Monday, January 6th 2020

Thermaltake Announces S300 Tempered Glass Mid-Tower Chassis

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is thrilled to present a new member to the S Series family - the S300 Tempered Glass Mid Tower Chassis which comes in simple black and elegant white. Inherits the same luxurious touch from the S series, S300 TG's sleek exterior has a minimalistic design; with the metallic surface and the high-quality 4 mm tempered glass side panel, it can be both simple and playful. Top-front I/O ports placement provides sufficient practicability and a preinstalled 120 mm rear fan for competent ventilation.

Magnetic removable filters on the top, right, and bottom not only offer extra airflow but excellent protection against dirt or dust. Our well-designed interior spacing, rotational PCI-E slots, and removable PSU cover allow users to install hardware effortlessly and arrange the components as you wish. S300 TG also serves outstanding liquid cooling expansions and advanced cable management with affordable pricing. If you are looking for a fashionable, contemporary designed chassis, but still hoping to display the components, S300 TG will be the premium option to go.
Features of the S300 TG Mid-Tower Chassis:
Sleek Steel Design with One 4 mm Tempered Glass Window
The clean steel panels are constructed to provide contemporary minimalistic design to users. With one 4 mm tempered glass window on the side, users are free to demonstrate their DIY spirit and enjoy the ultimate internal component visibility.

Convenient I/O Ports
The I/O Ports of S300 TG Mid-Tower Chassis features one USB 3.0, two standard USB 2.0, and one HD Audio slots, power and reset buttons, providing direct access points when needed.

Vertical GPU Mount
Specially designed with dual GPU placement options, the S300 TG has support for both vertical and horizontal graphics card layouts. With dual PCI-E slot designs (and an optional PCI-e riser cable), the included riser GPU support bracket can not only prevent the graphics card from sagging, but also helps reduce the overall weight on the motherboard.

Excellent Liquid Cooling Support
The S300 TG has plenty of space for advanced AIO/DIY liquid cooling components and supports all kinds of AIO liquid cooling solutions. It is able to hold up to 360 mm custom liquid cooling radiator and up to 360 mm AIO liquid coolers. Moreover, the case design is optimized for providing users a quick way to access the drain valve without having to tilt the entire PC when draining coolant from the loop. The S300 TG has one built in 120 mm rear fan and expansion options for can be up to two 200 mm fans at the front, combined with one 200 mm fan on the top.

Superior Hardware Support
The S300 TG contains excellent expandability options, allowing you to build the most high-end system you can dream of. It can support motherboards up to a standard ATX, a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 170 mm, vertical and horizontal GPU configurations up to 360 mm in length (without reservoir) and 280 mm in length (with reservoir), a power supply with a length of up to 200 mm, and two 2.5"/3.5" (with HDD rack), two 2.5" (with HDD bracket) storage devices, plus two 3.5" (without HDD Rack).

Availability
Thermaltake S300 Tempered Glass and S300 Tempered Glass Snow Edition Mid-Tower Chassis are now available for purchase, via the Thermaltake worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors.
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8 Comments on Thermaltake Announces S300 Tempered Glass Mid-Tower Chassis

#1
Basard
Is it just me, or is the removable mesh top filter the bane of every new case's existence? About 99% of the time the top is used for exhaust--making the filter a pointless burden. Then when you remove that top filter to create more air flow, your case looks like garbage.
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jmcslob
Basard
Is it just me, or is the removable mesh top filter the bane of every new case's existence? About 99% of the time the top is used for exhaust--making the filter a pointless burden. Then when you remove that top filter to create more air flow, your case looks like garbage.
and then your 3 yo takes it and goes off running with it and it's never to be seen again
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sepheronx
jmcslob
and then your 3 yo takes it and goes off running with it and it's never to be seen again
I know this issue far too well.

Case is nice, but I have seen that design before. More than once too.
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phanbuey
Basard
Is it just me, or is the removable mesh top filter the bane of every new case's existence? About 99% of the time the top is used for exhaust--making the filter a pointless burden. Then when you remove that top filter to create more air flow, your case looks like garbage.
It is not just you. That mesh on top completely ruins cases.

And I too have a 2 year old that my cases definitely have to have as few open vented areas as humanly possible.
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Vayra86
Basard
Is it just me, or is the removable mesh top filter the bane of every new case's existence? About 99% of the time the top is used for exhaust--making the filter a pointless burden. Then when you remove that top filter to create more air flow, your case looks like garbage.
+1. I think Fractal has a reasonably elegant solution with the single top plate that fits snugly. But then they also released some cases where that is divided into two separate plates... yuck. Some companies really screw it up though, like all those black plates and/or meshes on a white case for example... like... how lazy can you get. (So yes, TT, looking at you, too)

Its a fine art, this balance between functionality and design.

And it seems my all white build is still very far away despite all those presumably 'white' products.
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#6
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Front should be open
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#7
Kovoet
Starting find most of these cases are starting look the same.
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Basard
Vayra86
+1. I think Fractal has a reasonably elegant solution with the single top plate that fits snugly
I'm just about to rip out the mesh under the louvers of this Define R6.... At one point I had two fans pointing in and one pointing out up top. But, I'm 99% sure I'm going to keep three fans exhausting up top through a radiator--now that I have more fans in my house than I can shake a stick at.
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