Thermaltake Urban S71 Overview
For a full overview of the Thermaltake Urban S71 be sure to check out our video below.
The Thermaltake S71 is a full tower cause, but not the largest full tower that we have seen. The official dimensions are 534 x 213 x 584 mm. The case has a pretty sleek design to it with a curved top and bottom. The case we received is black and that is currently the only color being offered by Thermaltake right now.
The front of the case features a pretty sleek brushed aluminum door that covers the drive bays and intake fan. The door opens to the left and you have three 5.25-inch drive bays and a single 3.5-inch external drive bay. Below that is a ventilated section that covers the 200 mm intake fan. There is a fan filter that easily pulls out and can be cleaned.
Moving back up to the top of the case you have your front panel connections that include two USB 2.0, two USB 3.0 and HD audio connections. There is also a horizontal LED bar that will light up when you have your system turned on. On the actual top of the case there is your power button, reset button, hard drive activity LED, and a fan controller that has high and low settings. There is also a hard drive dock the top of the case that supports both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives.
The back part of the top of the case features a large ventilated section. Behind this is a 200 mm fan. Now normally top-mounted fans are hard to clean and we never see filters for top fans, but Thermaltake has installed a removable fan filter for the top fan that comes out of the back of the case!
Taking a look at the side panel of the case it feature a pretty nice sized window to show off your hardware inside. The opposite side panel is plain.
The back of the case features the third and final fan, a 120 mm. There are eight expansion slots, two watercooling holes and of course your power supply will be mounted on the bottom of the case. There is a removable fan filter that comes out from the bottom of the case that is for your power supply and bottom mounted fan. Of course there are thumbscrews on both side panels.
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