Thermaltake AH T600 Snow Full Tower Case Review
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
The left side of the AH T600 is well, it has a, and a thing with… then. OK There’s a lot going on here and I don’t know where to start. There’s a funky tempered glass window on a hinge for easy access. However, it’s not exactly closed when it’s closed.
The case is full of holes, so while the window may keep out a large dog, there’s nothing stopping your cat from hopping in there and taking a nap.
It’s certainly best to think of this as an open-air case, as it really is quite open. The windows, these funky ventilated panels, and the huge gaps are all just there for show.
This isn’t a PC case this is a statement, not something to shove under a desk and use as an office rig, but something to put under a spotlight and show off your sick custom loop skills.
There’s a huge swell on the side here, which looks like an air vent, but really it is just all for show. There’s plenty of air gapping around the front panel, so airflow to any of those interior radiator mounts is pretty excellent.
However, like all open air cases, there is zero dust filtering here, so keep that in mind if you have a dusty work space.
The front panel offers up even more windows, showing you a really cool angular view of the front cooling mounts. From the front, I can see that they’re taking some style points from a helicopter, I think, but I’m not sure what parts and where. It doesn’t matter though, it looks cool and bonkers enough that I can see the appeal.
Down the right side, you’ll notice the exterior of the case is a mirror image of the left. However, behind the window you can see the rear of the motherboard tray, some drive mounts, etc.
I do like that both the windows are on hinges though, so you can easily lift them out of the way when working on your build. Plus, they can be held shut with these enormous thumbscrews when they’re installed.