Thermaltake Core P90 will put your PC in a corner

New open-frame case

Thermaltake has released a new case for its Core series. Like the previous model, the Core P90 is a open-frame tower chassis and this one might be the coolest yet. Like a lot of modern case designs, the Core P90 sports two separate spaces for components. The interesting part is that this chassis can be put in a corner.

Due to its design, the Core P90 is pretty large although Thermaltake calls it a "mid-tower" chassis. The Core P90 is compatible with ATX motherboards and has eight expansion slots. Like the previous models, if you want install graphics cards or any add-in cards you will need several riser cables. Thermaltake includes one riser card in the box. The Core P90 has three spaces for 2.5" SSDs and four brackets compatible with both 3.5" HDDs and 2.5" SSDs.

Thermaltake Core P90 is designed with water cooling in mind. It has several brackest for mounting reservoirs and pumps. Furthermore there is room for a massive 480mm radiator on one side. Since it's a open-frame chassis there aren't other spaces for fans. Thermaltake Core P90 is available on Geizhals for 180 Euro.

Source: Thermaltake

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Paul Görnhardt - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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