Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, once again provides trendsetting impetus in liquid cooling technology to introduce the new Core X Cube Series (X1, X2, X9), iTX, M-ATX, E-ATX motherboards supported respectively; this series a continuation of Thermaltake's tradition of innovative design and edgy technology, particularly for liquid-cooling system cases. The New Core X Series models come with the exclusive Tt LCS Certified logo.
Applied only to products that pass the design standards of hardcore enthusiasts, the philosophy of the exclusive Tt LCS certified was created so users can know which chassis has been tested to be most compatible with extreme liquid cooling configurations to ensure the best performance, features, and fit. Featuring a cube design, the series offers endless stackable ability and expandability for enthusiasts to create massive liquid cooling systems for a single system, file server or even dual systems.
Users can customize the chassis for the best viewing presentation with interchangeable window and I/O panel design. Delivering outstanding cooling performance with compatibility for extensive DIY/AIO LCS and overclocking components, the Core X Series further enhances the reputation Thermaltake enjoyed for its earlier air cooling units.
"The new Core X Series combines superior performance with exclusive stackable and expandable equipment details and the excellent LCS usability also excellent ventilation. The greatest challenge in this is to translate efficiency into superior performance. In this respect the unique stackable function experience in the new Thermaltake Core X Series is guaranteed by the LCS ability. The new Core X Series offers our hardcore players the entire range of innovations that make our new Core X Series so successful, and the particular Tt LCS Certified philosophy ensures outstanding water cooling pleasure and dynamism combined with the highest efficiency. " adds Mr. Kenny Lin, Chairman and CEO of Thermaltake Technology.
Stackable for Enthusiasts
With its endless stacking design, the Core X Series is in a class above the rest. Virtually limitless utility is possible; it offers an expandable system allowing enthusiasts to incorporate externally-modular upgrades. Stacked together, the chassis opens up space to expand the liquid cooling system, the storage solutions, or even create dual systems, thereby enabling a dedicated top/bottom set-up for pure cooling.
Designed for high-end gaming system compatibility, the Core X Series' modular drive racks allow gamers to easily install up to six data storage devices, a dual expansion slot VGA as well as tower CPU cooler. Even with a high-wattage PSU stretching to 200mm in length, it still leaves plenty of space for cable management. Moreover, two radiators can be installed on top of the chassis, delivering superior cooling performance.
The Core X Series' unparalleled cooling ability offers fan brackets with various mounting points to support any type of gaming system that can be accommodated, including DIY/AIO liquid-cooling systems and air-cooling units. Pre-installed fans reassure and guarantee the flow of aeration. The fan brackets can either be adjusted for 120mm, 140mm, or 200mm fans on the top panel, while there is room for 120mm and 140mm fans on the side panel.
Optimized for space management, the Core X Series is divided into two main chambers: the upper chamber is made for cooling performance and better efficiency, while the lower one is made for PSU and drive bays. Thanks to the removable 2.5"/3.5" drive device racks, there is plenty of flexibility to gain the maximum interior space when needed for advanced cooling performance or liquid systems build.
Fully Modular Design
The Core X Series makes setting up the best storage solution on the market super easy and flexible. In addition, a customizable 5.25" & 3.5" drive bay feature enables users to freely interchange the 3.5" hard-drive cages to suit their particular needs.
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