Tuesday, July 20th 2021

Thermaltake Unveils The Tower 100 Mini Chassis in Turquoise and Racing Green

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is excited to announce the new release of The Tower 100 Mini Chassis and the TOUGHRAM RGB in Turquoise and followed by Racing Green. The multicolored series lineups are more complete with the addition of new color variants to the Chassis and Memory family.

The new additions of The Tower 100 and the TOUGHRAM RGB inherit the legacy of its original design elements but include additional alluring elements - special colors, rarely seen on the market. With both unparalleled aesthetics and the finest performance, the special-colored The Tower 100 and TOUGHRAM RGB are here to highlight the beauty of your PC build.
The Tower 100 is a much smaller version of the classic The Tower 900 with the dimension of 462.8 mm (Height), 266 mm (Width), 266 mm (Depth), which aims at giving more flexibility to users who are concerned with space arrangement. This vertically designed mini case features three 4 mm tempered glass windows at the front, left, and right sides, which provides panoramic viewing and an easy way for users to access the interior by removing the top panel. With the two 120 mm standard fans preinstalled and its sophisticated internal layout, The Tower 100 ensures outstanding cooling performance by providing a smooth air intake and exhaust to keep the interior temperature low. Furthermore, The Tower 100 has good hardware compatibility, supporting a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 190 mm, VGA with a maximum length of 330 mm, a power supply with a length of up to 180 mm, two 2.5" SSDs with the side bracket, and two 2.5" or two 3.5" HDD at the rear (without rear fan). No matter if you are a regular user, gamer, or a content creator, you will find The Tower 100 ideal and the right fit for your room.

Features of the Thermaltake The Tower 100 Mini Chassis Turquoise and Racing Green:

Vertical Body Design
The Tower 100 is a vertically designed case constructed with solid steel all around, the vertical design allows the chassis to have a smaller footprint, and helps to minimize obstruction to your gaming and workspace area. The vertical design also helps extract heat from the chassis by using a chimney effect, intaking cold air from the base and dispelling the heat via the top.

Tempered Glass Panels With Panoramic View
The three 4 mm tempered glass windows of The Tower 100 are thicker and more scratch resistant when compared to standard acrylic. It not only creates a panoramic view for displaying internal components but also gives users an easy and quick access once the top panel and the three tempered glass windows are removed.

Excellent Dust Filtration
The Tower 100 has well-designed removal magnetic fan filters on the back, on the inner two sides, and at the inner bottom layer. At the base, the removable filters provide excellent dust protection and dirt reduction, ensuring a dust-free environment.

Sophisticated Space Design
Sophisticated space design maximizes the capacity of The Tower 100 for PC components support and helps tidy up cable management.

Hardware Support and Cooling Solutions
The Tower 100 has good hardware support. It can support a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 190 mm, VGA with maximum length of 330 mm, a power supply with a length of up to 180 mm, two 2.5" SSDs with the side bracket, and two 2.5" or two 3.5" HDD at the rear (without rear fan). Although The Tower 100 is a Mini-ITX case, it is still optimized for good cooling. The case comes with two preinstalled 120 mm standard fans on top and at the rear for thermal extraction. Additionally, you can mount one extra 120 mm or 140 mm fan on the top of the PSU cover and a 120 mm All-in-One CPU cooler can be fitted on the top for water-cooling.
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7 Comments on Thermaltake Unveils The Tower 100 Mini Chassis in Turquoise and Racing Green

#1
Gruffalo.Soldier
I'm the only one
If there was a mATX version of the tower i would have one.
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tripleclicker
I'm thinking if the price drops low enough, I'll buy this, strip out the innards and use it as a chassis for a 3D printer-- and add RGB bling!
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#5
Tartaros
DeathtoGnomesso this is the fad now? PrePainted cases..
Why a fad? It's more options instead of the usual black or white, which is good.
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DeathtoGnomes
TartarosWhy a fad? It's more options instead of the usual black or white, which is good.
its all about stocking the shelves everywhere. Retail or Wharehouse, if it doesnt move in X amount of time its wasting space. Predicting what color will sell is a crap shoot, and when the conversation returns to black and white cases the fad for colored cases fades into the sunset. In another thread there are 4 colored cases, these 2 make 6 in all, my magic 8-ball says black cases will still outsell all of these. Kinda like when 200mmm fans were all the rage or Voodoo cards.
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