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Thermaltake unveils new CTE E660 MX mid-tower in four colour variants

Thermaltake has unveiled the new CTE E660 MX, a dual-chamber mid-tower that supports hidden-connector motherboards. Available in four colours, the CTE E660 MX boasts a replaceable dual front panel design, a three-way GPU installation option, and exceptional cooling support.

The CTE E660 MX has a 4mm tempered glass window on the left side, allowing a clear view of the internal components. Furthermore, it features two removable front panels: one tempered glass panel for maximum visibility and one perforated panel for increased airflow, providing users with options to balance aesthetics and performance.

 

For additional customisation, this case offers a three-way GPU installation option. Users can opt for a floating GPU placement using the included floating GPU bracket and pre-configured 400mm long PCI-e 4.0 riser cable, hang the GPU vertically, or position it upright with the graphics card facing forward to the side panel on the rotatable PCI-e slots.

Available in black, white, blue and green, the chassis is designed for all kinds of motherboards, including standard ones and Asus BTF and MSI hidden-connector motherboards, including popular models like the ROG Maximus Hero BTF and Asus TUF Gaming WIFI.

Regarding cooling support, the CTE MX can accommodate up to a 420mm AIO radiator at the front, back, bottom and M/B sides. Additionally, it can support up to fourteen 120mm fans or twelve 140mm fans. The CTE MX is also designed to support E-ATX (12″ x 10.5″) motherboards, power supplies up to 220mm long, and various storage options, including slots for up to 5x 3.5-inch drives and 3x 2.5-inch drives.

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