Thermaltake View 37 Riing Review

Thermaltake View 37 Riing Specifications and Features

Case Type Mid Tower
Dimension (H x W x D) 525 x 261 x 538mm
(20.6 x 10.3 x 21.2 inch)
Net Weight 11.8 kg / 26.01 lb
Side Panel L-type transparent window
Color Exterior & Interior : Black
Material SPCC
Cooling System Front (intake) :
140 x 140 x 25 mm Riing LED Blue fan (1400rpm, 28dBA) x 1
(1000rpm, 22dBA with LNC)
Rear (exhaust) :
140 x 140 x 25 mm Riing LED Blue fan (1400rpm, 28dBA) x 1
(1000rpm, 22dBA with LNC)
Drive Bays Accessible
3 x 3.5’’ or 2.5’’(HDD tray)
8 x 2.5’’ or 4 x 3.5” (HDD Bracket)
Expansion Slots 8 + 2
Motherboards 6.7” x 6.7” (Mini ITX), 9.6” x 9.6” (Micro ATX), 12” x 9.6” (ATX), 12” x 13” (E-ATX)
I/O Port USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2, HD Audio x 1
PSU Standard PS2 PSU (optional)
Fan Support Front:
3 x 120mm, 3x 140mm, 2 x 200mm
1 x 120mm
Right Side(In front of M/B Tray):
3 x 120mm, 3 x 140mm
1 x 120mm, 1 x 140mm
Radiator Support Front: 1 x 360mm , 1 x 280mm
Rear: 1 x 120mm
Right Side(In front of M/B Tray): 1 x 360mm, 1 x 420mm
Clearance CPU cooler height limitation: 180mm
PSU length limitation:220mm
VGA length limitation: 410mm (Without Front Fan)
Vertical VGA width limitation: 3 Expansion Slot width (60mm)

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Thermaltake View 37 Riing Review: The Verdict

So if you watched the review you’ll have seen the Thermaltake View 37 Riing walk away with the gold award. Overall, the View 37 Riing has a lot to offer and is more than worthy.

The build quality is excellent with a solid metal case, plastic front panel with a tinted plastic window and let’s not forget the unique gull-wing curved acrylic window which covers the whole side panel and almost the roof as well. Well priced at the time of the review at £100-115.

The Thermaltake View 37 Riing is well laid out and makes use of the space inside to easily build inside of. There is plenty of space in the rear of the case for cable management with the ability to also mount 4 3.5″ hard drives and up to 8 2.5″ HDD/SSD’s, which is fantastic. Inside, the inclusion of the vertically mounted GPU stand is great as is it’s option to remove it with 3 screws should you not want to use it.
Though a riser cable isn’t included, they are available to purchase separately at a lot of retailers for great prices, I’d recommend the 200mm Thermaltake riser cable I had for this review without a doubt.
As well as the ability to remove the hard drive cage which is something I would do should I use this case personally, there is plenty of space inside to easily build inside of the case including adding custom water cooling loops with relative ease. Thermaltake have implemented the VRV or vertical radiator view with the View 37 Riing which also lets you mount radiators which are on a more prominent display, as well as the option to mount them in the front panel in a more traditional manner.

Personally, I really like the aesthetic of the View 37 Riing case. As previously mentioned the original gull-wing window gives the case all of its character and certainly makes it stand out from the crowd. I’ve also seen very little cases that have such a large window to view the internals, something I’m very fond of. Saying that, I would have preferred to have seen a clear panel on the front of the case rather than it being tinted.

What’s Hot?

  • VRV – vertical radiator view
  • Vertical GPU Mount
  • A large radiator and found support list
  • Well ventilated and dust filtered

What’s Not?

  • Reset button is far too small!

be quiet! Pure Power 11 600W Play3r Gold Award

Many thanks to Thermaltake for sending the View 37 Riing in for review which is available to buy from Scan for £103.49.

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thermaltake-view-37-riing-reviewWhen Dave took a look at the Thermaltake View 37 Riing PC chassis he was very impressed with the view outside and in thanks to that gull wing style side panel that extends through the roof, as well as the options for vertical mounting and watercooling support. To get the full report, click through and watch his full review video or read the highlights (maybe both?).

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