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Thermaltake reveals their Divider 300 TG Chassis at CES 2021

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Thermaltake reveals their Divider 300 TG Chassis at CES 2021

Thermaltake reveals their Divider 300 TG Chassis at CES 2021 

At CES 2021, Thermaltake has revealed their new Divider 300 TG series of PC cases, offering buyers plenty of options with both black and white colour options as well as RGB and non-RGB variants. 

Many of Thermaltake's newest case designs have targetted the tinkerers within the PC building market, offering buyers cases that are easy to disassemble and modify. This simplifies the PC building process and opens the door to amateur modders who wish to paint any of their components a custom colour or otherwise alter their systems. Thermaltake calls this DMD "Dismantleable Modular Design", and we love it. 

With the Divider 300 TG, Thermaltake offers its users everything they could want from a case that costs around £100. It has tempered glass, a unique aesthetic and enough airflow options to ensure that your system remains cool and quiet under load. Yes, the tempered glass window at the front could be seen as restrictive, but the two 120mm mounts on the side of the case can be used to deliver supplemental airflow if required or be used at a mounting location for three 2.5-inch SSD if not. As we have already said, this case has options. 

At the front of the Divider 300 TG, Thermaltake has included IO options for two USB 3.0 ports and a single USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C connection, which is enough for any modern gaming system. The ARGB versions of this enclosure ship with fans that can be controlled using motherboard-based ARGB software solutions like ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync and ASRock Polychrome. These fans can have their RGB lighting controller using 5V RGB headers, which is good news for anyone who owns a modern motherboard. 
  

Thermaltake reveals their Divider 300 TG Chassis at CES 2021  

As we mentioned before, almost every part of this chassis can be removed if desired, making this enclosure easy to paint and customise. The chassis can even have all of its PCIe slots turned on their side, making this case ideal for vertically mounted graphics cards. 

Please note that te ARGB version of this enclosure ships with three front-mounted 120mm RGB fans and a single rear-mounted non-RGB fan. The standard, non-RGB version of this case ships with a single 120mm fan at the rear of the chassis. This explains why the ARGB versions of the Divider 300 TG are significantly more expensive than its non-RGB counterpart. 

    Strip your case down to the bones and install elements when and as you need them with our modular design. The Divider 300 TG ARGB features modular panels, racks, brackets, and pre-designed mounting arrays. No more unreachable screw corners or gaps, installation can be a breeze with our Dismantlable Modular Design.

Thermaltake reveals their Divider 300 TG Chassis at CES 2021  

Thanks to the Divider 300 TG's multitude of fan mounts, the chassis can support many potential radiator mounting positions. The picture below showcased the Divider 300 TG's radiator mounting option. 

    The DIVIDER 300TG Series offers cooling customizations with both front and side radiator mounting options (280mm/360mm Front | 240mm Side) to provide multiple cooling fitments for both CPU and GPU AIO cooling options. Additional fan options on the top and back of the case offer more cooling and RGB. Filters included around the case help prevent dust and easy to remove for cleaning. Go vertical with Patented PCIE expansion slots to rotate the GPU vertically or direct to the motherboard, all built into the case.

Built-in full-length PSU cover allows users to hide the mess and let the case look its best. They offer a window view to the PSU, with multiple pass-through for the cables, radiator, HDD/SSD storage options, and ventilated top. Larger cable grommets give users better cable positions and more space. Modular side plate offers storage when not using a radiator with SSD mounting also included behind the motherboard.

Thermaltake reveals their Divider 300 TG Chassis at CES 2021  
The DIVIDER 300TG will be available from US retailers in February. More DIVIDER Series models will be available later this year. This includes Thermaltake's Divider 500 TG, a larger version of the Divider 300 TG. 

MSRP (US)

  • - DIVIDER 300TG ARGB: $ 109.99
  • - DIVIDER 300TG ARGB SNOW: $ 114.99
  • - DIVIDER 300TG: $ 79.99
  • - DIVIDER 300TG SNOW: $ 84.99|


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Thermaltake reveals their Divider 300 TG Chassis at CES 2021  

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11-01-2021, 23:58:43

Dicehunter
So...er... where's the airflow coming from for the front fans ? Narnia ? Companies need to stop with these horrible designs.Quote

12-01-2021, 00:06:14

looz
Good thing it has a dust filter so you won't summon demons from whatever shadow realm the air is from.Quote

12-01-2021, 05:08:48

Dark NighT
Oh look the industry still doesn't learn how not to create a chokebox that kills hardware we can't get our hands on right now, well played Thermaltake!Quote
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