The large Thermaltake Core P8 Tempered Glass can be hung on the wall

The large Thermaltake Core P8 Tempered Glass can be hung on the wall


If the Tower 100 case, which we spoke about in the previous news, offers the assembly of a compact gaming system, then the Thermaltake Core P8 Tempered Glass model of the Full Tower form factor allows you to assemble a full-sized game monster with an effective custom LSS. At the same time, the novelty offers two different ways to demonstrate its contents.

The case supports the installation of motherboards up to E-ATX. The front, side, and upper sides of the Core P8 are made of tempered glass with a thickness of 4 mm. If desired, the front and top glass covers can be dismantled, thereby turning the case into an open stand. Moreover, it can not only be mounted on a table, but also hung on a wall.

The manufacturer offers the installation of up to 18 fans with a diameter of 120 mm or up to 12 with a size of 140 mm. Magnetic dust filters in the upper, lower and lateral parts of the housing will keep the contents clean when closed. In addition, the case supports the installation of a proprietary Thermaltake Pacific Core P5 DP-D5 Plus distribution panel, which, together with a pump, allows the competent organization of a liquid cooling system. Special PCI-E swivel slots make it possible to install several video cards not only horizontally, but also vertically. In addition, the novelty offers 8 expansion slots.

The maximum height of the processor cooler can be 180 mm. The video card can be installed with a length of up to 320 mm (without a reservoir for the cooling system) or up to 280 mm (with a reservoir). Inside, there is also enough space for installing a power supply unit up to 200 mm in size. There are three seats for installing 3.5-inch drives and seven for 2.5-inch ones.

On the front, you can install a radiator for liquid cooling systems up to 480 mm long, on top – up to 420 mm. Another size up to 480 mm can be placed on the right wall. Below there is a place for installing a 240 mm radiator.

The front panel of the Thermaltake Core P8 case is represented by one USB Type-C port, two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0, as well as a pair of audio connectors, power and reset buttons.

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