Thermaltake V3 Black Edition ReviewCompxpert - March 11, 2010
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Now we finally got a look at the case in its entirety. The side panel has holes in the side, which are probably there to allow air in to flow over your videocard(s). Although there isn't really a large side panel window, there is a minor one, which is limited to a small sized square in the upper left corner of the panel. Moving on to the front, it would appear the case has four external 5.25" bays. Of course, also looking at the front, you can see there is no fan. The right side does not really reveal much about itself from the picture. On the back is the only fan included in the case. However, under the fan are a set of holes for watercooling applications.
The top has holes to accommodate two 120mm fans, which are not included with the case. On the front panel are some familiar things. We have your typical power and reset switches, as well as Power LED and HDD activity LED. The front panel connections consist of two USB ports, a MIC port, and an audio out port.
The case appears to have many optional components, so what does it come with? Read on and find out.