Thermaltake Unveil Core P6 TG/Core P6 TG Snow Cases
Mike Sanders / 3 months ago
Thermaltake has today introduced a new addition to the Core Series, the Core P6 TG and Core P6 TG Snow. Besides inheriting all classic features from the Core Series, the unique Core P6 TG can be either used as a closed or open style chassis like Core P8 TG. Users can switch from a regular mid-tower chassis to an open frame chassis by removing the top and front panels. Panels are made of 4 mm thick tempered glass, and their transparency allows users to fully enjoy the interior layout and RGB components installed. Furthermore, the Core P6 offers a two-way placement layout for users to select a wall-mount or vertical placement to better suit their interior space. In addition, the smaller size provides more flexibility for space configuration.
Thermaltake Core P6 TG and Core P6 TG Snow Cases
The Core P6 comes with a graphics card support bracket to give extra support as the graphic cards become heavier, especially advanced ones. With two graphics card support brackets, users do not need to worry about the tilt caused by heavy graphics cards. A power cover is pre-installed to provide dust-proof protection for the power supply and enables easy cable management. Furthermore, it brings an overall neat appearance to the chassis.
Closed and Open Frame Transformation Design
The Thermaltake Core P6 TG Mid-Tower Chassis allows users to display their build in two different ways. Users can choose their preferred style of chassis by removing the front and top panels easily switching from a closed style to an open frame chassis with the Core P6 TG.
Handy I/O Ports
Sufficient for fundamental needs by supporting users with one Type-C port, two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0, with an HD Audio port, and one reset button on the front panel.
Tempered Glass Panels
There are three 4 mm tempered glass panels on the top, front, and left of Core P6 TG. The tempered glass panel is thicker and more scratch-resistant compared to standard acrylic panels. Besides, the full-size side panel design allows you to display and enjoy your internal layout.
Vertical GPU Mount
Specially designed with dual GPU placement options, the Core P6 TG has support for both vertical and horizontal graphics card layouts. With rotatable PCI-E slot design, the included riser GPU support bracket can not only prevent the graphics card from sagging, but also helps reduce the overall weight on the motherboard.
Excellent Dust Reduction
Magnetic fan filters located on the top, side, and bottom panels provide an easy solution to keep away the dust and to clean the filter. Even when displaying as a closed-style chassis, the magnetic fan filters still provide excellent ventilation support for the chassis.
High-End Expansion Possibilities
Core P6 TG Mid Tower Chassis contains excellent expandability options; it can support motherboards up to an E- ATX, a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 180 mm, VGA placement of up to 300 mm (with reservoir) and 335 mm (without reservoir) in length, and a power supply with a diameter of up to 200 mm. Optimized for excellent cooling capabilities, it can hold three 120 mm fans on the front, top, right, and bottom and one on the rear, summing up to thirteen 120 mm fans in total or switch to eight 140 mm fans at the front, top, right, and bottom sides. For radiator compatibility, it can support one 360 mm at the front, one 360 mm on the right, and one 360 mm at the top. The Core P6 TG also provides seven expansion slots; as with drive bays, there are four 3.5″ or eight 2.5″ storage devices.
Where Can I Learn More?
At the time of writing, Thermaltake has not confirmed any specific regional release dates for these new mid-tower case designs nor how much consumers can expect them to cost. However, if you do want to learn more about this and other Thermaltake products, you can check out their official website via the link here!
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