Thermaltake Ceres 330 TG ARGB Mid Tower Case Review

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A Closer Look – Exterior

The new Ceres 330 doesn’t look all that different from other entries in the Ceres series, with a huge tempered glass side panel window, and a lower PSU shroud section that features some additional ventilation. I like that the theme is pretty uniform though, as it means you can get the desired aesthetic in a range of cases shapes and sizes.

The PSU ventilation is pretty unique though, and I like the unique design of the mesh there. The blank panel on the right is removable though, and can be replaced with the TT LCD panel (sold separately). You can see the LCD panel in use in my review of the Ceres 500 here.

Up on the top, there’s a huge amount of ventilation, and the pattern of the mesh is the same as that seen on the side intake.

With even more airflow and more of that same pattern on the front panel too. Thermaltake pointed out that around 55% of the cases is ventilation, so airflow certainly won’t be an issue at all.

The front I/O is nicely equipped, with power controls, audio jacks, and three USB 3 ports, including a Type-C.

Around the back, you’ll find a 120/140mm fan/radiator mount at the top, which features a pre-installed 140mm fan as the main exhaust.

This is an ATX case, so you’ll find seven expansion slots, each fitted with a reusable ventilated metal cover. What’s cool, however, is that this entire bracket can be removed and turned 90 degrees to better accommodate vertical GPU mounting.

And there’s an ATX PSU mount in the bottom of the case.

The right-side panel design is similar to the left, albeit it swaps glass out for a solid metal panel, but there’s still the same airflow design on the lower section.

Finally, on the underside of the Ceres 300, you’ll find four large and durable feet with thick rubber grips, providing ample clearance for the full-size dust filter that covers the bottom of the case.

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