Friday, June 29th 2018

Thermaltake Announces Core P5 TG Ti Edition ATX Wall-Mount Chassis

Thermaltake, a leading premium gaming tower manufacturer, has launched its latest Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass Ti Edition ATX Wall-Mount Chassis, an upgrade to the predecessor Core P5. Constructed with 5mm tempered glass panel plus stainless steel panels for secure mechanism, four USB 3.0 data transfer ports, a motherboard tray and 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. Uncover greatness with the Core P5 TG Ti's panoramic viewing angle with its full tempered glass window; designed to protect and display your stunning liquid cooling system.

By practicing and incorporating the idea of "maker movement" as well as 3D printing, Thermaltake designs the open frame panoramic viewing chassis for anyone to 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.
Features of the Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass Ti Edition ATX Wall-Mount Chassis:

5mm Thick Tempered Glass Window with Stunning Viewing
The Core P5 TG Ti 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.

3-Way Placement Layout
The Core P5 TG Ti is designed for use in three different ways: Wall-mount, vertical, and horizontal placement. Built for customization that reflects the makers' personality, it allows for adjustments to the chassis for the best viewing presentation while ensuring outstanding cooling performance. Users can hang it on the wall as decoration, take it to wherever they want and display the nice builds vertically or horizontally.

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. With the Dismantlable Modular Design, installation is easy and there are no more unreachable screw corners or gaps.

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 support for vertical PSU layout when the ITX motherboard is applied.

Motherboard Tray Design
The Core P5 TG Ti offers flexible motherboard mounting options with motherboard support tray. Users can choose the way they want to display the motherboard vertically or horizontally for outstanding cooling performance.

Handy I/O Ports
The panel is designed with four USB 3.0 data transfer ports along with a HD microphone and headset jacks, to grant direct access when needed. The Core P5 TG Ti has included a Y cable adapter for I/O USB port with USB 3.1 and USB 2.0 connector to adapt various motherboard USB setups.

Remarkable Expansion
Designed for high-end gaming system compatibility, the Core P5 TG Ti 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 TG Ti 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 flexibly install for pump with pump bracket. Built-in rotation motherboard tray supports all types of AIO liquid cooling system without installing AIO bracket. Unparalleled cooling performance improves overall case ventilation.

For more information, visit the product page.
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11 Comments on Thermaltake Announces Core P5 TG Ti Edition ATX Wall-Mount Chassis

#1
ebivan
I wonder if the gamers out there realize how dust effects their shiny glass chassis. Or do they all clean them on a weekly basis? Or have their partners do it? Or have cleaning personal hired..?
Well, my rig is in an ugly tin can out of sight, full of dust...
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#2
londiste
So, what changed? I get that TG was added with change to tempered glass. Ti Edition?
Is there anything beyond marketing rebrand?

My Core P5 has been gathering surprisingly low amount of dust. I clean it about once a month very briefly and it does not look dusty.
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#3
Caring1
Glass certainly attracts less dust than Perspex.
I moved from a glass windowed case to another with Perspex and it seems to get a static build up caused by the air flow.
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#4
bug
This thing looks to have some serious airflow issues :P
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#5
erixx
Having the Rajintek Paean, which is a bit spacier, and having just replaced the mobo, cpu and PSU, I can only sing the glories of these kind of cases, it is fun, easy and beautiful. The only part I had dust after 1 year is inside the radiator, and that would be the same in any case (pun intended).
I bought one of these because canned air is ridiculous:
and I use it all time all around the house :laugh:
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#6
londiste
erixx
I bought one of these because canned air is ridiculous:
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and I use it all time all around the house :laugh:
You mean you attached it to your Paean to resolve all the airflow issues? :laugh:
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#7
erixx
I was expecting that one HAHA!
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#8
trparky
I certainly hope that they designed it so that you don't have to mount the chassis on the wall before you build the system. Maybe have it so like you put some mounting hardware on the wall first, then pick the chassis up, line it up with the hardware on the wall, and let it slip into the mount holes.
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#9
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
erixx
and I use it all time all around the house :laugh:
i have one in my job, amazing for several uses!
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#10
John Naylor
I use a dual tank air compressor for heat sinks and rads and a shop vac w/ filter ... place the air suction behind the rear case grille and then use the air compressor to blow everything out the rear case grille. No sense just moving the dust around leaving it to resettle again. Since the room is clean, filtered forced air HVAC, and the dust from each cleaning is captured, the quarterly cleanings are done more from force of habit than anything else.
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londiste
trparky
I certainly hope that they designed it so that you don't have to mount the chassis on the wall before you build the system. Maybe have it so like you put some mounting hardware on the wall first, then pick the chassis up, line it up with the hardware on the wall, and let it slip into the mount holes.
There are standard VESA mounting holes (75x75, 100x100 or 200x100) on the back of the case. You need to buy VESA mount separately and how the actual mounting goes depends on the VESA mount.
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