Wednesday, June 2nd 2021

Thermaltake Announces the Core P6 TG and Core P6 TG Snow PC Cases

Thermaltake, is pleased to introduce their new mid-tower chassis, the Core P6 TG, and Core P6 TG Snow. Inheriting classic features from the existing Core P5, the Core P6 TG can be either used as a closed or open configuration and giving users the option to switch from a regular mid-tower design to an open frame by simply removing the top and front panels. The 4 mm thick tempered glass side panels give users a quality viewing platform to display chassis cooling components and RGB while offering stability and protection.

The smaller size combined with two-way chassis placement gives users more options on how their builds are displayed, either in a traditional tower configuration or vertically using the innovative wall-mount. Two graphics card support brackets are included supporting both vertical and traditional GPU mounting configurations. The bracket helps to remove weight from the motherboard and prevent heavy graphic cards from sagging.
Closed and Open Frame Design

The Core P6 TG Mid-Tower Chassis allows users to display their build in two different ways. The case can be converted between a closed and open frame design by removing the front, top, and side panels.

Handy I/O Ports

Connectivity is enabled over a single Type-C port, two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0, and HD Audio ports on the front panel.

Tempered Glass Panels

4 mm tempered glass panels comprise on the top, front, and left of Core P6 TG. The tempered glass panels are thicker and more scratch-resistant compared to standard acrylic panels.

Vertical GPU Mount

Specially designed with dual GPU placement options, the Core P6 TG has support for both vertical and horizontal graphics card layouts. With dual PCI-E slot designs and a PCI-E riser cable, the included riser GPU support bracket can prevent graphics card sag while reducing the overall weight on the motherboard.

Excellent Dust Reduction

Magnetic fan filters located on the top, side, and bottom panels provide an easy solution to collect and reduce dust buildup inside vital cooling components. These filters provide excellent ventilation even when the case is configured as a closed chassis.

High-End Expansion Possibilities

Core P6 TG Mid Tower Chassis contains excellent expandability options; it can support motherboards up to an E- ATX, a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 180 mm, VGA placement of up to 300 (with LCS reservoir) and 335 (without LCS reservoir). The Core P6 TG also provides seven expansion slots and supports up to four 3.5" or eight 2.5" storage devices.

Optimized for excellent cooling, the Core P6 TG supports a total of thirteen 120 mm and seven 140 mm fans. There are three 120 mm fans on the front, top, right, and bottom, and a single fan at the rear. Radiator compatibility matches the fan placement with one 360 mm at the front, one 360 mm on the right, and one 360 mm at the top.

Warranty

Core P6 TG and Core P6 TG Snow are backed by a limited 2-year warranty supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network.
Source: Thermaltake
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6 Comments on Thermaltake Announces the Core P6 TG and Core P6 TG Snow PC Cases

#1
Chomiq
Starved for air edition.
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#2
bonehead123
13 fans--- in a mid-tower case--- hahahahahahahahahahahaha......good luck with that....

Look ma, I just built me a new jet engine-sounding rig with my own special conglomerated clusterf*ck of wires everywhere.....

And really, 2x USB-2 ports... on a 2021 case....

hello, it's 1998 calling, and we want all our outdated, antiquated ports back, like, yesterday

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#3
InhaleOblivion
As a Core P3 owner, I was looking for a least an updated IO in the front(like USB Type C). Instead we get more glass to overheat our components. :banghead:
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#4
Caring1
What part of those cases relates to Snow?
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#5
ltkAlpha
ChomiqStarved for air edition.
Yeah... Every time I see three fans against a glass front I cringe and really want to slap the person responsible.
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#6
claes
No joke — if you’re just going to rip-off other products at least do it right.
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