Thursday, September 9th 2021

Thermaltake Announces the Divider 200 Series Micro-ATX Cases

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Case, Cooling, Gaming peripherals and enthusiast memory solutions, reveals the new Divider 200 series with TG Air and TG editions, the former stands for better airflow and the latter represents the classic tempered glass edition. Additionally, both the Divider 200 TG Air and TG come in black and snow versions.

The Divider 200 series is a cubed-shaped micro chassis that features symmetrical triangular pieces with steel panels and tempered glass on the left and right sides. The Divider 200 series comes in a Micro-ATX form factor, and the front I/O ports are designed with two USB 3.0 and one Type-C. Additionally, the Divider 200 series is equipped with one preinstalled 200 mm front fan and one 120 mm standard rear fan to ensure outstanding cooling performance. The airflow is also improved by the built-in triangular side panel that includes side ventilation. Furthermore, the Divider 200 micro case provides users space arrangement flexibility both internally and externally. Through its chambered design and flat motherboard tray, users have more cable management possibilities while displaying their hardware at the top. In terms of exterior placement, the Divider 200 micro case is an ideal option for users with limited space thanks to its compact size.
There are two different editions of the Divider 200 series for different concentrations:
Divider 200 TG Air Edition- smoother airflow
The design concept of the brand new Divider 200 TG Air is around its airflow. The highlight of this edition is that instead of glass there are perforated T-shaped intake cutouts on the front panel, which represents the TT logo. This design achieves both aesthetics and performance. Compared to panels made of full glass or steel, the airflow-optimized front panel is more direct and the heat can be extracted more smoothly; and together with two preinstalled fans with 200 mm at the front and 120 mm at the rear, the Divider 200 TG Air is designed to have better cooling performance.

Divider 200 TG Edition- simple but classic
The Divider 200 series has 3 mm tempered glass windows on the front, top and left side. The classic Divider 200 TG edition is especially suitable for those who already have their hardware such as fans; Its simplicity gives more flexibility for users to garnish their build in a preferable way.

Features of the Divider 200 TG Air and the Divider 200 TG:
Excellent Dust Filtration
The Divider 200 TG has well-designed removal magnetic fan filters on the right side and inner bottom side. At the front and bottom, the removable filters provide excellent dust protection and dirt reduction, ensuring a dust-free environment.

Air Intake and Exhaust
The cooling performance of the Divider 200 TG Air is excellent. The front panel comes with perforated T-shaped intake cutouts, air vents on the two sides of the front mesh panel and top tempered glass, and the vent between two triangular pieces of tempered glass and steel panels on the left side allows optimal air intake. (For the Divider 200 TG, the air vents on the two sides of the front and top tempered glass, and the vent between the two triangular pieces of tempered glass and steel panels on the left side allow optimal air intake.) Cooling exhausts are located at the rear of the case. On the right side, the two triangular steel panels are designed with a large venting mechanism for air intake or exhaust depending on the user's overall PC layout design.

Excellent Hardware Support & Cooling Solutions
The Divider 200 series has excellent hardware expansion. It can support a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 185 mm, VGA with maximum length of 340 mm (without radiator), a power supply with a length of up to 200 mm (without bottom fan), total of three 3.5" HDDs and three 2.5" SSDs or a total of six 2.5" SSDs. When it comes to the cooling solution, the Divider 200 comes with one preinstalled 200 mm standard front fan for cold air intake and one 120 mm standard rear for hot air extraction. The case can hold up two 140 mm fans at the front and two 140 mm fans on the right. Moreover, the Divider 200 series is optimized for air cooling and advanced AIO liquid cooling components. It can support AIO 280 mm at the front and on the right.

Availability
All Divider 200 series cases are backed by a three-year warranty and supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network.

For more information, visit the product pages of Divider 200 TG Black, Divider 200 TG Snow, Divider 200 TG Air Black, and Divider 200 TG Air Snow.
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12 Comments on Thermaltake Announces the Divider 200 Series Micro-ATX Cases

#1
natr0n
I have a glass cube something they make this is the same thing.
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#2
freeagent
2003 called, they want their side panel back.
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#3
phanbuey
Mesh front one actually looks decent
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#4
Chrispy_
LOL, "Micro"ATX

This thing is 52L in volume.
The Corsair 100R is only 40L in volume, and that's a full ATX case with two optical bays and a 4-drive HDD cage internally.

The Silverstone Fara H1M is 30L in Volume, and that's a roomy microATX case with triple radiator support and four internal drive bays
The Silverstone PS15 Pro is 25L in volume, and that's a more traditional microATX case that actually takes advantage of the smaller motherboard's compactness.
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#5
Tigger
I'm the only one
I think I will stick to my Thermaltake V21, much more versatile than this, and more fan options.

Edit- Looking at the website. It's very much a V21 core with new outer panels.
Chrispy_LOL, "Micro"ATX

This thing is 52L in volume.
The Corsair 100R is only 40L in volume, and that's a full ATX case with two optical bays and a 4-drive HDD cage internally.

The Silverstone Fara H1M is 30L in Volume, and that's a roomy microATX case with triple radiator support and four internal drive bays
The Silverstone PS15 Pro is 25L in volume, and that's a more traditional microATX case that actually takes advantage of the smaller motherboard's compactness.
They're tower cases, not Cube though, so i suppose it depends if you want tower or cube. I prefer the cube with flat board myself. Remember the V21 can be a flat or left/right motherboard layout too, as all panels are interchangeable, not sure if this can though.
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#6
bonehead123
Looka like a cube....
Sound like a cube...
Smell like a cube....

Well guess what....

It IS a cube, yet ANUTHA one, albeit with USB-C on the front I/O, so there's that :D

Also, the description says it comes with a single front 200mm fan (YUK), yet all the pics show 2x 140mm's, whazzupppwitdat ??
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#7
Tigger
I'm the only one
bonehead123Looka like a cube....
Sound like a cube...
Smell like a cube....

Well guess what....

It IS a cube, yet ANUTHA one, albeit with USB-C on the front I/O, so there's that :D

Also, the description says it comes with a single front 200mm fan (YUK), yet all the pics show 2x 140mm's, whazzupppwitdat ??
My V21 did come with a 200mm, not a bad one either tbh. A TT-2030
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#8
Turmania
As a micro-atx lover, have to say this is abonimation.
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#9
MentalAcetylide
Chrispy_LOL, "Micro"ATX

This thing is 52L in volume.
The Corsair 100R is only 40L in volume, and that's a full ATX case with two optical bays and a 4-drive HDD cage internally.

The Silverstone Fara H1M is 30L in Volume, and that's a roomy microATX case with triple radiator support and four internal drive bays
The Silverstone PS15 Pro is 25L in volume, and that's a more traditional microATX case that actually takes advantage of the smaller motherboard's compactness.
Small things come in big packages? That would be my Thermal-"take" on it. Can't say I would want a cube case for something like that.
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#10
Tardian
bonehead123Looka like a cube....
Sound like a cube...
Smell like a cube....

Well guess what....

It IS a cube, yet ANUTHA one, albeit with USB-C on the front I/O, so there's that :D

Also, the description says it comes with a single front 200mm fan (YUK), yet all the pics show 2x 140mm's, whazzupppwitdat ??
Dimensions (H x W x D) 364.7 x 333.2 x 425.7 mm (14.4 x 13.1 x 16.8 inch)

It is Not a cube. It is a Rectangular Prism. A really big one.

USB 3.2 (Gen 2) Type C port: nice.
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#11
bonehead123
TardianDimensions (H x W x D) 364.7 x 333.2 x 425.7 mm (14.4 x 13.1 x 16.8 inch)

It is Not a cube. It is a Rectangular Prism. A really big one.

USB 3.2 (Gen 2) Type C port: nice.
Ooopps... my bad :)
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