Thermaltake Core P3 ATX Wall Mountable Mid-Tower Chassis
After a bit of assembly, this is one of the ways the Core P3 can be built. From the front, we see a thick wall of steel to the right as the main body of this design, which includes the front I/O panel and a Tt logo. To the left of that, we find a view right through the chassis, blocked only by stainless steel bars, expansion slots, and PSU bracket.
The front I/O panel starts with LEDs for system power and HDD activity with a large power button just below them. There are USB 3.0 ports, USB 2.0 ports, and HD Audio jacks as we move down the panel, ending with the medium-sized reset button at the bottom.
Looking at the P3 from the left side offers an unimpeded view of the inside of the chassis since the entire panel is made of clear acrylic. Aside from the large clear panel, there are the caps for the support rods, which are also stainless steel, and delivers a clean look to the panel's installation.
From the back of the P3, we see the eight expansion slots, which we have opted to install perpendicular to the motherboard tray. We can also see the rear support bracket for the PSU, and since we intend to use an ATX motherboard, it needs to be in this orientation for our needs.
The right side of this chassis is a vast expanse of textured steel. Six thumbscrews hold the panel in place, the left side is used for ventilation and offers a dust filter, and of course, there are 12 holes for various wall mounting brackets. Since there not a traditional bottom for this chassis, we should mention we did install the large feet to allow the P3 to stand vertically for our build.
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