All white PC cases have become extremely popular and there are not a whole lot of models out there. Not that long ago Thermaltake gave their X9 chassis the “Snow Edition” treatment by making it all white and now they are doing the same to their Core V1 and Core V21 cases. They had both on display at Computex 2015.
If you think you know what a BIG PC case is Thermaltake wants you to think again with their brand new “Team TT Modding” WP200 Chassis. The case was designed with modders and enthusiasts in mind, and did I mention it is MASSIVE?! It is one of the larger cases being shown off at Computex.
Thermaltake has always been one to impress us over the years. Whether it’s from over the top cases or cases that have new design elements made to make installation easier we know Thermaltake first and foremost for their cases. Their latest Core Series was just that, cases made for builders, for expansion, for watercooling and pretty much whatever you could throw at them. While the Core Series was great, they were not traditional cases in the sense that they were more cube like and not a typical tower. Well today we have Thermaltake’s latest case that incorporates many of the design elements that are found in the Core Series and put them into a large mid tower case. The case that I am talking about is the Suppressor F51 and if you can guess by the name of the case it is made to “suppress” the noise inside your system. Let’s jump in!
Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, has unveiled the Suppressor F51 window/non-window mid-tower chassis, the latest series to the Thermaltake case line. Featuring leading-edge sound reduction panels on all sides, expand your cooling options with removable panels for the perfect balance in silent operation and cooling performance.
Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, launches the Core X9 Snow Edition E-ATX cube case, a continuation of Thermaltake’s tradition of innovative design and edgy technology, particularly for liquid-cooling system cases.
Thermaltake has just introduced a new fan series in their Riing 12 and Riing 14 LED Radiator Fan Series. These fans will be available in 4 different colors / LED styles and you have the choice of getting them in a 120 mm or 140 mm version.
Thermaltake is going to moving into the custom water cooling space with their Pacific Line of water cooling kits and accessories. We know Thermaltake for their line of all-in-one CPU coolers, but they want to take things to the next level with the Pacific series. The first major product to come out of the Pacific Series will be the RL240 water cooling kit.
We headed over to Thermaltake’s suite today at CES 2015 and one of the things they were most excited about was their new Core X Series line of PC Cases. As you know we have already published our review of the Core X1 but there are actually two more cases that make up the Core X series.
Thermaltake’s Core V Series has been extremely popular, especially with their latest Core V21 and Core V1 cases. It is time for a new Core series, which has launched today with three cases. Each case has a cube-like design and they are made to be builders cases, which means they are very easy to work in, have interchangeable parts, have lots of air are water cooling options, and fit some of the largest components possible. The Core X series starts with the Mini-ITX Core X1, then moves up to the Micro-ATX Core X2, and finally finishes off with the big-boy Core X9 that supports E-ATX motherboards. Today we will be taking a look at the Core X1, it has room inside for 4 hard drives, a mini-ITX motherboard, 3-slot full-size graphics card, CPU coolers up to 200 mm and a full-size ATX power supply. Let’s get started!
We have seen digital power supplies for a while now from many different manufacturers. Today we have Thermaltake’s latest in their Toughpower DPS G 850W unit. This unit features a sleek design, 80PLUS Gold efficiency rating, 140 mm cooling fan and a fully modular design with flat cables. On top of all of that you can plug this power supply into your motherboard (via USB) and with Thermaltake’s DPSApp you can easily monitor stats, calculate cost, change fan speeds and more. Is this power supply perfect for your next build? Read on as we find out.
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