Wednesday, November 2nd 2016

Thermaltake Announces the Core P5 Tempered Glass Edition Chassis

Thermaltake has launched its latest Core P5 series, the Core P5 Tempered Glass Edition ATX Wall-Mount Chassis and the Core P5 Tempered Glass Snow Edition ATX Wall-Mount Chassis, which features three 5mm thick tempered glass windows, including a front panel and two side panels, plus stainless steel pillar secure mechanism to display and protect the glory of the build.

The newest series of Core P5 has remained the classic structure of Thermaltake open frame chassis family. It comes with fully modular design that allows flexibility for 3-way placement layouts (Wall mount, Horizontal and Vertical), dual GPU layout locations (Horizontal and Vertical), and placement locations for liquid cooling components. Indulge your system presentation with the brand new Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass Edition open frame chassis.
Exclusively "Tt LCS Certified"
Tt LCS Certified is a Thermaltake exclusive certification applied to products that pass the design and rigorous hardcore enthusiast standards that only the world's best LCS chassis are held to. The Tt LCS certification was created so that we at Thermaltake can clearly convey to power users and enthusiasts which chassis are built and tested to be best compatible under extreme liquid cooling configurations. This ensures you get the best performance, compatibility and features.

Features o f Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass Edition ATX Wall-Mount Chassis Series:

Built for Makers
By practicing and incorporating the idea of "maker movement" as well as 3D printing, Thermaltake designs the open frame panoramic viewing chassis as anyone can access and do his/her own mods as well as print out his/her own ideas using available liquid cooling components and manuals without boundaries. All the files are available to download on 3dmakers.thermaltake.com.

5mm Thick Tempered Glass Window with Stunning Viewing
The Core P5 series is a true open frame case with viewing capability of showing front and back full sides. The tempered glass panels feature 5mm thickness that meets the highest standards in the industry. Moreover, unlike any other cases on the market, the enlarged glass windows permit users to fully display every RGB component of the system, and show off their dedication and skill set.

DMD - Dismantlable Modular Design
Users are allowed to freely build the system from the ground up with given modular panels, racks, brackets, and pre-design mounting arrays. No more unreachable screw corners or gaps and enjoys installation in a breeze with Dismantlable Modular Design.

Versatile GPU & PSU Orientation
Show off your graphic card and power supply with Thermaltake's special design bracket. The Core P5 series has included a riser cable for you to choose the way you want to build the system. Further, the Core P5 series also has the support for vertical PSU layout when ITX motherboard is applied.

Remarkable Expansion
Designed for high-end gaming system compatibility, the Core P5 series supports motherboard up to standard ATX, a tower CPU cooler with maximum height 180mm, and a dual expansion slot VGA of up to 320mm in length without reservoir. Further, the modular drive racks allow users to easily install up to four 3.5"/2.5" storage devices. Users can remove the drive bays to gain maximum space for cable management up to 45mm.

Supreme Liquid-Cooling Support
The Core P5 series has the capability to deliver an excellent cooling efficiency, and enables users to build a complete thermal solution, including DIY/AIO liquid-cooling systems and air-cooling units. It supports up to either 480mm liquid cooling radiator, or a 140mm case fans with a long graphic card at the same time. Users can also install an AIO cooler onto the case after mounting the AIO bracket.

For more information, visit the product pages of the Core P5 Tempered Glass Edition, and Core P5 Snow Tempered Glass Edition.
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17 Comments on Thermaltake Announces the Core P5 Tempered Glass Edition Chassis

#1
The Quim Reaper
Lol..after two days usage all you'll see is the dust inside and spend every spare moment trying, and failing, to keep it out.

Completely and utterly impractical for home use.
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#2
blobster21
The Quim Reaper said:
Lol..after two days usage all you'll see is the dust inside and spend every spare moment trying, and failing, to keep it out.

Completely and utterly impractical for home use.
+1

Another case bites the dust :roll:
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#3
xpressoz
great build, looks like a pinball game
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#4
ironwolf
blobster21 said:
+1

Another case bites the dust :roll:
Who ya gonna call? Dustbusters! :laugh:
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#5
silentbogo
Reminds me of my college years and Acrylic fad.
Everyone wanted an "ultimate plexiglas case with blue LEDs".
Today it's a more expensive version: "an ultimate tempered glass case with RGB LEDs" :slap:

Good job Thermaltake and LianLi! :nutkick:
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#6
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
well it looks kickass but all the clean routine that you have to spent with it will kill me no thanks,

Regards,
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#7
Chaitanya
silentbogo said:
Reminds me of my college years and Acrylic fad.
Everyone wanted an "ultimate plexiglas case with blue LEDs".
Today it's a more expensive version: "an ultimate tempered glass case with RGB LEDs" :slap:

Good job Thermaltake and LianLi! :nutkick:
You are forgetting In Win, Phanteks, and countless other makers who have fallen prey to Tempered glass fad.
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#8
jjxaker
Thermaltake, the new year is not soon!:D
To be honest, looks like a child's toy...
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#9
RealNeil
Chaitanya said:
You are forgetting In Win, Phanteks, and countless other makers who have fallen prey to Tempered glass fad.
Ha! I'm using an InWin 901 and an InWin 805 here. They are glass cases, but they're ~smoked-glass~ and hard to see into. They collect dust just like any other case does and I clean them just as often as the rest of them.
Note that the interior glass doesn't collect a lot of dust, but the exterior does.
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#10
alucasa
Waitn' for a blow doll chassis.
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#12
Basard
Why all the tempered glass hate? I've been wondering for 15 years why they ever used acrylic in the first place...
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#13
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Basard said:
Why all the tempered glass hate? I've been wondering for 15 years why they ever used acrylic in the first place...
easier to manipulate, tempered glass might last moar and its pretty much scratch resistant, but some years ago was also little moar expensive sir,

Regards,
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#14
bogami
The bearing pins are still very ugly plastic metal inexpensive solution .and are defamatory of the metal glass body appearance. , also it needs more drive bay inside and outside of course, no plastics .and four fens.
the rest is then if desired and Budget . metal'm beautiful .
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#15
RealNeil
This case is designed for viewing your build. It does that well. The looks are not what I'm used to but I don't hate it.
Its thermal handling characteristics are different than other designs, so I would like to see comprehensive reviews before I call it "bad", or say "yeah!".
Capabilities speak louder to me than looks, 90% of the time. If it works well, I like it better.

It surely does lay open your build for total inspection.
I like the black one better.
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#16
SpikeHob
No problem keeping the P5 clean , Radiator has filter , a quick blast with air duster once a week , all clean .
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#17
lorraine walsh
It's crazy how expensive these tempered glass cases are. I have two glass computer desks that nearly cost the same prize.
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