Thermaltake Reveals Latest Enthusiast-Grade Core Chassis

/ 4 years ago

Thermaltake Reveals Latest Enthusiast Grade Core Chassis

Thermaltake have just revealed the latest set of cases in their TT Premium line, new entries in the Core W series, which includes the Core W200 and Core WP200 super tower chassis as well as the Core P200 pedestal chassis. These new cases are set to follow on from the older generation Core W series (WP100 and W100) and are designed with the same core TT Premium values of Excellent Quality, Unique Design, Diverse Combinations, and Boundless Creativity to deliver cases that push the boundaries of functionality and aesthetics.

As always, the Core W series provides a PC builder with a true DIY feeling of assembling their computer from parts, while also providing the unique option of including two systems into a single chassis. In order to facilitate all of this, the Core WP200/W200 have an impressive capacity and are able to house over 20 drive trays and as many as 10 expansion slots to allow it to even be used as a high-end workstation case.

With all this space, the Core WP200 and W200 are capable of mounting a wide array of hardware, including XL-ATX, E-ATX, ATX, Micro ATX, Mini-ITX motherboards, and also SSI MEB while also leaving space for top-end components and extensive water cooling solutions. Custom liquid cooling components are also available for these cases allowing for fully modular external water-cooling solutions to be used. If this wasn’t enough, the Core P200 Pedestal can be stacked alongside the Core WP200 and W200 cases allowing for fully modular upgrades or additional case space to allow for extensive cooling and power possibilities.

Full details of these cases can be found on Thermaltake’s website.

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