The packaging is typical of the Core Series of cases where the plain cardboard has the grid pattern and wide black bars applied to it. Thermaltake and Core P5 flank the top of a rendering of the chassis inside of this box. We see this design is Tt LCS certified, and if you want to see more, visit the address listed at the bottom.
As we see this side of the box, we noticed there is much less box than the chassis illustrated on the front would need to fit in if fully assembled. On this panel, we are given features like the location of the I/O panel, that there are four drive bays, and that the chassis offers a modular rack design as well.
Spinning the box around to the back, now we see an exploded view of the Core P5 to sort of help wrap your mind about what we have been explaining this whole time.
The last panel to show is this skinny one. Here Thermaltake offers a specifications chart listing all of its capabilities, so even at a big box store you are well informed of what you are buying.
Inside of the box, we find thick Styrofoam used to surround the motherboard tray and back panel components of the chassis. In cutouts on this side, we find the feet and the support bars for the clear panel that is taped into the foam on the opposite side. As we mentioned earlier, this is done to secure the product as best as they could, and allowed our Core P5 components to make the long trip across the pond to us and still arrive in great shape.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Thermaltake Core P5 Open Air Chassis]
- Page 4 [Accessories & Documentation]
- Page 5 [Case Build & Finished Product]
- Page 6 [Case Build & Finished Product Continued]
- Page 7 [Final Thoughts]
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