Tuesday, August 31st 2021

Thermaltake Unveils the New Mid-Tower Divider 500 Chassis with TG ARGB and TG Air Editions

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Case, Cooling, Gaming peripherals and enthusiast memory solutions, unveils a brand new mid-tower case, the Divider 500 in black and snow, and with two editions: the sensational TG ARGB with motherboard sync and the new variant TG Air which stands for airflow.

With its inimitable body design and special symmetrical triangular panels, the Divider 500 is an ATX mid-tower chassis that is designed with supreme hardware backing, support for DIY liquid cooling solutions, and offers high quality four 3 mm thick tempered glass window panels at the front, top, left, and right for the Divider 500 TG ARGB (and two 3 mm thick tempered glass window panels at the left, and right for the Divider 500 TG Air). The crystal-clear window design with two TG panels permits users to fully display and admire all the components of their build.
The Divider 500 series also contains a mixture of open-frame-styled elements and customizable options, and comes with two extra side panels: an extra TG left side panel for a better view and another extra steel right-side panel for better airflow. Users have the option to switch from perspective to semi-perspective, while looking stunning when fitted with a distro plate (Pacific DP100-D5 Plus Distro-Plate with Pump Combo) with the TG panel on the right side of the build so you can view your interior components from all angles. Notably, the panels of the Divider 500 are different from normal rectangle panels, they are designed with special symmetrical triangular pieces which are rare to the market; the neat and fashionable design pushes aesthetics to another level. The Divider 500 series highlights both thermal cooling performance and aesthetics, users can find four styles in one case.

Divider 500 TG ARGB - fascinating lighting effects and syncs with RGB motherboard software
The Divider 500 TG ARGB comes with three 120 mm preinstalled ARGB front fans which can sync with RGB motherboard software from ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync and ASRock Polychrome. They are addressable and deliver 16.8 million RGB color illumination and unparalleled ventilation. The elegant black and snow cases showcase a dazzle of the fans.

Divider 500 TG Air - smoother airflow
The design concept of the Divider 500 TG Air is around its airflow. The highlight of this edition is that instead of glass there is perforated T-shaped intake cutouts on the front panel, which represents the TT logo. This design achieves both aesthetics and performance. Compared to traditional panels made of glass or steel, the airflow is more direct and the heat can be extracted more smoothly; and together with two 120 mm preinstalled fans at the front and the rear, the TG Air version is designed to reach better cooling results. There are two panels with perforated T-shaped intake cutouts for the Divider 500 series, on the top and the front panels.

Features of the Divider 500 TG ARGB and the Divider 500 TG Air:
PSU Cover & Riser GPU Support Bracket
The built-in PSU cover is designed to hide unsightly cables with overall good ventilation. Riser cable bracket not only enables vertical GPU installation, but also helps reduce the weight on the PCI-E slots.

Display It Your Way
Patented rotational PCI-E slots give you the option to display your graphics card either horizontally or vertically, creating plenty of flexible space for your system.

Excellent Dust Filtration
The Divider 500 series has well-designed dust filtration. For the Divider 500 TG ARGB, there is a removal magnetic fan filter on the inner right side. At the front and base, the removable filters provide excellent dust protection and dirt reduction, ensuring a dust-free environment; For the Divider 500 TG Air, all removable filters on the inner right side, at the front, top, and base provide outstanding dust protection and dirt reduction, guaranteeing a dust-free environment.

Air Intake and Exhaust
The cooling performance of the Divider 500 series is superb. For the Divider 500 TG ARGB, the venting gaps on two sides of the front tempered glass and gaps between two triangular pieces of tempered glass and steel panels on the left side allow optimal air intake. Cooling exhausts are located on the right side of the steel panel and rear of the case; For the Divider 500 TG Air, there are two large mesh panels at the front and top that enable massive airflow. Moreover, the gap between two triangular pieces of tempered glass and steel panels on the left side allows optimal air intake. Cooling exhausts can be located on the right side of the steel panel (two steel panels), rear, and top of the case depending on the user's overall PC layout design. The additional triangular tempered glass and steel panels for all Divider 500 series not only enriches the build appearance but allows for more flexibility when cooling your system.

Excellent Hardware Support & Cooling Solutions
The Divider 500 series is designed with excellent hardware expansion. It can support a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 170 mm (two TG), VGA with a maximum length of 390 mm (without radiator), a power supply with a length of up to 220 mm (without HDD Cage), a total of two 3.5" HDDs and five 2.5" SSDs or a total of seven 2.5" SSDs. When it comes to the cooling solution, the Divider 500 series can hold up to three 140 mm fans at the front, two 140 mm fans at the top, and two 120 mm fans on the right of the motherboard side. Additionally, the Divider 500 series is optimized for Air cooling and advanced AIO liquid cooling components. It can support a 360 mm AIO at the front, 240 mm on the top and on the motherboard side, and a 120 mm at the rear.

Availability
All Divider 500 series cases are backed by a three-year warranty and supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network.
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12 Comments on Thermaltake Unveils the New Mid-Tower Divider 500 Chassis with TG ARGB and TG Air Editions

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
So they basically ripped off Corsair iCue cases but added a few minor cosmetic differences to make it their own?



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TheLostSwede
FreedomEclipseSo they basically ripped off Corsair iCue cases but added a few minor cosmetic differences to make it their own?



Isn't that what TT does best? Rip other companies off I mean?
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#4
Chrispy_
TheLostSwedeIsn't that what TT does best? Rip other companies off I mean?
TT are the kings of ripping off other companies. Whilst they have a few of their own IPs, their bread and butter is cloning the work of others. In saying that, I'd rather have the TT over the Corsair in this instance.

Ideally, though, they'll sell one variant of this with vented panels on both left and right sides so that there's a case on the market without tempered glass. Believe it or not, tempered glass really isn't very good as a side panel and there are plenty of people who will actively avoid it.
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#5
Turmania
TheLostSwedeIsn't that what TT does best? Rip other companies off I mean?
Not only that but in some instances they sue the company they ripped off for copyrights. They have a pretty good lawyer team plus very healthy finances to pull strings.
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#6
xtreemchaos
but dont thay all rip each others designs off ?, i mean how diff can you get a box. even id bet someone did a p5 like before TT but thats just a flat box with some bits on the outside.
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#7
TheDeeGee
That looks weird... like factory broken glass panel look.
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#8
Blaylock
I'm not a fan of the split left side panel. The right side half glass is interesting but I'll take a full glass left or no glass over this any day.
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#9
TheLostSwede
xtreemchaosbut dont thay all rip each others designs off ?, i mean how diff can you get a box. even id bet someone did a p5 like before TT but thats just a flat box with some bits on the outside.
To a degree, maybe, but no-one does it as blatantly as TT.
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#10
maxfly
Am i losing my marbles or are they re releasing this? I swear i just saw this case a few weeks ago.
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#11
MentalAcetylide
TheLostSwedeIsn't that what TT does best? Rip other companies off I mean?
Well, they do put the "take" in "Thermaltake". All your case are belong to us! Otherwise they probably would've went with "Thermalgive" for their name.
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#12
Tardian
Genuine question why use ATX, can't MATX do everything? I have a cigarette packet-sized supercomputer that can game at 720p on LoL.
"Thermalgive"
I resemble that remark!;)
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