Thermaltake presents the Core X9 Snow Edition chassis

Thermaltake presents the Core X9 Snow Edition chassis

Thermaltake has announced a new and rather interesting PC chassis called Core X9 Snow Edition. The new computer chassis is designed for overclockers who use liquid-cooling systems and comes with a stackable cube design that allows users to enjoy both expandability and easiness of use.

The new Core X9 Snow Edition chassis allows users to enjoy up to six data storage devices and offers support for dual expansion slot VGA cards with up to 590 mm of length and tower CPU coolers as high as 250 mm. The case allows PSUs that are up to 200 mm in length and there’s enough room for two 480 mm radiators that can be installed on top of the chassis for great cooling performance. In addition the case comes with a pre-installed large 200 mm cooling fan on the front side and a rear 120 mm cooling fan that exhausts hot air from the inside. This is not everything, though – the Core X9 Snow Edition offers fan brackets along with multiple mounting points for all kinds of air-cooled or liquid-cooled configurations. Thus end users will also be able to enjoy 120 mm, 140 mm or 200 mm fans on the top panel or 120/140 mm fans on the side panel.

A PC case is nothing without drive bays so the Core X9 Snow Edition delivers here as well. The chassis has two main chambers – the top one is made for cooling performance and better efficiency, while the lower one houses the PSU and the drive bays. There are 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch removable drive racks that allow maximum flexibility and a “3+9” drive bay concept design for accessory and storage devices that allows the best and most flexible storage solution on the market. Finally there are four USB 3.0 I/O ports and a customizable 5.25-inch/3.5-inch drive bay for even more flexibility when working with various storage/optical drives.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Thermaltake

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