Friday, April 29th 2022

Thermaltake Announces the Worldwide Availability of the Divider 550 TG Ultra Chassis

[Editor's note: we've already posted our in-depth review of the Divider 550 TG]

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Case, Cooling, Gaming peripherals and enthusiast memory solutions, is thrilled to announce the worldwide availability of the Divider 550 TG Ultra ATX Mid-Tower Chassis, the first Thermaltake chassis with an LCD screen, allowing users to show off their unique style whilst monitoring PC real-time information.

Being the new variant of the Divider series, the remarkable feature of the Divider 550 TG Ultra ATX Mid Tower Chassis is the LCD screen on the top of the front panel, which provides a window to display likable images and GIFs, and monitor PC information such as CPU's real time temperature or RAM's current frequency. Supported by TT RGB PLUS 2.0 software, the chassis now has more customizable options to show ones' personality.
The Divider 550 TG Ultra ATX Mid Tower Chassis comes with three preinstalled 120 mm 5 V ARGB front fans, which can sync with RGB motherboard software from ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI, and ASRock. Users can enjoy 16.8 million-color RGB illumination in 27 lighting modes and can easily switch between physical button control and motherboard software by long-pressing the RGB button. Moreover, the glowing RGB lighting and all other components can be seen clearly, thanks to the 3 mm tempered glass panels at the top, front, and left sides.

In addition to three preinstalled 120 mm 5 V ARGB front fans, the design of the chassis itself guarantee smooth airflow and make the cooling performance of the chassis more admirable. For example, the venting gaps on two sides of the front tempered glass create an optimal air intake solution. Cooling exhausts are located on the right side of the steel panel and at the rear of the case. Notably, the right panel is in a special symmetrical triangular side panel design that keeps the unique features of the Divider series and provides better thermal extraction through the small holes on the side panel.

The Divider 550 TG Ultra supports the latest PC components and the utmost hardware backing and gives more flexibility on component arrangement. A built-in PSU cover is designed to hide unsightly cables with overall good ventilation. The patented PCI-E expansion slots allow users to choose either to place their GPU vertically or horizontally without additional parts needed, and a riser GPU support bracket also gives extra support for bracing GPU. What's more, users can choose to mount radiators in various locations, and up to a 360 mm AIO radiator will fit.

Focusing on both function and appearance, the Divider 550 TG Ultra ATX Mid Tower Chassis is the next-gen gaming PC case for enthusiasts, and gamers, giving them unprecedented satisfaction.

Features of the Thermaltake Divider 550 TG Ultra Mid-Tower Chassis:
Fully Customizable with TT RGB Plus 2.0
Monitor frequency and real-time temperature directly from the 3.9" LCD display, and upload any images or GIFs to add extra flair with the TT RGB Plus 2.0 software.

Three Preinstalled 120 mm 5 V ARGB Fans
The Divider 550 TG Ultra comes with three 120 mm 5 V ARGB fans at the front, which can be controlled by the physical RGB button on the I/O panel or motherboard software from ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI, and ASRock. There are 27 RGB lighting modes to play around when using the physical RGB button, and it's simple to switch between physical button control and motherboard software control by long-pressing the RGB button for three seconds.

PSU Cover & Riser GPU Support Bracket
The built-in PSU cover is designed to hide unsightly cables with overall good ventilation. Riser cable bracket enables vertical GPU installation and 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.

Tempered Glass Panels
The Divider 550 TG Ultra comes with three 3 mm tempered glass panels at the front, top, and left sides, thicker and more scratch resistant when compared to standard acrylic. On top of that, the enlarged window on the left is a full tempered glass panel that enables you to display and admire all your components in their full RGB glory.

Excellent Dust Filtration
The Divider 550 TG Ultra has well-designed dust filtration. The two removable filters are located on the inner side of the right panel and the base to ensure a dust-free environment, providing excellent dust protection and dirt reduction. Moreover, venting gaps on the sides of the top and front panels not only offer extra air exchange for even better air ventilation, but the sealed filter can also protect dust from infiltrating the chassis.

For more details on Thermaltake Divider 550 TG Ultra Mid-Tower Chassis, please visit the product page.
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6 Comments on Thermaltake Announces the Worldwide Availability of the Divider 550 TG Ultra Chassis

#1
claes
btarunrNotably, the right panel is in a special symmetrical triangular side panel design that keeps the unique features of the Divider series and provides better thermal extraction through the small holes on the side panel.
Keep your cables nice and cool
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
that tempered glass roof is going to be a big big problem for thermals. Front airflow is also going to be heavily restricted.

Im willing to bet that if TPU gets one in for review that it will be granted EZBAKE status.
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#3
thegnome
Talk about unconventional PC build... For a good reason, I see a bunch of stuff that makes me want to avoid this case.
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#4
AsRock
TPU addict
FreedomEclipsethat tempered glass roof is going to be a big big problem for thermals. Front airflow is also going to be heavily restricted.

Im willing to bet that if TPU gets one in for review that it will be granted EZBAKE status.
IF TPU did i would a test without the glass front\top glass panels ha.
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#5
80251
btarunrThermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Case, Cooling, Gaming peripherals and enthusiast memory solutions
Sarcasm?
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#6
MentalAcetylide
FreedomEclipsethat tempered glass roof is going to be a big big problem for thermals. Front airflow is also going to be heavily restricted.

Im willing to bet that if TPU gets one in for review that it will be granted EZBAKE status.
Imo, tempered glass isn't the problem. The issue I see is airflow being all around much less optimal by the design of the case. I don't like having such small/narrow intakes/exhaust vents like that being perpendicular to the fan orientation. I have a Lian Li 011 XL ROG case that has tempered glass in the front & side and don't have any issues with temps. 3 fans on the bottom + 3 on the side as intakes, 3 on the top + 1 in the back for exhaust.
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