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Thermaltake CTE C750 TG ARGB Black CTE Open Box PC Case

Open Box Thermaltake CTE C750 TG ARGB Black Chassis, CTE Form Factor Design, 3x 140mm ARGB Fans, mITX/mATX/ATX/EATX

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Scan code: LN147249 Manufacturer code: CA-1X6-00F1WN-01
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Product Overview

CTE 750 Air

CTE C750 Air and CTE C750 Air Snow are Thermaltake’s latest innovation, an unique approach in a full tower chassis. Utilising the CTE form factor and dual chamber design, CTE C750 Air is able to draw cold fresh air from three directions. The 90° rotation of motherboard moves two critical components, CPU and graphic card, closer to the front and rear vent. Combined with the spacious interior, maximum cooling support, and tempered glass side panel, CTE C750 Air is the ultimate showcase for your battle station, especially for DIY liquid cooling or dual AIO configuration.


CTE Form Factor Designed by Thermaltake

The 90°-clockwise-rotated motherboard grants a couple benefits: first, the rear of chassis is wide-open for fans and radiator. This feature, combining with the dual chamber design, allows CTE C750 Air to draw air from three directions. Second, CPU and GPU now have independent airflow paths since they are sitting closer to the ventilations. Lastly, the graphic card is now hanging from the top of chassis, naturally Immune from Sagging.


Thermal

CTE C750 Air has enormous capacity of fans and radiators installation: up to fourteen 140 mm fans and 420 mm AIO radiators on various positions: front, rear, and motherboard side. Aside from that, equipped fan brackets (front, bottom, rear) grant ease to cooling components installation.
The M/B vent cover plate is modular designed: it can be moved to the right, opening up additional fan/radiator installation spot, and functioning as a cable cover to hide your unsighted cables. All these can be accomplished without sacrificing the ability to mount hard drives on the plate.
Packed with maximum cooling support, CTE C750 Air is the perfect answer for custom liquid cooling system. A pre-installed pump & reservoir bracket sitting on the bottom of chassis adds another layer of functionality to CTE C750 Air’s high customisability.


TG Panel

CTE C750 Air offers 4 mm thick tempered glass window panel on the left, with toolless push-pin mechanism. The crystal clear window design allows you to fully display and admire all inner components of your liquid-cooling system.


VGA Card

Built-in rotatable PCI-e slots allow you to freely choose the way you want to display the graphic card. Enclosed riser cable bracket indicates that all you need is a riser cable to fit the VGA card vertically. With the rear of chassis open for multiple fans and long radiator, CTE C750 Air is an perfect choice for “dual AIO configuration” with water-cooled graphic cards.


Storage

In the right chamber of CTE C750 Air, you can put on up to three 3.5” hard drives or five 2.5” drives on the M/B vent cover plate, and another one 3.5” drive or two 2.5” drive on the tray behind motherboard. On the bottom fan bracket, there are also mounting support which enables additional three 3.5” drives or five 2.5” drives when fans and radiator are absent.


Cable Management

Thanks to the dual chamber design, CTE C750 Air has a huge clearance in the right chamber for cable management. Icing on the top, you will also find dedicated Velcro straps and cable clips to help you tied things up!


Anti-Dust

Addressing the thermal issue often results in a dust alert, CTE C750 Air is fully armed with removable dust filters on all ventilations to protect your system from the invasion of small particles.

Features

• CTE Form Factor Design.
• Dual Chamber Full Tower.
• Perforated Metal Front Panel.
• Pre-installed 3 x CT140 ARGB Case Fan.
• 4 mm Tempered Glass Side Panel.
• Supports up to 14 x 120/140 mm Fans.
• Supports up to 420 mm AIO Radiators in the Front, Rear, and M/B Side; 240 mm on the Top.
• USB 3.0 x 4 + USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C x 1.

Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
ThermalTake
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