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Thermaltake Launches its New Versa T26 & T27 TG ARGB Mid-Tower Chassis

Thermaltake has announced the launch of its new Versa T26 and T27 TG ARGB Mid Tower Chassis. The new models support motherboards up to E-ATX and come with three 120 mm preinstalled 5 V ARGB front fans which can sync with RGB motherboard software including ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock Polychrome. By pressing the RGB button, users can also play with 27 preset RGB lighting effects easily.

Thermaltake Versa T26 & T27 TG ARGB Mid-Tower Chassis

Designed with the same overall layout, both the Versa T26 and T27 TG ARGB Mid Tower Chassis feature a 4 mm tempered glass side panel but with a different front panel design; The front panel of the Versa T26 is mixed with tempered glass and mesh forming a diagonal arrangement, users can enjoy transparent viewing without compromising on cooling performance; For the Versa T27, the front panel is an airflow-optimized panel with perforated T-shaped intake cutouts, which is designed for massive airflow and at the same time representing the TT brand logo.

The Versa T26 and T27 TG ARGB Mid Tower Chassis has excellent hardware expandability allowing support for two 3.5″ hard drives or 2.5″ SSD, VGA placement of up to 380 mm in length (without radiator), and a power supply with a length of up to 200 mm (without HDD cage). With the 7+2 PCI-E slots, users can choose to place the GPU vertically. There is also a full-length built-in PSU cover to bring convenience for cable management. For the cooling configuration, users can install up to seven 120 mm or six 140 mm fans, and place a 360 mm radiator on the top and the front, and 120 mm on the rear.

Features

Thermaltake Versa T26- A Mix of Mesh and Tempered Glass Front Panel Design
The Versa T26 TG ARGB comes with a specially designed front panel mixed with mesh and tempered glass, providing a transparent view, and enabling good airflow at the same time.

Thermaltake Versa T27- An Airflow-Optimized Front Panel
The Versa T27 TG ARGB comes with one large airflow-optimized mesh panel at the front for massive cooling performance.

Three Built-in 120 mm 5 V ARGB Fans
The Versa T26 and T27 TG ARGB come with three 120 mm 5 V ARGB front fans which can be either controlled by the physical RGB button on the I/O panel or motherboard software from ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI, and ASRock. There are 27 RGB lighting modes to play around with when using the physical RGB button, and it’s simple to switch between physical button control and motherboard software control by long-pressing the RGB button for three seconds.

Built-in PSU Cover
The Versa T26 and T27 TG ARGB come with a full-length power supply cover providing plenty of space to tuck away cables while keeping airflow clear for your hard drives and PSU.

Tempered Glass Panels
The Versa T26 and T27 TG ARGB come with one 4 mm tempered glass panel on the left side, thicker and more scratch resistant when compared to standard acrylic. On top of that, the enlarged window design enables you to display and admire all your components in their full RGB glory.

Outstanding Expandability and Ventilation
The Versa T26 and T27 TG ARGB have good expandability. It can support a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 175 mm, VGA placement of up to 380 mm in length (without radiator), a power supply with a length of up to 200 mm (without HDD cage). Optimized for excellent cooling capability with three 120 mm 5 V ARGB fans at the front. You can also choose to put three 140 mm fans at the front. On the top, the case can fit up to three 120 mm fans or two 140 mm fans. For radiator compatibility, it can support up to 360 mm or 280 mm at the front and top.

Handy I/O Ports
Two USB 3.0 ports and a RGB control button on the top to grant direct access when needed.

Sync with Motherboard RGB Software
Designed to synchronize with ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock Polychrome. It supports motherboards with a 5 V addressable RGB header, allowing you to control the lights directly from the software mentioned above without installing any extra lighting software or controllers. For more details, please visit ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI, and ASRock official websites.

Where Can I Learn More?

At the time of writing Thermaltake hasn’t confirmed any specific regional release dates for these new chassis designs, nor how much we can expect them to cost when they do arrive with retailers. – If you do, however, want to learn more about this and their other products, you can check out their official website via the link here!

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