Computex 2015 - Thermaltake has shown off its new WP100 case in style at Computex as part of what seems to be a new 'Team TT Modding' series, featuring an upgraded logo and different design from the 'Thermaltake norm'.
The system pictures is packed with a Thermaltake DPS G 1050W Gold power supply and completely cooled with Thermaltake Pacific watercooling series components.
We've been told that this new logo is for premium products only, don't expect the 'Thermatlake Sun' to disappear any time soon.
This new chassis seems to have a separate bottom compartment for watercooling radiators and support for three front-facing 120mm or 140mm standard fans alongside it being 'vertical' in design, meaning that you can fit vital watercooling components 'behind' the motherboard tray.
The design as we said is a little different form the edgy lines of Thermaltake from 2013 and 2014, it seems they are trying a new simplistic modder focus for 2015 and beyond.
This vertical case is certainly something very different and we are looking forward to more information - as you can see from the images there are two front-panel LCD displays that seem to be connected to each watercooling loop inside, being one at the bottom and one at the 'back'.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 08:34 pm CDT
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