Tuesday, October 23rd 2018

Thermaltake Intros Core P3 TG Chassis with Curved Tempered Glass Panel

Thermaltake today introduced the first major redesign of the Core P3 chassis from 2016. Called the Core P3 TG, the case includes a curved tempered glass panel that you can either orient to cover the side and top, or the side and front. The 5 mm-thick glass panel features a curved edge, and bends 90° over a curved edge. The open-air ATX case can be oriented as a tower or sideways. Its expansion slots are arranged perpendicular to the plane of the motherboard, and you use PCIe riser cables to install your graphics cards.

The highly modular case features detachable drive bays, which include two each 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch. Mounts along the motherboard tray let you install large radiators, such as 420 mm x 140 mm. The case measures 333 mm x 470 mm x 512 mm (WxDxH), and serves up room for graphics cards up to 45 cm long (no length limits if you orient the glass panel to cover the top), and CPU coolers up to 18 cm in height, and PSUs up to 20 cm in length. Available now, the Core P3 TG is expected to be priced around $130.
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5 Comments on Thermaltake Intros Core P3 TG Chassis with Curved Tempered Glass Panel

#2
Dammeron
Because all You need is to have all those RGBs unrestrained by any wall, straight into Your eyes...

Anyone remembers how we used to make those 15 years ago?
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DeathtoGnomes
at first glance the only redesign is the curved glass. Is it sold separately?
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crazyeyesreaper
Chief Broken Rig
"DeathtoGnomes said:
at first glance the only redesign is the curved glass. Is it sold separately?
Yes you can buy the curved glass separately its been available for quite some time actually. I have contemplated buying it for myself.
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bonehead123
"Dammeron said:
Because all You need is to have all those RGBs unrestrained by any wall, straight into Your eyes...

Anyone remembers how we used to make those 15 years ago?

Yep, and it still looks as crappy and junky today as it did back then :kookoo: :laugh: :eek:
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