Thermaltake, being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, introduces Core V51 window mid-tower chassis, a new member of the Core Series, which now comes after the launch of Core V71 and Core V1, retaining the curved metal mesh look and delivering an outstanding cooling performance with the compatibility for extensive DIY/AIO LCS and the air cooling units that the series is known for.
Thermaltake or Thermaltake Technology Co., Ltd is a manufacturer of PC cases, power supplies and cooling solutions. Its main headquarters is located in Taipei, Taiwan. It has multiple manufacturing facilities in Mainland China, including a major plant at Dongguan. Founded in 1999 Thermaltake has made a lot of cases and have had a great following […]
Today Thermaltake has unveiled their new Core V1 Mini-ITX Case. This case is specifically designed for gamers who wants to build a powerful mini system with mobility and portability. The case features smart interchangeable side panels that allow users to flip it accordingly to showcase either for superior liquid cooling or superb airflow.
For the past few years Thermaltake’s cases have sort of been mainstream, appealing to pretty much anyone who wants a case. While this may or may not be the best thing other case companies have been really becoming popular with enthusiast builders out there. At CES this past January Thermaltake told us that they were going to be returning to their roots with some of their new cases, making these cases specifically for builders, modders and enthusiasts. Today we are taking a looking at the Urban T81 Full Tower which features a dual-swing door design, full modular drive concept, three 200 mm and a 140 mm fans included and the sleek design that you expect from Thermaltake’s Urban Series. Will this case impress? Read on as we find out!
Thermaltake today introduces ultimate air-cooling solution Frio Silent Series – Frio Silent 12, Frio Silent 14, and Frio Extreme Silent 14 Dual around the globe. Frio Silent Series have been specially designed to solve the noise problem that all extreme PC gamers have been suffering for long time, leading them into a world without disturbance.
Back in January at CES Thermaltake showed us prototype units of new DIY water cooling parts and now at Computex 2014 they have announced the new Pacific Brand, which has quite a lot of different DIY products included. It is great to see a big brand like Thermaltake venture into the DIY space.
Nothing gets me more excited than new tech design! It can be anything from Google’s groundbreaking new contact lenses to Oculus Rift’s virtual reality headset to 4K monitors. I’m a nerd and I love it all! So needless to say when I saw Thermaltake’s newest water cooling solution, the Bigwater 760 Pro I was indeed intrigued and excited to get my hands on it. This kit was shown to us at CES 2014 and finally it’s here for review!
All-in-one water cooling products have been all of the rage lately. After reviewing many successful Thermaltake products and seeing their promising new line of water cooling products showcased at CES 2014 we are really excited to take one of their latest products, the Water 3.0 Pro for a spin. It is an all-in-one water cooling system that features a thick 120 mm radiator, dual 120 mm fan and a redesigned pump.
Thermaltake has released today two new cases, the Urban S1 and Urban SD1. These cases are designed for building compact high-performance systems with Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards. Like all cases in the Urban series these cases has a clean sleek design to them.
Sleek and stylish cases are not something that we normally see from Thermaltake. We know Thermaltake for cases that tend to be more on the flashy side. Their Urban Series is the exact opposite of this as the series is designed to have a simple and elegant aesthetic and is for users who look for everything but a flamboyant appearance. Today we are taking a look at the largest case in the Urban Series, the S71. This case has room for quite a lot of hardware including ATX and E-ATX motherboards, long graphics cards, six hard drives, and three optical drives. On top of that you have tool-less installation, USB 3.0 support, a large side panel window and even a hard drive dock! Will this be your next case? Read on as we find out!
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