The Thermaltake Core V1 mini-ITX chassis comes packaged inside a box that should handle just about everything that the shippers can throw at it, at least within reason. The front of the Thermaltake Core V1 packaging features a decent looking image of what the mini-ITX chassis looks like and what we can expect to find once we open up the packaging. There isn’t much in the way of information on the front other than the Thermaltake branding and the Core V1 name.
As I begin to spin the box for the Thermaltake Core V1 mini-ITX chassis around, the next side that I come to lists out the features and dimensions of the Thermaltake Core V1 chassis.
Spinning the packaging around once again to the other front (either side can easily work as the front), we can see an exploded view of the Core V1 mini-ITX chassis. While it doesn’t have the greatest detail, it does give us an idea of the individual components that make up the Core V1 chassis.
Spinning the Thermaltake Core V1 mini-ITX chassis’ packaging around to the fourth and final side, there is a quick description of the features in 12 different languages.
Finally being able to open up the packaging for the Thermaltake Core V1 mini-ITX chassis is a bit like Christmas, all the anticipation of the new hardware and now we can start to play with it! Inside the packaging the Thermaltake Core V1 chassis is well protected by Styrofoam on each end and wrapped in plastic to keep it clean during transit.