Thermaltake Core P6 TG Snow Review 7

Thermaltake Core P6 TG Snow Review



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I would like to thank Thermaltake for supplying the review sample.

The Thermaltake Core series has always stood out by allowing you to show off your builds from all sides. While the Core P5 is essentially an open-air chassis, the P6 variant for review today goes a step further by adding glass panels all around while offering even more flexibility in the process. Available in both black or white, we have the white variant, which is the Thermaltake Core P6 TG Snow thus, in for review.


Thermaltake Core P6 TG Snow
Case Type:Mid-Tower
Material:Steel, plastic, and tempered glass
Weight:17.84 kg / 39.33 lbs
Drive Bays:3x Internal 2.5" (1x on pump plate)
6x Internal 2.5 or 4x 3.5" (on backside mounting plates)
Form Factors:
Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX, and CEB
Dimensions:565 x 255 x 530 mm
Front Door/Cover:N/A
Front Fans:3x 120 or 2x 140 mm (optional)
Rear Fans:1x 120 mm (optional)
Top Fans:3x 120 or 2x 140 mm (optional)
Bottom Fans:3x 120 or 2x 140 mm (optional)
Side Fans:3x 120 or 2x 140 mm (optional)
Front Radiator:360 mm / 280 mm
Rear Radiator:120 mm
Top Radiator:360 mm / 280 mm
Bottom Radiator:240 mm
Side Radiator:360 mm / 280 mm
I/O:1x USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C
2x USB 3.0
2x USB 2.0
1x Headphone
1x Microphone
Fan/LED Controller:N/A
Compatibility:CPU Cooler: 180 mm
GPU: 458 mm
PSU: 200 mm


The Thermaltake Core P6 ships in a brown cardboard box with an image of the chassis on front, which also holds a sticker to let you know which variant you will find within the package. On the rear is a blow-up diagram showcasing how modular the case as a whole is, while the sides offer up a specification table and another image of the enclosure.

Two thick Styrofoam spacers and a plastic bag protect the chassis during shipping and keep away fingerprints.

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