Thermaltake Technology introduces a new PC case codenamed Urban S21. This is a regular mid-tower chassis with, as usual, high-quality framework and wide spectrum of destinations. Urban S21 is developed in a minimalistic design with all black coverage (external and internal) and little detailing. The model is housed in a steel casing (SECC) and contains a single transparent side window. Its overall dimensions equal to 438x185x497 mm.
This PC case is expected to accommodate motherboards of ATX and micro-ATX standard, CPU coolers of up to 155 mm in height, and graphics cards which length does not exceed the admissible 320 mm. The layout offers seven PCI expansion cards, three external 5.25-inch drive bays, one external 3.5-inch drive bay, and five internal bays for the integration of 3.5/2.5-inch drives.
Urban S21 is equipped with a frontal interface panel that is represented by a pair of USB 3.0 ports and a pair of 3.5 mm audio slots. The top panel contains handy ‘Power’ and ‘Reset’ buttons, while the rear panel is notable by the availability of a few rubber holes for efficient cable management of a liquid-cooling system.
Thermaltake took care of the proper airflow and heat management activities, equipping its new case with two 120 mm fans. The first one is located on the frontal section of the chassis, while the second one provides its cooling effect on the rear section. Both of them develop the rotational speed up to 1000 RPM at 16 dB noise. Still, this isn’t a complete set of admissible fans, since the customer is capable to integrate three more fans of analogous 120 mm dimensional type: on the top, on the bottom, and on the side panels.