Thermaltake had some pretty massive PC cases at CES this year. There are actually officially announcing their Core W series at the show and they are truly DIY cases made for builders. This series is made up of the W100, P100, WP100, W200, P200, and WP200.
There is a really easy way to distinguish these cases. First you have the 100 and 200 series. The 100 series is your typical single-width case design. Then you have the “P”, “W” and “WP” cases. The “P” stands for pedestal, so that is the smaller case that is designed for the “W” case to sit on top. The “WP” is both the “W” and “P” cases put together into a single case. So with the 100 series you have three cases W100 ($329.99), P100 ($119.99), and WP100 ($439.99).
The 200 series is a double-width case. So you can either install two systems inside or have one side with massive storage capability or a crazy water cooling setup. The 200 series is setup just like the 100 series with the W200 ($549.99), P200 ($149.99), and WP200 ($449.99).
The Core W cases support XL-ATX, E-ATX, ATX, Micro ATX, Mini-ITX motherboards, and also SSI MEB. They also are the only chassis’s embedded with more than twenty HDD cages and up to 10 slots. The cases also have room for graphics cards up to 635mm in length, and tower CPU coolers as high as 200mm. These are truly DIY cases as they they actually come in pieces and you need to put them together. The 100 series is immediately available with the 200 series coming out very soon.
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