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Thermaltake launches new Divider 550 TG Ultra and Tower 500 cases

Alongside CES 2022, Thermaltake is running its own virtual expo, hosting announcements for a ton of new products for 2022. Aside from its new DDR5 memory kits, TT also has new cases to unveil, including the new Divider 550 TG Ultra and a new addition to The Tower series.

The Divider 550 TG Ultra is based on the original Divider 500, with an added 3.9-inch LCD that can be used to monitor the system’s components or display GIFs and images. Like the Divider 500, the left side panel is made of tempered glass, allowing users to enjoy the RGB galore of their systems. In contrast, the right side panel uses a similar triangular design, with small holes to increase airflow.

Inside this case, there’s enough space to house most modern PC components, including 360mm radiators, as well as mount the GPU horizontally or vertically. The Divider 550 TG Ultra comes with 3x pre-installed front fans with ARGB lighting, which users can synchronise using Asus, ASRock, MSI and Gigabyte’s RGB lighting software or Thermaltake TT RGB Plus 2.0.

The Tower series of cases from Thermaltake already consists of a large Tower 900 chassis, and a smaller Tower 100 chassis. This year, The Tower 500 will join them, measuring in at 608x388x388mm (HxWxD). Like other Tower series cases, the 500 has three 4mm tempered glass windows covering the front and sides, as well as black and white colour options.

The Tower 500 supports up to E-ATX motherboards, 355mm long graphics cards and 275mm tall CPU coolers. Moreover, there’s 8x 3.5-inch drive bays and space for up to 8x 120mm fans or 6x 140mm fans. The top panel supports up to 280mm radiators, and the bottom up to 240mm. Thermaltake is planning to release The Tower 500 during Q2 2022.

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