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Thermaltake launch the Commander G Series Mid-Tower chassis

Thermaltake has announced a new line of compact PC cases – the Commander G Series Tempered Glass ARGB Mid-Tower chassis includes G31, G32 and G33 models, offering various appearances with specifications to suit all types of compact system builds.

The entry-level Commander G series Tempered Glass ARGB chassis is a brand-new design from Thermaltake, with high flow mesh front panels to enhance cooling performance. All three chassis in the Commander G range include a pre-installed 200mm ARGB front fan that can be controlled by motherboard sync software or the integrated RGB button located on the front panel.

Commander G series chassis feature 4mm thick tempered glass side panels, a rear-mounted 120mm standard fan to provide extra ventilation and a GPU riser support bracket, along with removable magnetic dust filters to keep the system looking clean. RGB lighting in the Commander G series has been designed to synchronise with motherboard software including Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync and ASRock Polychrome via 5v 3-pin ARGB connectivity.

A premium quality 4mm thick tempered glass side panel offers a more robust, scratch-resistant alternative to acrylic and provides a great view of internal components. The Commander G series chassis also includes the opportunity for vertical GPU mounting via an optional PCIe riser cable. In addition, the included GPU support bracket not only prevents GPU sag but helps reduce stress on the motherboard caused by the weight of heavy GPUs.

Thermaltake has included a generous amount of expansion options in the Commander G series. CPU air coolers up to 165mm tall are catered for, along with installation space for 2-way GPUs up to 300mm long, when mounted horizontally and 45mm width for vertical mounting support. Power supplies up to 200m long can be installed with the HDD cage removed.

In terms of cooling, there is space for two 200mm fans in the front, two 140mm fans at the top and a single 140mm fan in the rear. The front I/O consists of a single USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports and an easy to access RGB control button on the top-front panel.

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KitGuru says: Thermaltake’s new Commander G Series compact Mid-tower chassis provides support for many variations of PC hardware configurations, along with giving consumers choice of appearance with three different front panel designs available.

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