Thermaltake was founded in 1999 and the Taiwanese company has since gone on to release a multitude of products – including headsets, apps, cases, PSUs and even chairs. But Thermaltake is probably best known for its chassis. Now the manufacturer has announced its latest case, the mid-tower V250 TG ARGB.
This chassis from Thermaltake is the newest addition to the company's V Series and is described – by Thermaltake itself – as having “exceptional performance which is ideal for both gamers and enthusiasts”. V250 TG ARGB comes preinstalled with three 120mm 5V ARGB front fans that can be controlled via motherboard synchronisation software or the RGB switch on the top of the I/O port. The chassis is also able to support up to a standard ATX Motherboard.
Image credit: Thermaltake
Regarding the RGB lighting, Thermaltake quotes support for “ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI or ASRock” motherboards. That way the lights can be controlled without installing any extra lighting software or controllers.
Additionally, the V250 TG ARGB comes with “one 4mm tempered glass panel on the left side, thicker and more scratch resistant when compared to standard acrylic”. This makes it possible to “display and admire” all the internal components in RGB light.
Thermaltake's V250 TG ARGB can be pre-ordered at Amazon for $84.99, or about £70.
Discuss on our Facebook page HERE.
KitGuru says: Do you have a case from Thermaltake? What do you think of the upcoming V250 TG ARGB?