So Thermaltake showed off two of their newest products that were amazingly breathtaking namely “The Tower” and a Riing LED cooling series.

The Tower.
Being a collaboration between Thermaltake with case modder Mathieu Heredia the cases uses acrylic  panels which provides a clear view of the  naked system inside from three sides with a different motherboard layout as traditional cases have the I/O at the rear which is shifted to the top part with this new initiative.Including two modular drive cages the storage options beef up to two drive trays at the rear measuring 3.5″ and 2.5″ and  even the center of the case sports drive cages.Supporting up to three GPUs to max length of 400 mm it can accommodate PSU up to 220 mm in length.The cooler compatibility presented here is it can support CPU coolers up to max height of 260 mm.Four fan brackets of 120 mm and 140 mm are also included and the side panel can handle 120 mm and 140 mm of radiator respectively.

RGB fans:
The brand new Thermaltake’s new fan the Riing LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition promises to add an extra flare aesthetically  making the case look good providing to choose from the whole variety of 256 colors coming with a digital fan hub which can it term support upto 48 Riing Fans.This particular  fan has anti-vibration rubber pads which TT calls as “Wind Blocker Frame” to reduce vibration while in use having 11 blades with pulse-width modular function enabling the motherboard to control the fan speeds in multiple scenarios.The Riing fans comes with an windows application  to control the RGB lighting upto five profiles including the Performance and Silent profiles.As stressing over the lighting ,you can choose any color from the color palette provided within the application which can also be used to set the brightness.

*Source:Tom’s Hardware.

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