Monday, May 25th 2015

Thermaltake Announces the Suppressor F51 Mid-tower Chassis

Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, has unveiled the Suppressor F51 window/non-window mid-tower chassis, the latest series to the Thermaltake case line. Featuring leading-edge sound reduction panels on all sides, expand your cooling options with removable panels for the perfect balance in silent operation and cooling performance.

The Suppressor F51 supports a range of motherboard platforms from Mini ITX to E-ATX solutions, unrivaled liquid cooling expansion and expandability for all high-end GPU solutions users. The Suppressor F51 will also be on display from June 2nd to June 6th at COMPUTEX Taipei 2015 at Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall 4th floor, Booth M110.
Tool-free Installation
Innovative 5.25" and 3.5" tool-free drive bay design minimizes installation/removal with hidden drive bays on the back panel to provide a clean look and improved expansion for liquid cooling components. The "2 + 6" drive bay with modular drive racks allows multiple SSD/HDD devices for improved storage capacity.

Fully Modular Design
With removable "2 + 6" drive racks, gain more for custom cooling components to freely interchange SSD/HDD cage sections for maximum interior space. Take the advantage to include high-end, maximum capacity, cooling allotment without the reduction of GPU length limitations when incorporating liquid cooling expansion for the ultimate cooling performance.

Dust Reduction
Super fine fan filters provide excellent protection and reduction against dirt and dust on the top, inside front panel, and bottom. The magnetic fan filter on the top simply attaches to the filter for dust filtration.

Modular Sound-damping Design
Built-in sound-damping panels incorporated on the top, front, and side panels of the Suppressor F51 chassis reinforce noise reduction for silent operation. Optimizing cooling performance with removable mounted top panels expand cooling configurations for both air and liquid cooling solutions. Design and build a custom leading-edge silent operation PC with options for 120/140/200mm cooling fans and liquid cooling support for single, dual and triple radiator applications.

Optimized Silent Operation
Preinstalled sound-damping foams of F51 reduce noise and acoustic levels within the entire chassis for extreme silent purpose.

Optimized Cooling Performance
After the removal of all sound-damping covers from the top panel, Suppressor F51 dissipates heat more efficiently. The temperature decreases 2.6°C/36.38°F without any sound damping covers.

Outstanding Ventilation
The Suppressor F51 delivers advanced cooling performance for DIY/AIO liquid cooling and air cooling systems. With wide top-to-bottom side ventilation grills, air intake is maximized with a single 200mm front fan built-in and includes options for up to (3) 120mm or 140mm front fans with the provided ODD bridge (optional) combined with (2) bottom mount 120mm fan locations for maximum fan space selection. Dissipate heat properly with (1) rear built-in 140mm fan and (3) sectional top mounts to manage proper air flow in and out.

High-end Complete Solution
The Thermaltake Suppressor F51 Window enables users to build a complete high-end system that supports up to triple 120/140mm liquid cooling radiators or up to 200mm case fans. With extended graphic card support (up to 465mm), the Suppressor F51 simultaneously protects the hardware and increases the CPU's overclocking potential for users looking to get the most out of their hardware. Most importantly, the Suppressor F51 delivers outstanding cooling efficiency, reduced exterior noise and dust signatures for ideal silent operation.

For more information, visit the product pages of the Suppressor F51 and Suppressor F51 Window.
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11 Comments on Thermaltake Announces the Suppressor F51 Mid-tower Chassis

#1
lZKoce
I really dig the name, Suppressor.
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Felix A Onyango
I am currently loving thermaltake cases and their modular design.
They are so flexible in terms of the configurations you can use.
Love that name ...... SUPPRESSOR!!!
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#3
dj-electric
Looks very original. Swear never seen that kind of concept before.

"what? they actually made their own designs in mid 2000s? ll....leading in case industry? damn".
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#4
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Dissapointed in the looks actually. I like them, but that's not what something named Suppressor should look like.
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#5
Hood
Felix A Onyango
I am currently loving thermaltake cases and their modular design.
They are so flexible in terms of the configurations you can use.
Love that name ...... SUPPRESSOR!!!
Yeah, looks like all their new cases will get the same treatment (engineered for modularity and versatility, with emphasis on liquid cooling). Their Tt LCS "certification" designates cases which have received such attention and design philosophy. Lately Tt is rocking, actually making interesting cases that surpass Corsair and Cooler Master designs.
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#6
Dammeron
Dj-ElectriC
Looks very original. Swear never seen that kind of concept before.
Totally thought the same. Probably this design was originally theirs, but bad, bad Fractal copied it few years ago. What a douche...
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#7
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
it looks like fractal define clone :p
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#8
DEcobra11
lZKoce
I really dig the name, Suppressor.
Kinda depends on the language context
Funnily enough when I saw the title I thought about sound damping
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#9
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
as a certified thermaltake fanboy I may declare that I just don’t like the front of this one, modular panels inside the case are wonderful, pretty interesting for cooling and also for cable management, but a horrible front part… so flat….
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#10
rooivalk
peche
as a certified thermaltake fanboy I may declare that I just don’t like the front of this one, modular panels inside the case are wonderful, pretty interesting for cooling and also for cable management, but a horrible front part… so flat….
Isn't that pretty much the face of every silent casing ever? Starting with Antec P180 (not Fractal Design) I think.
You could easily add sticker or glue some metal accessories if that's what you like.
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#11
bonehead123
yUk, Yuk and more YUK ! Yes I agree the modular part is nice, but it's not like it's some monumental new design/constuction technology or something, or that no other mfgr does the same thing......in fact, the inside looks ALOT like Corsair's Carbide Air series :)

IMHO, it's still just ANOTHER same ole same same rectangular garden variety boxed enclosure with a completely worthless front panel.
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