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Computex 2024: Thermaltake’s new Tower 600 & Tower 250, liquid cooling gear and more

Thermaltake is launching two new cases at Computex this week, belonging to The Tower series. The new Tower 600 and Tower 250 are both joined by new liquid cooling components, memory and more, join Leo as we take a closer look straight from the show floor. 

The Tower 600 is a unique looking mid-tower chassis with an inverted motherboard layout and vertical GPU mounting. The large window at the front gives a view of all the hardware inside, and it is specially designed to support ‘Zero cable' motherboards like the ROG Maximus Z790 BTF, or the MSI Z790 Project Zero. These motherboards move the cable connectors to the back of the board, so you don't have to route them around the front of the case, making for a very clean look once everything is in the case.

The Tower 250 offers a similar layout and feature-set, but in a smaller Mini-ITX package for those looking to build a small, movable powerhouse. The case comes with two pre-installed CT120 fans and it can support up to eight fans total, including a 360mm AIO radiator, so cooling shouldn't be an issue.

These new members of The Tower series retain the vertical body design and octagonal contour of its predecessors. They can also be upgraded with an LCD Screen Kit, so you can quickly monitor system stats, or display custom images or animations to make your rig stand out.

As always, Thermaltake also has plenty of modded showcase builds here, as well as a look at their full range of other products, from peripherals and racing sim gear, to ToughRAM, custom liquid cooling hardware, AIO coolers and more.

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