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Thermaltake’s will now let you Watercool your Case

Replace your current Distribution Plate/Reservoir with Thermaltake’s new Watercooling P200 Chassis

Nicholas Smith
May 31 ⋅ 1 min read

Thermaltakes’s new forthcoming P200 Case will feature a giant clear panel, that will act as the coolant reservoir and distribution plate. While its not really allowing your case to watercooled, it is the next best thing. Components will then be bolted onto the panel with no additional covering around the outside.

On display that their Computex booth the Thermaltake P200 price and release date is still far off in the future. With the reservoir on the back built into the chassis, tubes will be routed from there to individual components (e.g. CPU and GPU) that require their own individual waterblocks.

Similarly to Thermaltake’s current Core P Series of Cases, components including the radiator, power supply, SSDs etc. are mounted right on the case. With everything being held up by at set of feet.

On the back, the reservoir can be seen through a clear chassis with RGB surrounding the entire unit. To top it all off, you will also find a clean looking Thermaltake logo engraved. Coolant will not be included in the product so you can choose whichever colour you want.



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