Thermaltake announced the launch of View 51 TG ARGB mid-tower and AH T600 TG open frame gaming chassis.
View 51 is designed to fulfill gamers who love hardcore water-cooling while AH T600 makes a statement as open frame chassis concept utilizing a powerful air-cooling design.
View 51 that tailor-made for advance water cooling and features two 200mm ARGB PWM fan at the front of the case and one 120mm ARGB fan at the rear as a standard option. The case is wrapped in three sheets of 4mm tempered glass panels for a transparent view into the front, side and top. Combined with support for quad 360mm radiators at the top, front, side and bottom of the case, the smoked tempered glass and RGB fans contrast perfectly against the View 51’s DUAL-CHAMBER design available in either black or white.
View 51 case design is based on two chambers. One side of the case is wrapped in tempered glasses on the top, side and front allowing the entire build to be in full view including glowing pipes and RGB lighting components. The other space is hidden behind a brushed finish aluminum panel for cable management while also hiding the storage system and PSU making the View 51 a modders paradise.
Thermaltake TT Premium also presented their first-ever military-inspired Full-Tower open frame chassis, AH T600, which comes in both black and white versions. AH T600 is forged with an air-force style architecture, wrapped with the three tempered glasses panels at the front and top of the chassis along with solid steel side vents for extra air ventilation.
Front panel I/O ports are located on the top-front panel with a futuristically designed power button, followed by the hollowed-out honeycomb grills. Constructed with a 5mm tempered glass hinged doors on the left and right, AH T600 obtains super-strong airflow by supporting ten 120mm fans or seven 140mm fans for cooling efficiency. Water cooling enthusiasts will enjoy support for Thermaltake Pacific DP100-D5 Plus RGB liquid cooling distribution plate and its dismantlable modular design allows users the freedom to create their own design using any combination of RGB lighting fans, components and cooling.
Thermaltake View 51 TG ARGB and AH T600 open frame chassis will be launched in January and showcased in the Thermaltake CES2020 booth as a live demo display.