Thermaltake reached out to us and asked us to take a look at their brand new View 32 Tempered Glass Case and they asked us to do an honest review of it, so that’s what were going to do.
Lets get into our honest review of the Thermaltake View 32 Tempered Glass Case and talk what we like about it and what we don’t like about.
Thermaltake has been around for a long time and has a host of iconic cases. The view 32 follows in that tradition as its basically a refined and combined culmination of everything they have learned and have been working on for the last few years. The build quality has significantly improved from some of their more recent cases. The airflow is significantly better. Even with the tempered glass everywhere.
It is super easy to build in and cable manage, even without the PSU shroud everyone else is putting in their cases. Personally I don’t mind not having a shroud because I forces me to be creative with cable management but having an optional shroud would be cool for the lazy people.
The design is gorgeous and very premium and despite the few things I personally don’t like about it, like those clips on the front and top, they are still things that I can live with. Don’t worry there’s a whole bunch of other manufacturers that use these clips as well but I will still buy their cases, but I would love to see easier clips for my fat fingers in future cases.
All round this case is awesome, its built well, includes premium RGB fans and for the price of $139USD its not a bad buy at all.