Thermaltake has added yet another chassis to its Core range, releasing the standard Core X5 cube chassis and Core x5 Riing edition.
Both cases are stackable and come packed with 230mm CPU cooler clearance, the ability to fit video cards up to 480mm in length and space for 220mm long power supplies. Designed with water cooling in mind, Thermaltake has also optioned to provide space for two 360mm radiators mounted to the top of the chassis, with the Riing edition offering a 140mm green fan on the side and rear of this product.
Providing users with a two-chamber design, the Core X5 once again allows the upper chamber to handle cooling and your major components, with the lower chamber assigned to house the power supply and drive bays, helping your overall system run quieter and cooler.
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