The TriStellar Chassis is unlike any gaming enclosure you’ve seen before.
Lian Li’s latest test bench brings minor but sought-after enhancements while retaining the design and modular nature of its predecessor.
After launching the E-ATX compatible Core V71 chassis earlier this year and the ITX form factored Core V1, Thermaltake is launching a mid-tower variant in the series, called the Core V51. The Core V51 carries on a similar design as its larger sibling, and retains the metal mesh look. Aimed at the enthusiast segment, the Core V51 can fit in E-ATX motherboards, as well as standard ATX and micro ATX boards. Thermaltake is making a name for itself by offering a host of cooling options in its enthusiast cases, and the Core V52 is no different, with users getting the option of installing three 120