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Tower 100 : Thermaltake declines its case in cyan, gold and green !

Tower 100 : Thermaltake declines its case in cyan, gold and green !

New news related to Thermaltake as we learn that the brand proposes new colors for its Tower 100 case. Until now, this case was available in white and black. You should know that three new paints are available from the brand!

Tower 100 : three new colors for the Thermaltake case !

Thermaltake The Tower 100

As a reminder, this is a relatively large model for a reference that only accepts ITX motherboards. Indeed, it displays dimensions of 266 (W) x 266 (D) x 462.8 (H) mm. However, this allows it not to be restrictive on the compatibility of components. It will be able to accommodate 33 cm long GPUs, 190 mm high fans and a 180 mm deep ATX power supply.

On the storage side, there are two 2.5″ boards complemented by two other 3.5″ slots. And when it comes to ventilation, we have enough room to install up to three fans in 120/140 mm. On the other hand, the watercooling compatibility will be very limited: 120 mm only.

In short, all this to say that this model receives new colors. We can then lay eyes on a turquoise model, a second Metallic Gold and a third in Racing Green. They complement the existing offer in black and white. Note that the brand has already begun to “colorize” its products. We think especially of the ToughRam announced in red and gold.

Here is the technical sheet of the white and black versions !

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