ATX Mid-Tower Chassis
Build up your liquid cooling system with the newest series of Thermaltake case line – The View 27 Gull-Wing Window Mid-Tower chassis. Unlike any other cases that come with a transparent panel on the market, the gull-wing window design allows users to fully display their system whilst keeping the interior dust free. With support for the latest PC hardware, AIO and DIY liquid cooling solutions, the View 27 is perfectly made either for entry-level users or for PC enthusiasts.

Tt LCS Certified
Tt LCS Certified is a Thermaltake exclusive certification applied to only products that pass the design and hardcore enthusiasts standards that a true LCS chassis should be held to. The Tt LCS certification was created so that we at Thermaltake can designate to all power users which chassis have been tested to be best compatible with extreme liquid cooling configurations to ensure you get the best performance from the best features and fitment.

Gull-Wing Window Design
The enlarged window panel with wraparound design advanced the View 27 visual presentation, that permit users to show off their dedication and skill set unlike any other cases on the market.

Tool-Free Installation
The innovative 3.5” & 2.5” tool-free drive bay design minimizes the hassles of installation and removal, whilst allowing users to freely interchange the hard-drive cages to suit their particular needs. The dual drive bay concept of “2+4” offers a good ration for accessories and storage devices. Power cover design is another unique feature of the View 27. The entire bottom area can be used to reorganize unused cables, which makes for a tidy-looking system.

Superior Hardware Support
The View 27 supports motherboards up to standard ATX, a tower CPU cooler with maximum height 155mm, and a dual expansion slot VGA of up to 410mm in length without front fan. Users can also place the VGA either vertically or horizontally. Moreover, with the modular drive cage design, users can easily mount up to two 3.5”/2.5” or four 2.5” storage devices into the build.

Thermaltake PCI-e X16 Riser Cable (Optional) – Support a wide range of GPU solutions and match the cable included in the View 27 or other chassis.

Complete Liquid Cooling Solution
The View 27 has the capability to deliver an outstanding cooling efficiency throughout the entire case. At the front of the case, users can install up to either 360mm DIY liquid cooling radiator, or 360mm AIO liquid cooler, with a long graphic card at the same time. Additionally, a 120mm exhaust fan is preinstalled at the rear to optimize system ventilation. To keep the interior dust free, all intake ventilation holes are specially designed with removable dust filters.Features• Specially desgned with a gull-wing style side window to full display your system's interior while keeping it dust-free.
• Graphics card can be installed either conventionally or front-facing.
• Tool-free drive bay design.
• Bottom cover area to hide the power supply and unwanted extra cables for a tidy looking system.
• Supports a CPU cooler height of up to 155mm, graphics card length up to 410mm without the front fan installed.
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That is one mighty fine case
mmm that does look good, tempted.
nearly bought this for my last build but delays in arrival to the uk and the tempered glass goodness of the inwin 303 swayed me. glad I got the 303 now but at this price I could be tempted to sell my back up pc and start a new build in this. heat added as was £70 when 1st released
I also nearly bought this, but after looking at loads of reviews it looked flimsy. Some people have done some nice builds in them but in the end I went with the Phanteks 400s TG just because of how sturdy it looked. And I've got to say i'm very pleased.

I've heated for the price though, it was £60 when I was looking.
Edited by: "steluca5" 8th Jun 2017
That window is an interesting design, don't much like the look of the rest of the case though.

Be good to see some other manufacturers pick up that idea.
Looks very interesting and unique. Great price too. Hot.

Although I doubt I'd buy another perspex window case, not for my main rig anyway. They seem to amass scratches by you just looking at it.
Nice case, never seen one like that before, front looks nice and minimalist too.
Sorry but that is one fugly case!
K1LLER_HORNET

Looks very interesting and unique. Great price too. Hot. Although I doubt … Looks very interesting and unique. Great price too. Hot. Although I doubt I'd buy another perspex window case, not for my main rig anyway. They seem to amass scratches by you just looking at it.


I'm with you on that. Especially when someone commented and said my pc looked liked an oven.
Im i just being thick or does it not have a cd drive slot?

Also im pc noob plz go easy on me "/
Thin panels and acrylic window, I looked at this before going down the S340 Elite route but put off by the scratches and noise/thermals of the case.

Good price though if you can live with the above.
willyzippy89

Im i just being thick or does it not have a cd drive slot? Also im pc … Im i just being thick or does it not have a cd drive slot? Also im pc noob plz go easy on me "/



Nobody uses optical discs anymore.
If you do need one you can pick up a cheap external drive for around £15 and plug it in via USB.
i need optical drive to back up my blu rays
pothead1335 m ago

i need optical drive to back up my blu rays




I'm guessing the front has a door that would reveal the bays for drives. Just guessing though!
Sexy case but dust magnet. Prefer the case I have now with fans at the top.
K1LLER_HORNET

Nobody uses optical discs anymore.If you do need one you can pick up a … Nobody uses optical discs anymore.If you do need one you can pick up a cheap external drive for around £15 and plug it in via USB.



True, thanks buddy
Plenty of people still use optical drives everytime I build a system someone asks for one.

If they was no longer any use then why do companies continue to produce them also these cases should be getting a lot smaller if they do not need the bays for them.

I used this case it is worth the sale price but not anything more it feels like a budget case being flimsy

Last thing this has a design flaw if you have graphics card so the fans face the window it restricts airflow the prodigy mitx case did this as well so it will heat up a lot only place it like this if you use water cooling
Edited by: "morty" 8th Jun 2017
K1LLER_HORNET

Nobody uses optical discs anymore.If you do need one you can pick up a … Nobody uses optical discs anymore.If you do need one you can pick up a cheap external drive for around £15 and plug it in via USB.



I do and I do still need space for at least one internal 5.25" optical drive. I'm sure I'm not the only one as well.
I have this case and getting a better one id never had a cheap case before and im not happy with it, the worst part for me is the heat, i have a Ryzen 1700x and a Deepcool 240 rad in push pull and the only mounting for it is in the front and because the front is a solid piece of plastic the only way cool air gets in is through little vents round the edge of the front which arent enough to cool big powerful Processors. I wouldn't say its flimsy its not bad and the reviews say that the side is hard to get on but i haven't found that i came from a thermaltake Riing case and that was a totally different quality of case, this case is alright for a cheap build but for someone who has decent kit its not good enough to keep it cool. For the money though theirs probably nothing better i paid £75 for it i thought it would showcase my RGB board and fans which it does but i dont like the clear plastic window i wish it was tinted.

For them looking at Tempered Glass cases they will have the same issues with heat i was going to have the Corsair 560X but the sides sit on flimsy standoffs that if you lift the case by them the case will bounce off the floor and it suffers with heat issues aswell i want a case where i can mount my rad back in the roof so im going back to either the Thermaltake Core V51 or 71 or Deepcools new case. Theres a better buy than this and has good reviews its tempered glass it comes with 4 RGB fans and a remote to control the lights.

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£68.56
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Edited by: "polly69" 8th Jun 2017
LOVE Thermaltake cases. Have one for main desktop, tempted to get this for my back-up desktop although I rarely use it !
K1LLER_HORNET

Nobody uses optical discs anymore..


About as factual as saying nobody smokes anymore
PhilK

About as factual as saying nobody smokes anymore


Are people still smoking?
I thought they had all died?
Wouldn't buy another Thermaltake. They look good, have decent features, but they just feel cheap and flimsy. I went to an Aerocool and the difference is night and day, same sort of price range as well.


Fair enough.




What are you guys using it for?
I'm genuinely interested.
I can't remember the last time I needed to use an optical drive in a PC. The last time was probably to install Windows XP. I may need to rip an obscure disc once a year but could easily dig out a USB based optical drive for such a rare occasion.
Games, I download them.
Music, same.
Video, stream or download.
Software/drivers, get the latest off the website.


pothead13

i need optical drive to back up my blu rays

morty

Plenty of people still use optical drives everytime I build a system … Plenty of people still use optical drives everytime I build a system someone asks for one.

Spark

I do and I do still need space for at least one internal 5.25" optical … I do and I do still need space for at least one internal 5.25" optical drive. I'm sure I'm not the only one as well.

PhilK

About as factual as saying nobody smokes anymore

willyzippy89

Im i just being thick or does it not have a cd drive slot? Also im pc … Im i just being thick or does it not have a cd drive slot? Also im pc noob plz go easy on me "/



X)
I've had a Thermaltake v3 under my desk for 6 years now and its stood up well to being kicked and generally knocked about.
polly69

I have this case and getting a better one id never had a cheap case … I have this case and getting a better one id never had a cheap case before and im not happy with it, the worst part for me is the heat, i have a Ryzen 1700x and a Deepcool 240 rad in push pull and the only mounting for it is in the front and because the front is a solid piece of plastic the only way cool air gets in is through little vents round the edge of the front which arent enough to cool big powerful Processors. I wouldn't say its flimsy its not bad and the reviews say that the side is hard to get on but i haven't found that i came from a thermaltake Riing case and that was a totally different quality of case, this case is alright for a cheap build but for someone who has decent kit its not good enough to keep it cool. For the money though theirs probably nothing better i paid £75 for it i thought it would showcase my RGB board and fans which it does but i dont like the clear plastic window i wish it was tinted.For them looking at Tempered Glass cases they will have the same issues with heat i was going to have the Corsair 560X but the sides sit on flimsy standoffs that if you lift the case by them the case will bounce off the floor and it suffers with heat issues aswell i want a case where i can mount my rad back in the roof so im going back to either the Thermaltake Core V51 or 71 or Deepcools new case. Theres a better buy than this and has good reviews its tempered glass it comes with 4 RGB fans and a remote to control the lights.£68.56https://www.amazon.co.uk/Game-Max-Polaris-Gaming-Tempered/dp/B071F52SY7/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1496943722&sr=1-5&keywords=tempered+glass+pc+case



take a look at the inwin 303. got a 360 rad in semi push pull config (5 fans due to psu behind it too) with my ryzen 5 with plenty of airflow
polly69

I have this case and getting a better one id never had a cheap case … I have this case and getting a better one id never had a cheap case before and im not happy with it, the worst part for me is the heat, i have a Ryzen 1700x and a Deepcool 240 rad in push pull and the only mounting for it is in the front and because the front is a solid piece of plastic the only way cool air gets in is through little vents round the edge of the front which arent enough to cool big powerful Processors. I wouldn't say its flimsy its not bad and the reviews say that the side is hard to get on but i haven't found that i came from a thermaltake Riing case and that was a totally different quality of case, this case is alright for a cheap build but for someone who has decent kit its not good enough to keep it cool. For the money though theirs probably nothing better i paid £75 for it i thought it would showcase my RGB board and fans which it does but i dont like the clear plastic window i wish it was tinted.For them looking at Tempered Glass cases they will have the same issues with heat i was going to have the Corsair 560X but the sides sit on flimsy standoffs that if you lift the case by them the case will bounce off the floor and it suffers with heat issues aswell i want a case where i can mount my rad back in the roof so im going back to either the Thermaltake Core V51 or 71 or Deepcools new case. Theres a better buy than this and has good reviews its tempered glass it comes with 4 RGB fans and a remote to control the lights.£68.56https://www.amazon.co.uk/Game-Max-Polaris-Gaming-Tempered/dp/B071F52SY7/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1496943722&sr=1-5&keywords=tempered+glass+pc+case



Thanks for review buddy!
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Hot for the price. I was looking at this yesterday but then discovered the window was acrylic. Other than that it look good for the money!
Me.really8th Jun 2017

Are people still smoking?I thought they had all died?



Sure they did - to the "I only listen to myself" brigade
The same people who believed Santa Claus was real into their early twenties and have stopped believing in anything inconvenient since
This thread is an example of why I like Hotukdeals....some of the members have so much knowledge and share it freely that when you need advice you can come on here and have a look...thanks dudes
PhilK

Sure they did - to the "I only listen to myself" brigadeThe same people … Sure they did - to the "I only listen to myself" brigadeThe same people who believed Santa Claus was real into their early twenties and have stopped believing in anything inconvenient since



Ferk Me!...........Is Santa Claus not real?
Fancy breaking it to me like that you heartless tit.
Me.really9th Jun 2017

Ferk Me!...........Is Santa Claus not real?Fancy breaking it to me like …Ferk Me!...........Is Santa Claus not real?Fancy breaking it to me like that you heartless tit.



Surprise me you don't
where do the vacuum diodes go?
Cheers op!
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