Thursday, November 25th 2021

Thermaltake Reveals AH T200 Micro Case in Turquoise and Racing Green

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Case, Cooling, Gaming peripherals and enthusiast memory solutions, is pleased to introduce the AH T200 Micro Case in Turquoise and Racing Green Edition. The color collection of this series prolongs from black, white, pink to the latest Turquoise and Racing Green. Being the compact version of the AH T600, this small but mighty case supports motherboards up to micro-ATX. The entire model is forged with a sturdy air-force style architecture, two 4 mm tempered glass windows on two sides, three 3 mm tempered glass windows at the front-top panel, and solid side vents on each end.

Users can create their own style and mod as their wish at ease thanks to its dismantlable modular design. Moreover, unlike other traditional micro-ATX cases coming in a rectangular shape, the AH T200 is in a helicopter-inspired shape and has great expandability. Not only its unique form but also the multi-colored options make this case even more eye-catching. If you are looking for a fun, distinctive and unconventional-designed micro case, the AH T200 Micro Case Turquoise and Racing Green Editions are here for you.
Features of Thermaltake AH T200 Micro Chassis in Turquoise and Racing Green:
Open Frame Steel Design with Five Tempered Glass Windows
The AH T200 series is constructed with steel and five tempered glass. It comes with three 3 mm tempered glass windows on the front-top panel, allowing users to show off their PC components, and the two 4 mm hinged door side panels enable users to display their components as they please while the open rear end allows extensive expandability and modding possibilities.

Convenient I/O Ports
The I/O Ports of the AH T200 series Micro Chassis features one USB 3.1 (Gen 2) Type C, two USB 3.0, one HD Audio, reset button, and a stylish power button providing direct access when needed.

Cooling Solutions
The AH T200 series chassis can support up to two 140 mm fans at the front and on the top. For AIO liquid cooling, it can hold up to one 240 mm or 280 mm AIO liquid cooler at the front.

Hardware Support
The AH T200 series is designed with excellent expandability options; it can support motherboards up to a Micro ATX, a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 150 mm, GPU configurations up to 320 mm in length, a power supply with a diameter of up to 180 mm, and two 3.5" or three 2.5" storage devices.
(3.5" HDD thickness limitation: 22 mm).
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7 Comments on Thermaltake Reveals AH T200 Micro Case in Turquoise and Racing Green

#1
lynx29
I kind of like the turquoise one, the dust on the heatsinks though... not sure what thermaltake is smoking here.
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bonehead123
And here we have yet ANUTHA transformerish, conglomerated prehistoric clustercrapped abortion gone really, really bad.....

yUk..PuKe..b.A.r.F.......
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
Micro Case ahaHAha
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#4
Upgrayedd
lynx29I kind of like the turquoise one, the dust on the heatsinks though... not sure what thermaltake is smoking here.
Dust on the heatsinks? Who is smoking?
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lynx29
UpgrayeddDust on the heatsinks? Who is smoking?
I was inferring the large open gaps will allow dust through easier, apologies for not being more clear, in the future I will be certain to write an entire thesis on dust and air flow dynamics.
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INSTG8R
Vanguard Beta Tester
I mean I’m still running my TT Kandalf LCS from 2007 but I just see an Apache cockpit?
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Upgrayedd
lynx29I was inferring the large open gaps will allow dust through easier, apologies for not being more clear, in the future I will be certain to write an entire thesis on dust and air flow dynamics.
Thought you were saying they left a buncha dust in a picture. Sorry I had smoke in front of my screen wasn't reading clearly.
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