Thermaltake A500 Aluminium and Glass Edition Chassis Review

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Thermaltake A500 Aluminium and Glass Edition Chassis Review

Thermaltake A500

Today is an exciting day, as we’ve got the new Thermaltake A500 chassis in for review! While we see many Thermaltake chassis hit the market each year, this one is a little bit different. It ditches some of the more utilitarian design features that they’re known for, in favour of a sleeker, more exquisite, aluminium and tempered glass finish. The A500 is out to turn heads and drop jaws with its good looks, but does it flounder or flourish with this new approach?

Admittedly, the A500 is going up against some strong competition from the likes of Phanteks, Lian Li, InWin, and a few others. Priced at a bit over £200, it’s not exactly an impulse buy. However, for a premium chassis, it’s really going to have to deliver top end quality to command that price. Let’s dive in for a closer look and see what’s on offer!


  • TT Premium
  • Sleek Aluminium Design
  • Dust Reduction
  • Aluminium Modular Structural Statement with Two Tempered Glass Panels
  • Tool-Free Installation
  • Superior Hardware Support
  • Excellent Cooling Capability
  • Handy I/O Ports
  • DMD: Dismantlable Modular Design


For in-depth specifications and hardware support charts, cooling support, etc, please visit the official product page here.

What Thermaltake Had to Say

“Thermaltake A500 Aluminum Tempered Glass Edition mid-tower chassis features a sleek aluminum front panel, two 4mm tempered glass panels, two pre-installed 120mm front fans and a 120mm rear fan for optimal system ventilation. It has a built-in power supply cover for clean and easy cable management and also supports up to a standard ATX motherboard. Accommodating the latest PC hardware including the most advanced graphic cards and air/liquid cooling solutions, the A500 Aluminum TG is designed for those who are looking for a chassis with outstanding thermal performance that is further complemented by a clean and simply designed case.” – Thermaltake

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2 Responses to “Thermaltake A500 Aluminium and Glass Edition Chassis Review”
  1. SpaceNoodles says:

    Thanks for the review!!!! Been searching everywhere since I am seriously interested in buying this case. I’m even more happy to see that, based on your review, custom DIY water cooling is doable and you can easily mod the case. This is awesome! I may get and do some custom cooling on it soon. Thanks!

  2. Unfiltered says:

    At the bottom of the front panel there is a huge unfiltered gap. The front fans will surely suck copious amounts of air from there, rendering the dust filters useless.

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