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Thermaltake introduces The Tower 200 for vertical mini-ITX builds

Thermaltake has introduced The Tower 200, a Mini-ITX case designed to accommodate a 380mm long GPU and a 280 mm AIO radiator. Despite its compact size, The Tower 200 offers exceptional hardware support without compromising on space-saving advantages. Retaining its predecessors' iconic vertical body design, this chassis combines aesthetics with broad compatibility for PC components.

To ensure a panoramic view and optimal thermal performance, The Tower 200 features a tempered glass front panel while introducing perforated panels on both the left and right sides, which will help with cooling, particularly when it comes to higher end builds.

Available in black and white, the Tower 200 prioritises flexibility, making it ideal for gaming and workspaces with limited room, featuring a well-designed airflow system. Cold air intakes from the left, right, and bottom sides, along with hot air exhausts at the top and rear, maintain low internal temperatures. By default, the chassis has one pre-installed CT140 140mm PWM fan on the top and another on the back. On the right side, you can mount up to two 120/140mm fans or a 280mm AIO radiator, made easier thanks to the removable fan bracket and filters.

Despite being a Mini-ITX chassis, The Tower 200 doesn't compromise on hardware support. It can accommodate a CPU cooler with a height of up to 200mm, a 380mm long GPU, and a 220mm long PSU. Furthermore, The Tower 200 features a GPU stabilizer to prevent sagging. The I/O Ports offer convenient access with two USB-A 3.0 ports, a USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 port, and an HD Audio port.

An optional 3.9-inch LCD panel kit is available separately. The LCD is configurable using TT RGB Plus 2.0 software to show real-time information, time mode, weather mode, and even upload custom images or GIFs.

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KitGuru says: The Tower 200 could house some impressive builds for its size. It will be interesting to see what reviewers think in the weeks/months ahead. 

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