Thermaltake's new Supressor F51 is a hefty case, measuring 523x231x577mm (20.6×9.1×22.7") which allows the use of 360mm and even 420mm radiators. The buttons and front panel plugs have all been moved to the top of the case to give the front a nice clean look, the monolith style which has become so popular as of late. Internally are mounts for boards ranging from Mini-ITX to E-ATX and enough space for three extra long video cards. The drive bays, including the two 5.25" bays, slide out for easy access or full removal and foam dampening covers most of the flat surfaces to reduce noise. [H]ard|OCP were more than impressed, passing on a Gold Award for this case which is due to hit market on 6/29/15 for an MSRP of $120.
"Thermaltake is upping its game with its new Suppressor F51 E-ATX Mid-Tower Chassis. New sound deadening technology, expanded cooling options, all while supporting motherboards from mini-ITX to E-ATX in size. The F51 has a fully modular tool-less design that also has dust filtering in mind."
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