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Thermaltake CTE C750 TG Air Case Review

Hardware Support

Hardware support, yeah, I don’t think you’re going to have any issues getting just about anything in this case, that’s for sure. It’s a hugely spacious and wide full-tower, and it’s extremely capable. On the interior, it’ll support mini-ITX, micro-ATX, ATX and E-ATX (12″ x 13″) motherboards. There’s room for a CPU cooler up to 190mm tall, and when even the monstrous Noctua NH-P1 is “only” 158 mm tall, I think you’ll do just fine with anything else out there.

GPU support is very interesting too, as it’ll handle a 370mm GPU with a radiator in the base of the case, but up to a 420 without a radiator in the bottom of the case, which is to say, any GPU currently in production will fit just fine. However, the GPU mounting bracket is rotatable, so you can have the cooler facing the glass too.

Regarding storage, the CTE C750 Air can handle up to seven 3.5″ drives, should you wish to turn this into some mass-storage workstation or NAS. That’s three in the bottom, one behind the motherboard, and three on the right-side panel fan/drive mount. If you want to go all SSDs, you can get twelve in here, with five in the bottom of the case, two behind the motherboard and five on the side fan/drive mount.

If you wanted to go for 120mm or even 140mm fans, you could have three in the front, three in the back, three on the bottom, three on the side and then two more at the top, giving you 14 fans. However, the front and back fans can be swapped out for two 200mm fans on each side. So that means you can have four 200mm fans and six 140mm fans ALL as intake fans if you so desire, and two 140mm fans in the top to exhaust… god damn!

Radiators? Well, the list is just as long, with the front taking up to a 280 or 360mm AIO or custom loop radiator, but it’ll take up to a 420mm AIO (not a custom loop radiator) too. It’ll take the same in the back AND the right side too, and then you can still have a 280/360mm on the bottom, and a 120/140/240mm on the top… Then you can hire a small crane to move it, as I can’t image how bloody heavy that would be if you did all of them.

Last, and by no means least, you have the PSU clearance, and it’ll hold up to a 220mm PSU, with more cable cramming space back here than you’re ever likely to need.

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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