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Thermaltake ah t600 pc case review

In terms of PC hardware, Thermaltake is a leading brand and has a place in many innovative cakes ranging from components to PC cases. As part of the Thermaltake exhibit at the recent exhibition, they introduced three new models for the Divider series of PC cabinet series, two of which include "Air Editions", designed for those who prefer performance over aesthetics.

In addition to the Divider 300 Air version, we also saw the launch of Divider 500 TG ARGB and Air and Divider 200 TG and TG Air. These protective cases have a unique aesthetic, and the 500 TG ARGB version should be available this month. The most notable feature of the

Split series is its modular panel design. The unique tempered glass panel is basically cut in half from corner to corner diagonally. This series of chassis ranges from MiniITX / Micro ATX to ATX, covering most bases, and now also offers ARGB or Air tempered glass options.

Other notable features in this range include; vertical GPU mounting, USB TypeC, and semi-modular features that allow you to swap and swap panels to create your own unique version of the enclosure. The

Divider 500 and 300 are mid-tower computer cases, and the 500 is available in ARGB and Air versions. Divider 500 comes with additional side panels out of the box, giving you the option to change the aesthetics right away. The

Divider 200 is a high-end miniature case. It's not considered an ITX, but it's located in the perfect sweet spot with a small footprint, providing plenty of room for a great build. The new Divider 200 will provide a tempered glass version and a TG air version to enhance versatility. All Thermaltake Divider

series PC cases will be available soon, and the Divider 500 is reported to be on sale this month. The entire series is available in "Black or Snowflake", but due to all the glass and thick perforated metal, these thermal results that have yet to be produced should be interesting.

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