Thermaltake keeps up with the trends in the chassis market and now presents the new View 37, where the focus is on an open main chamber and an arched side panel.
Taiwanese Thermaltake has many products in its range, including closed water coolers and even the odd gaming chair. The company also manufactures a range of PC cases. The latest model comes with tempered glass and focuses on the aesthetics:
The View 37 comes in two editions calles RGB Edition and Riing Edition. Following the current trend, this is a computer case has an open main chamber, LED lighting and transparent panels. The most unique detail is the arched acrylic panel that covers the side and top, which is accompanied by a toned front panel.
View 37 supports motherboards all the way up to the E-ATX form factor and is fairly large. In total, there are ten places for add-in cards, two of which are vertical and can be used with the help of an included mounting angle and a riser bridge which is purchased separately. Graphics cards can be up to 410 mm long and processor coolers up to 180 mm high. Interestingly, the case does not have a separate chamber for the PSU.
As for hard drives, the removable HDD bay can be equipped with three 3.5-inch hard disks or an equal numbers of 2.5-inch HDD/SSDs. The large compartment behind the motherboard not only facilitates easy cable management, but also accommodates another eight 2.5-inch units or four 3.5-inch units.
View 37 RGB Edition comes with three 140 mm fans pre-mounted, all of which have RGB lighting that can be controlled by Asus, MSI and Gigabyte motherboards, as well as through the included fan controller.
With the Riing Edition two blue 140 mm fans are included. Any radiators can be mounted in the front or next to the motherboard.