Tuesday, June 2nd 2020

Thermaltake Announces the DistroCase 350P Mid-Tower Chassis

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is thrilled to announce an advanced PC case- the DistroCase 350P Mid-Tower Chassis. It is a fully modular designed chassis with a distro plate as the chassis' main body. The multi-functional PC enclosure is incorporated with its own water channels, reservoir, and multiple inlets and outlets, which provides users, gamers, and enthusiasts an easier way to design their water loops. The 48 LEDs on the DistroCase 350P Mid-Tower Chassis are TT RGB PLUS Ecosystem, ARGB motherboard software, and NeonMaker software compatible. PC builders can control the lights by synchronizing the case with motherboard brands including ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock Polychrome. They can also enjoy TT AI Voice Control, Amazon Alexa Voice Service, and Razer Chroma by using Thermaltake patented TT RGB PLUS Ecosystem software for the ultimate user experience.
Features of Thermaltake DistroCase 350P Mid-Tower Chassis:
Smart and Multi-functional Unit
The DistroCase 350P is a chassis that combines a pump, a distribution plate, and a tempered glass panel which are constructed into one easy to build chassis. The body of the case is made with SPCC & PMMA and preinstalled with a D5 pump, which allows hot and cold coolant to run smoothly through the entire case and minimize the complicated water loops while keeping your liquid-cooled components cool. Furthermore, the 48 LEDs on the DistroCase 350P are motherboard software, TT RGB PLUS Ecosystem software, and NeonMaker software compatible, giving you plenty of options to control the light colors and modes of The DistroCase 350P.

Sync with Motherboard RGB Software
The DistroCase 350P Mid-Tower Chassis has been meticulously designed to synchronize with ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock Polychrome. It supports motherboards that have a 5 V addressable RGB header, allowing you to control the lighting directly from the software mentioned above without needing to install any extra lighting software or controllers.

TT RGB PLUS Ecosystem
Light up your system with almost limitless possibilities and synchronize your TT RGB PLUS compatible products (CPU/VGA water blocks, AIO CPU coolers, PSUs, LED strips, gaming keyboards, headsets, mice and mousepads) to create an RGB ecosystem that is truly unique to you.

Thermaltake NeonMaker Lighting Software
NeonMaker is a new advanced editing software for RGB lighting customization. NeonMaker provides various stunning pre-set lighting effects but also allows users to edit their lighting effects on every single LED, granting access to further customizable lighting options.

Tempered Glass Panel
The DistroCase 350P Mid-Tower Chassis is a true open frame case with viewing capability of showing front and back full sides. The tempered glass panel features 5 mm 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 skillsets.

Handy I/O Ports
The Chasis comes in with two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 to grand direct access when needed.
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3 Comments on Thermaltake Announces the DistroCase 350P Mid-Tower Chassis

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Arcdar
Not sure if I should like or hate it.... it has some nice Features, but I'd be really interested in seing a test of this --- how does it perform (noise to colling), how well is the sealing of the Distribution-plate and the Connection-outlets, how good is the integrated pump and how does the LED-Integration work (for example also with Razer/etc. compability --- I love my LianLi RazerED for example, but hate that my Corsair LL-Fans cannot be synced to it :/ )
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AnarchoPrimitiv
Arcdar
Not sure if I should like or hate it.... it has some nice Features, but I'd be really interested in seing a test of this --- how does it perform (noise to colling), how well is the sealing of the Distribution-plate and the Connection-outlets, how good is the integrated pump and how does the LED-Integration work (for example also with Razer/etc. compability --- I love my LianLi RazerED for example, but hate that my Corsair LL-Fans cannot be synced to it :/ )
You obviously didn't read the press release because it answers your question... Fairly quickly too.
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Arcdar
AnarchoPrimitiv
You obviously didn't read the press release because it answers your question... Fairly quickly too.
And you didn't get my concern, besides the fact that "is it REALLY compatible to Razer" was only one of the things I'm interested in. the rest was About cooling and Overall functionality. For example how well the Distributor is done and how well it works --- also a fact - how Long. Are the connectors made well enough that you're able to use it even if you switch boards 3-4 times while you Keep the case? Or is the plastic a "screw something in once and never remove it ever again as it wouldn't get watertight ever again after one use. This alone is a massive Point for the case and I'd be really interested in how well it works Overall - not only short term but Long term.

About Razer-Chroma: Yes, compability is stated, Right away. But interestingly not where the RBG-Control is but where the voice Control is talked About. Also, just stating that something is compatible doesn't mean it works as you'd expect or as flawless as you'd want to or that I wouldn't be interested in a test of the case.
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