Thermaltake unveiled The Tower 200 chassis
Recently, Thermaltake unveiled The Tower 200 chassis, embodying the signature vertical design of this product series, optimized for minimal desktop occupancy, with the options of either a black or white aesthetic.
Measuring 537x300x280mm, The Tower 200 has a volume of approximately 45.1L and weighs 7.7 kg. Apart from the glass panel on the front, the chassis is designed with an abundance of cooling vents on the top, rear, and side panels. The glass panel is readily removable with a simple press, facilitating assembly and disassembly. Regarding hardware compatibility, The Tower 200 supports only ITX motherboards, with a maximum CPU cooler height of 200mm. It accommodates a standard ATX power supply with a length limit of 220mm. Without the power supply cover, the graphics card has a maximum length of 380mm, permitting the installation of an RTX 4090. With the power supply cover installed, the graphics card length limit is reduced to 280mm.
The top of the chassis and power supply compartment can each house a 120/140mm fan, while the right and rear sides of the case can accommodate two 120/140mm fans. As for radiator compatibility, a 120/140mm radiator can be installed on the top of the case, whereas the right side can fit a 240/280mm radiator.
The front-facing interface is located at the top front of the case, equipped with two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A ports, a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port, a 3.5mm microphone port, and a 3.5mm headphone port. Additionally, the case supports an optional 3.9-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 128×480, which can be affixed to the lower front of the case. Configuration requires the use of TT RGB Plus 2.0 software, capable of displaying images, time, weather, or system information.
The Tower 200 comes pre-installed with two CT140 fans, each measuring 140x140x25mm. They do not support RGB lighting effects. The fans offer a maximum air flow of 77.37CFM and a maximum static pressure of 2.3mmH2O. One fan is affixed to the top of the case, and the other to the rear.
Thermaltake has yet to announce the pricing and release date for The Tower 200.