ThermalTake Core P5 Green Edition Clear Acrylic Case, Horizontal/Vertical/Wall Mountable w/o PSU
Take presentation to the next level with the Core P5 Green Edition open frame chassis by Thermaltake. The fully modular design of the Core P5 Green Edition allows flexibility for 3-way placement layouts (Wall mount, Horizontal and Vertical), dual GPU layout locations: Horizontal and Vertical and placement locations for liquid cooling components. Uncover greatness with the Core P5 Green Edition’s panoramic viewing angle with its large acrylic window to protect and present. Features Built for Makers
By practicing and incorporating the idea of “maker movement” as well as 3D printing in Core P5, Thermaltake designs the open frame pamoramic viewing chassis as anyone can access and do his/her own mods as well as print out his/her own ideas using available liquid cooling components and manuals without boundaries.
Users can download 3D printing accessory files on 3D Makers Microsite, printing them out to do a special mod.
Fully Modular Concept
Four customizable 3.5” & 2.5” drive bays feature enables users to freely interchange the hard-drive cages to suit their particular needs, whilst being able to remove the 3.5” & 2.5” drive bays to gain maximum space for cable management up to 45mm.
3-Way Placement Layout
The Core P5 Green Edition is designed for use in three different ways: Wall-mount, vertical, and horizontal placement. Built for customization that reflects the makers’ personality, it allows for adjustments to the chassis for the best viewing presentation while ensuring outstanding cooling performance.
Users can hang it on the wall as decoration, take it to wherever they want and display the nice builds vertically or horizontally.
Other cases in the market still have “ends” on their open frame designs, while Core P5 Green Edition is a true open frame case with viewing capability of showing front and back full sides unlike anything on the market that is not a modded design or scratch build.
Supreme Liquid-Cooling Support
Core P5 Green Edition enables users to build a complete high-end system, whilst supporting up to either 480mm radiator liquid cooling, or 140mm case fans, with a long graphic card at the same time, and simultaneously providing the best visual effects as well as increasing the CPU’s case modding potential. Most importantly, it has the capability to deliver an outstanding cooling efficiency throughout the entire case.
* Built-in PCI Express Extender Cable
PCI-e X16 Riser Cable
Expand your Core P5 Green Edition GPU performance for SLI/CrossFire configurations with the Thermaltake PCI-E x16 3.0 Riser Cable. Support a wide range of GPU solutions and match the cable included in Core P5 Green Edition or other chassis, protect your GPU investment with EMI shielding and gain high conductivity to one of your most vital components.
AIO Bracket (Optional)
Make your Core P5 stand out in the crowd. Build it up with the new Thermaltake AIO bracket, designed to support the AIO liquid cooling system and HDD expansion. The Core P5 can hold up to three brackets, and a single AIO bracket can support one 120mm or 140mm fan.
|Case Edition||Core P5 Green Edition|
|Case Form Factor||Mid Tower|
|Motherboard Form Factor||
|Front/ Side/ Top Panel||
|Front Radiator Compatibility|
|Top Radiator Compatibility|
|Bottom Radiator Compatibility|
|Rear Radiator Compatibility|
|Side Radiator Compatibility|
|Power Supply Form Factor||ATX|
|Max PSU Length||200 mm|
|Max CPU Cooler Height||180 mm|
|Max VGA Card Length||280/320 mm|
|Dimensions||608 x 333 x 570 (WxHxD mm)|
|Weight||12.2 kg (Approx)|
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