I would like to thank Thermaltake
for supplying the review sample.
We have taken a look at the TG versions of the 200, 300, and 500 models in the Divider series in the past. In this review, we look at the Divider 200 TG Air Snow, which, as the name implies, is a white variant geared towards airflow. While the interior is identical to that of the classic, glass-covered variant, it sports a unique-looking metal front cover instead to allow for better airflow. Alternatively, you may opt for the all black version of this Divider 200 variant as well.
|Thermaltake Divider 200 TG Air Snow|
|Case Type:||Micro Case|
|Material:||Steel, plastic, and tempered glass|
|Drive Bays:||3x Internal 2.5/3.5"|
3x Internal 2.5"
|Dimensions:||364 x 333 x 425 mm|
|Front Fans:||2x 120 or 140 mm or 1x 200 mm (1x 200 mm, 800 RPM, 13 dBA installed)|
|Rear Fans:||1x 120 or 140 mm (1x 120 mm fan pre-installed)|
|Bottom Fans:||2x 120 mm (optional)|
|Side Fans:||2x 120 or 140 mm (optional)|
|Front Radiator:||up to 280 mm|
|Rear Radiator:||120 mm|
|Side Radiator:||up to 280 mm|
|I/O:||1x USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C|
2x USB 3.0
1x HD Audio
|Compatibility:||CPU Cooler: 185 mm|
GPU: 340 mm
PSU: 200 mm
Thermaltake ships the Divider 200 TG Air Snow in a brown cardboard box with an image of the case on both the front and back. A marking on the front will let you know which color variant is inside. On one side of the package is a specifications table, while the other just has another image of the chassis itself.
Two foam spacers hold the Divider 200 TG Air Snow in place, and a plastic bag keeps away scratches and fingerprints.