Thermaltake released their Tower chassis to mixed views, on the one hand, it looks like a giant fridge or display cabinet and well… there’s certainly a lot of truth to both. It’s bloody massive, and frankly, a bit stupid. That being said, there’s a market for giant cases, there’s a market for stupid cases, and most importantly, it would hold a frightening amount of custom hardware and water cooling. I wouldn’t say I liked the case; I wouldn’t own one myself. However, the new Tower 100 looks to scale things down significantly, making it a cute-as-a-button mini-ITX model and honestly… I’m already in love with it.
The new form factor removes the need for a massive plinth just to put the PC case on. This new form factor is small enough to sit up on top of a modestly sized desk. In fact, it’s small enough to carry under your arm, and not all that heavy (while empty). It still packs a wonderful array of features and a heavily modular design though. Plus, Thermaltake has designed so that the whole thing can be stripped down to its parts, making it very modder-friendly, or even to ease the process of installing your hardware.
For in-depth specifications, please visit the official product page here.
“Designed to expand the legacy of The Tower 900 E-ATX Super Tower Chassis, The Tower 100 Snow Mini Chassis is the newest member of The Tower Series. It features three 4mm tempered glass windows for a stunning view and two preinstalled 120mm standard fans on top and at the rear for exhaust. It is a much smaller version of The Tower 900 with dimensions of 462.8mm (Height), 266mm (Width), 266mm (Depth).
Though it may not be the smallest Mini-ITX chassis on the market, it is a highly capable one that can fit high-end components like the RTX 30 Series Graphics Cards. The Tower 100 Snow Mini Chassis is designed to target users who have a limited space at their workplace or at home, or those who simply do not want their PC to take too much space. No matter if you are a regular users, gamers, or content creators, etc. you will find it ideal and can place it almost anywhere in your room.” – Thermaltake
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