Thursday, November 30th 2017

Thermaltake Announces Core P90 Tempered Glass Edition Chassis

Thermaltake once again surprises the casemod and DIY community with the new Core P90 Tempered Glass Edition Mid-tower Chassis. The new member boasts a unique chassis design that divides the case into three compartments for graphic card, PSU and other cooling components. The triangular corners and two 5mm thick tempered glass side panels give the Core P90 a hexagonal prism shape. Along with its 3-way placement layouts (wall-mountable, horizontal laying and vertical standing), the Core P90 TG delivers high installation flexibility for a revolutionary system display from every angle.

The interior space for custom cooling loop is maximised thanks to its "3+2" HDD mounts inside the right side panel and two 3.5"/2.5" HDD compatible brackets behind the M/B tray. With supports for up to three 140mm fans, one 480mm radiator and for the latest PC hardware, AIO and DIY liquid cooling solutions, the Core P90 TG permits users to enhance the aesthetics and provides limitless potential for system configuration.
The new Thermaltake Core P90 Tempered Glass Edition Mid-Tower Chassis is now available for purchase worldwide on TT Premium. The product availability and price vary by country and region. For more information, visit the product page.
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12 Comments on Thermaltake Announces Core P90 Tempered Glass Edition Chassis

#2
Hood
The late night janitor at Thermaltake accidentally knocked over a whole shelf of P5s and P3s, and turned them into a pile of plexiglas sheets and aluminum rods. To keep his job, he stayed late that night trying to reassemble the confusing jumble of crap and cover his mistake. He tried, but it was too hard, so he just triangulated everything and called it a night. In the morning, the Vice President of Useless Products walked by, saw the janitor's creation, and loved it. Thus the P90 was born...
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#3
romeg
Hood, post: 3762032, member: 110365"
The late night janitor at Thermaltake accidentally knocked over a whole shelf of P5s and P3s, and turned them into a pile of plexiglas sheets and aluminum rods. To keep his job, he stayed late that night trying to reassemble the confusing jumble of crap and cover his mistake. He tried, but it was too hard, so he just triangulated everything and called it a night. In the morning, the Vice President of Useless Products walked by, saw the janitor's creation, and loved it. Thus the P90 was born...
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#4
Rich Knapp
Hood, post: 3762032, member: 110365"
The late night janitor at Thermaltake accidentally knocked over a whole shelf of P5s and P3s, and turned them into a pile of plexiglas sheets and aluminum rods. To keep his job, he stayed late that night trying to reassemble the confusing jumble of crap and cover his mistake. He tried, but it was too hard, so he just triangulated everything and called it a night. In the morning, the Vice President of Useless Products walked by, saw the janitor's creation, and loved it. Thus the P90 was born...
Too funny! hehehe
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#5
bogami
Wonderful design. and it still have this ugly carriers. :banghead:
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#6
HimymCZe
EXPECTED PRICE?
>similar to Core P3/P5/P7(that do NOT have tempered glass) or do I have to sell a kidney for wall-mountable tempered glass case?
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#7
EarthDog
Get your kidney prepped... ;)
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#8
PcForge


looks much better with this curved window mod
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#9
Vayra86
Hood, post: 3762032, member: 110365"
The late night janitor at Thermaltake accidentally knocked over a whole shelf of P5s and P3s, and turned them into a pile of plexiglas sheets and aluminum rods. To keep his job, he stayed late that night trying to reassemble the confusing jumble of crap and cover his mistake. He tried, but it was too hard, so he just triangulated everything and called it a night. In the morning, the Vice President of Useless Products walked by, saw the janitor's creation, and loved it. Thus the P90 was born...
Make this a returning series please, this was brilliant
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#10
JackOne
Wow what a ugly monstrosity. Also have fun cleaning it every day or so. PC's aren't meant to be open, it's just gonna catch dirt in every little hole. It'll look "good" a few days and then start to get dirty and annoying, having to clean it constantly.
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#11
Th3pwn3r
JackOne, post: 3762637, member: 174538"
Wow what a ugly monstrosity. Also have fun cleaning it every day or so. PC's aren't meant to be open, it's just gonna catch dirt in every little hole. It'll look "good" a few days and then start to get dirty and annoying, having to clean it constantly.
Maybe it you live in a pig sty. I open my machines every few months and never even find dust in them even without filters. If you vacuum regularly and keep dust off or ceiling fan blades it shouldn't be an issue.
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#12
micropage7
meh, no
i pefer buiding lego case than this one
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