At the beginning of the year we had the opportunity to review the Thermaltake Core P8 TG, an Ultra Tower dedicated to the most enterprising thanks to its very high number of predispositions for fans but which, given its size, could not find space anywhere.
Also for this reason Thermaltake has decided to present the Core P6 TG, a more compact version, but equally versatile and heavy (17.8kg).
Usable in both closed and Open Frame mode, the Core P6 TG, which will also be available in the white Snow variant, incorporates the shapes, structure and design of its older brother, presenting itself with large 4mm thick tempered glass bulkheads positioned on the front, on the top and to the left, as well as a completely demountable steel structure.
Capable of supporting E-ATX motherboards and thirteen 120mm or seven 140mm fans, the Core P6 TG is designed for those who intend to assemble a very high-end custom liquid cooling system, as they will be able to mount without problems three 360mm radiators.
To differentiate it from its older brother and to reduce its dimensions a little (601x328x652mm) we think of the “new” positioning of the power supply, which will no longer be installed vertically but in the classic way, that is with the fan on the bottom or on the top and, finally , will be equipped with a special cover to be able to hide, at least in part, the cables.
Obviously, like all Core P series cases, this can also be hung on the wall using a special support on the right bulkhead.
The Core P6 TG will arrive, in both Black and Snow versions, at the end of the summer at a road price of € 199.90 and € 209.90 respectively.
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