Sunday, June 4th 2017

Thermaltake Shows Off New Products at Computex 2017

At Computex 2017, Thermaltake, the company which makes giantly oversized PC cases, took to the stage to continue doing what it does best. The Level 20 TItanium clearly is at the top of its class: a concept design chassis with a "don't touch me, don't photograph me" attitude which was nevertheless captured by intrepid reporters who like to live dangerously. This is a great looking case, and is sure to dominate any environment it finds itself in.
However, there were some other products which aren't so usually associated with the company that made their debut. An example is the Nemesis Switch Optical RGB gaming mouse, which makes use of a patented key switching system (those four side buttons) and a Pixart 3360 optical sensor with up to 12000 DPI resolution. There's on the fly DPI adjustment options for twitch-shooting and precise movements, and the Omron switches ensure up to 50 million clicks, which is a lot in rodent years. Did I mention the Nemesis also boast of 16.8 million colors in its RGB pedigree?
Moving on to power feeding your PC, Thermaltake showed that the RGB lighting craze is everywhere people can look at, with their Smart RGB line of 500, 600 and 700 W power supplies. These are 80 PLUS certified, feature 15 color modes, and an ultra quiet fan, being backed by a 5 year warranty.
Moving on some steps up the Thermaltake product ladder, the Thoughpower Grand are the epitome of power supplies for the company: they are 80+ Platinum certified, the fan has the company's Riing system with 256 colors, there's less than 30 mV ripple noise, has a Smart zero fan system (meaning the fan is idle until it reaches a certain temperature threshold), and is backed by a 10 year warranty. These come in at the 850, 1050, and 1200 W capacities.
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10 Comments on Thermaltake Shows Off New Products at Computex 2017

why in the world would they not want it photographed? why even show it then....
It looks nice though imo
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Looks like a retro future pc.

I like it.
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hmm. only cases and case mods are on computex?!
look at last 15 articles.. just cases:laugh:
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Let's see what designs they stole now!
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So it's like a Level 10, but has glass sides, and twice the price?
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Who was the mad lad who placed away the 'no touching' and 'no photography' signs to open the case and take some pictures while the rep was sitting in the background?
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That case... couldn't they have swapped the positions of the PSU and mobo sections?
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The original Level 10 was $750, the Titanium Edition was $1000-$1100. The glass panels should make this cheaper to manufacture (less extruded aluminum), but I'm guessing this will cost at least $1000. Nice looking premium case though for the few who can afford it.
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Now owning a high end PSU that doesn't do "zero RPM" with fan, I actually prefer it. It runs at such low RPM you can't possibly hear it and since it's FDB fan, life isn't an issue. But it's still moving some air. Where with no fan spinning things will always be warmer. 10 years warranty is nice, anyone knows what OEM is Thermaltake using for PSU's?
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Thermaltake fanboy
RejZoR10 years warranty is nice, anyone knows what OEM is Thermaltake using for PSU's?
CWT was its original manufacturer on most PSU's .... {}
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