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Thermaltake Celebrating its 15th Anniversary in Style at Computex

Category: Manufacturers
Posted: 04:21PM

Earlier today I discussed Thermaltake's new Tt eSPORTS offerings being shown off at Computex this week, and now it's the core brand's turn. To celebrate its fifteenth anniversary, Thermaltake is presenting a new "HARDCORE" image at Computex with the slogan, "Pure Performance, Built for Enthusiasts by Enthusiasts." On display at the company's booth are a range of cases, coolers, power supplies, and a storage solution, with the highlight being the world premiere of the new Level 10 Gaming Station Titanium Limited Edition chassis.

Restricted to just 500 builds worldwide, the new special edition Level 10 case is not only built with Titanium for extreme durability, light weight, and dent and corrosion resistance, but has also been upgraded to feature six EasySwap hard drive bays (up from five) and four USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports (up from two). Pricing has not been provided, but with the Level 10 GT having an MSRP north of $200, expect this limited edition version to be well over that.

In addition to the Level 10, the other cases on display include: the new Core Series introduced earlier this year, featuring five flavors: V1, V31, V41, V51, and V71; the Ubran T81; and the Versa Series, featuring four flavors: H24, H25, H34, and H35. For coolers, Thermaltake is showing off the new Frio Silent Series of CPU air coolers, along with the Water 3.0 Ultimate liquid cooling solution, which comes with a whopping 360mm radiator. The company is also showing off a variety of do-it-yourself liquid cooling components, including radiators, reservoirs, a waterblock, a pump, tubing, and coolant.

For power supplies, Thermaltake is showing off the new Toughpower DPS 1250W Platinum along with other, slightly lesser, members of the Toughpower DPS Series: the 80 PLUS Gold 750W, 850W, and 1050W. The company has also added the new Toughpower G Series, which includes a variety of 80 PLUS Gold PSUs ranging from 450W up to 1050W.

Lastly, in the storage department, Thermaltake is debuting the BlacX Urban Wi-Fi Edition Docking Station. It features hot-swap capability, USB 3.0 SuperSpeed data transfer for a maximum transfer rate of up to 5.0 Gbps, and built-in Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n with support for WEP/WPA/WPA2 security protocols. Thermaltake has also provided a mobile app called "TtCloud", available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Market, allowing quick access to your data on iOS and Android mobile devices.

Source: Press Release and Official Site

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