Thursday, March 16th 2017

Thermaltake Introduces Wall-Mountable Core P1 mITX Chassis

Thermaltake is consistently increasing its offers in the wall-mountable chassis portion of its business. Now, the company is introducing a mITX chassis that's supposed to appeal to wall-mounting users who prefer a lither system with a smaller footprint.

As is the hallmark of the P series, the P1 offers support for your choice of AIO or custom loop liquid coolers. It's open-frame design and 5 mm thick tempered glass will make sure to showcase all your components and bling properly. The Core P1 features three setup choices - vertical, horizontal, and wall-mounted. The chassis allows for three 2.5" drives and an extra 2.5" or 3.5". The case features five expansion slots, looking to offer more flexibility in the installation. The Core P1 allows 2x 120 mm fans to be installed, or 1x 240 mm radiator. The clearance for the CPU cooler is 170 mm, the graphics card can be up to 380 mm with a radiator thinner than 30 mm (without fans), and the PSU length sits at to 180 mm.

Source: eTeknix
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7 Comments on Thermaltake Introduces Wall-Mountable Core P1 mITX Chassis

#1
Diola
Cool, but why does it support more than one dedicated card? Mini-itx supports only one.
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#2
claes
Diola said:
Cool, but why does it support more than one dedicated card? Mini-itx supports only one.
Mini-DTX compatability (if a board ever exists) and support for ITX boards that can do bifurcation maybe?
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#3
doxology
Thinking maybe it is supposed to be a Matx case not Mitx as Matx can have 4 expansion slots and then maybe take a 5th if the last slot is a dual slot gpu?
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#5
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
Perhaps it uses a riser card that connects to one x16 slot but splits the bandwidth for two x8 slots? given the card is parallel to the motherboard surely a riser card with right angle slot is in play anyhow.
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#6
micropage7
i dunno what on their mind, add glass on everything?
it looks like has no concept, just add this and that then add glass
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