Thermaltake Chaser MK-I Computer Case Returns with Bigwater LCS

Paul Lilly

Thermaltake has never been bashful about bucking trends in case design and kicking out some truly funky designs, none more out there than the Level 10 series. The Chaser MK-I isn't quite as unique as the Level 10, but still has a style all its own, a style that for better or worse screams "Thermaltake." If that's your bag, take note that the Chaser MK-I is back, this time sporting a liquid cooling system.

The Chaser MK-I LCS brings a Bigwater 850GT liquid cooling unit to the party. It has non-spill quick connectors, a slim water block with a pure copper base, dual 120mm fans, 240mm Dimple Tube technology radiator, P500 pump capable of pushing 500L/H, 120mm blue LED fan, and a water reservoir, all preinstalled inside a drive bay.

As for the case itself, Thermaltake says the Chaser MK-I LCS has "kept its fierce e-Sports appearance and incredible functionality." Features include USB 3.0, all-black interior, cable management cutouts, top mounted HDD dock, built-in fan controls, customizable LED lighting, tool-free drive bays, 2.5-inch SSD support, removable dust filters, and lots of fan mounts.

No word on price or availability. As a point of reference, the Chaser MK-I sans Bigwater unit streets for about $160 shipped.

Image Credit: Thermaltake

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