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Thermaltake Ceres 350 MX Bubble Pink Featured Build

If you are a KitGuru regular, you’ll know that alongside hardware reviews we also do sponsored build videos to showcase new products and features. In this video we continue our Thermaltake build series to show you the new Thermaltake Ceres 350 MX chassis. Thermaltake was showing off the Ceres 350 MX at Computex in various colours and I've been landed with the Bubble Pink version to create a Thermaltake-themed build.

Timestamps:
00:00 Start
00:38 Some details
01:19 Hardware and other bits
02:39 Front I/O and panel(s)
03:27 Side panels
03:59 Colour consistency
04:21 Dust filters, brackets, fans and cooling support
06:05 Motherboard, GPU/CPU cooler support
07:21 Rear and reverse side of the case
08:39 Storage and PSU support
09:29 Floor of the case
10:02 Build components
11:36 Timelapse Build
18:38 James' thoughts on the build

Case – Thermaltake Ceres 350 MX Bubble Pink

Features:

  • Similar to the Ceres 330 but comes with two interchangeable front panels – Tempered glass and mesh.
  • Available in seven different colour schemes including black, white, blue, yellow, green and this bubble pink version.
  • Back-connect motherboard support.
  • There is an option circular 2.1″ LCD screen upgrade kit available for the case that fits into the lower side panel.

CPU Cooler – TH280 V2 Ultra Snow Edition AIO

Features:

  • A 2.1-inch LCD screen with 480 x 480 resolution that can display customisable images, GIFs, videos, real-time system information and local time and weather reports.
  • It includes Thermaltake CT140 ARGB  fans with a PWM speed range of 500-1800 RPM, 84.32 CFM max airflow, 3.02mm-H20 max static pressure and low noise output of 34.7 decibels.
  • It is also equipped with a 27mm thick aluminium radiator, 460mm long tubing with white braided sleeving, a solid copper cold plate and compatible with all current Intel and AMD desktop platforms.

Fans – SWAFAN EX 14 ARGB Sync

Features:

  • Quick-connect magnetic connectors keep the fans together while passing through the 12v PWM signal and 5v WRGB lighting connections and swappable forward and reverse fan blades for fast installation and setup
  • SWAFAN EX feature two independent ARGB lighting zones with an inner ring of 6 LEDs and an outer ring of 14 LEDs that connect and can be controlled by motherboard RGB software via 3-pin 5v motherboard header connections.
  • SWAFAN EX 14 has a PWM speed range of 500 – 2000 RPM, maximum air pressure of 3.17mm-H20 and maximum airflow of 81.6 CFM with a maximum noise output of 34.5 decibels.

PSU – TOUGHPOWER GF A3 1050W

Features:

  • GF A3 is an 80-plus gold-certified fully modular ATX 3.1 compatible power supply equipped with a native PCIe 12v-2×6 connector.
  • It is designed to comply with the latest graphics cards and their different ways of connecting power either via 3 x 8 pin connections or a single 12v 2 x 6 connector.
  • The GF A3 also features a 120mm fluid dynamic bearing fan for quiet operation and built-in protection such as over current, over voltage and under voltage protection as well as a ten-year warranty.

Test System Specification

  • CPUIntel Core i7-14700K
  • Motherboard – MSI Z790 Project Zero
  • Graphics Card – Palit RTX 4070 Ti Super Gaming Pro White
  • Memory – 32GB (2 x 16GB Modules) Thermaltake ToughRam XG DDR5-6000
  • Storage1TB Corsair MP700 PCIe Gen5 NVMe M.2 SSD
  • CPU Cooler – Thermaltake TH280 V2 Ultra ARGB Sync Snow Edition
  • Power Supply – Thermaltake Toughpower GF A3 1050W 80+ Gold
  • Case fans – Thermaltake SWAFAN EX 14 SRGB Sync White
  • Chassis – Thermaltake Ceres 350 MX Bubble Pink
  • Operating System – Windows 11

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KitGuru says: I wasn't sold on the Bubble Pink colour scheme at first but even I have to admit that with a white-themed build inside the Ceres 350 MX in Pink looks good, what do you guys think?

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