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CES 2021: Thermaltake introduces the Divider TG case series

Thermaltake is expanding its case portfolio with the new Divider TG case series. Consisting of four chassis of differing sizes, the new Divider cases are characterised by their tempered glass front panel, triangular tempered glass side panel with a vent, and patented PCIe expansion slot system.

Ranging from ITX to ATX cases, the Divider TG series includes the Divider 500TG, 300TG, 200TG, and 100TG models. Both 500TG and 300TG will be available in both black and white (Snow), while the 200TG and 100TG will only be available in black. The 300TG will have a standard and an ARGB variant, but the 500TG will only be available with ARGB. The smaller 200TG and 100TG will only come in non-ARGB variants.

The first Divider series case to release will be the 300TG, a mid-tower chassis supporting ATX motherboards that allows you to showcase your system thanks to the use of 3mm tempered glass panels. Capable of fitting a graphics card up to 360mm long when a radiator is installed at the front (390mm without it), this case comes with a riser GPU support bracket to avoid any sagging. The “patented rotational PCI-E slots” allows users to mount the graphics cards to their liking, be it horizontally or vertically. Moreover, the 300TG cases come with 2x 2.5/3.5-inch drive bays and 5x 2.5-inch drive bays for your storage devices.

ARGB variants come with 3x ARGB 120mm fans at the front, and another 120mm fan at the rear. The non-ARGB variants only come with a single 120mm fan at the rear. Users can mount up to 3x 120mm fans or 2x 140mm fans on the front, a 120mm fan at the rear, up to 2x 120mm fan on the side, and a 120/140mm fan on the top. Radiator support is fairly similar to the fan support, allowing users to install a 360/280mm front radiator, 240mm radiator on the side, and a 120mm radiator at the rear.

This case features dust filters on the top, bottom, front, and right side panels, preventing dust from getting into your system. The built-in PSU shroud improves the PSU cooling while also hiding the cable clutter. The front I/O panel includes a USB-C 3.2 port, 2x USB-A 3.0 ports, an audio-in 3.5mm jack, and an audio-out 3.5mm jack.  The RGB fans can be synchronised through the included ARGB controller and connected to a motherboard compatible with RGB software such as ASRock Polychrome, Asus Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light, and others.

The Thermaltake Divider 300TG cases will launch in February. The remaining Divider TG cases will release later this year. The Divider 300TG will be priced at $79.99, the Divider 300TG Snow at $84.99, the Divider 300TG ARGB for $109.99, and the Divider 300TG ARGB Snow for $114.99.

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