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Thermaltake tempered glass chassis
Photo: Company [Jul 12, 2017]
Thermaltake tempered glass chassis

Thermaltake has released the latest addition to the Core V Series and the Suppressor F Series, the Core V71 Tempered Glass Edition Full Tower Chassis, Core V51 Tempered Glass Edition Mid Tower Chassis, and Suppressor F51 Tempered Glass Edition Mid Tower Chassis.

With a 4mm-thick tempered glass window, a riser GPU support bracket, and full assembly capacity and expandability for advanced watercooled systems, the new Thermaltake Tempered Glass Edition Chassis Series is made for PC DIY enthusiasts. The enlarged window design allows users to admire all components in the system. The Tempered Glass Edition Chassis Series is designed with dual GPU placement layout that enables users to mount the GPUs horizontally or vertically. Inside the cases also come with a riser GPU support bracket. The bracket prevents the graphic card from sagging when it is installed vertically.

The Tempered Glass Edition Chassis Series features spacious interior for high-end system compatibility, supporting motherboards up to standard E-ATX, long graphic cards, multiple 3.5-inch/2.5-inch and 5.25-inch storage devices, and air/liquid cooling solutions.

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