Thermaltake releases the Suppressor F1 PC chassis

Thermaltake releases the Suppressor F1 PC chassis

Thermaltake has announced a new PC case called Suppressor F1. The name of the case suggests why it exists in the first place – the chassis will offer low noise levels for all people who love silence.

The Suppressor F1 is made of pure steel and features a very minimalistic design. The chassis looks like a cube and includes a large number of bays designed for low speed cooling fans as well as an acrylic window through which you can see what’s inside the case. The Suppressor F1 supports mini-ITX motherboards but despite its shape the case has enough space for CPU coolers that are as high as 160 mm and video cards that are up to 285 mm long. There’s also just enough space at the bottom for a PS/2-ATX PSU that can be up to 200 mm long.

The new Thermaltake chassis lacks 5.25-inch drive bays but offers two 3.5-inch bays and two 2.5-inch bays. Since it is designed for excellent cooling performance at low noise levels, the Suppressor F1 offers a large 200 mm cooling fan up front that can be replaced with 120 mm and 140 mm ones in case of need. In the back users can install up to two 80 mm cooling fans. On top of this the Suppressor F1 has full support for liquid cooling solutions as well.

The new Thermaltake chassis measures 260 x 276 x 319 mm and weighs 3.2 kilograms. There’s no information on when the Suppressor F1 will be on the market or how much it will cost.

Source: Thermaltake

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