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Thermaltake CORE P5 ATX Open Frame Wall Mount Mid Tower Liquid Cooling Computer Case CA-1E7-00M1WN-00
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- Panoramic Open Frame Design: Take advantage of full panoramic viewing to give an unrivaled chassis presentation.
- 3-way Placement Layouts: Designed for Wall-mount, Horizontal or Vertical layouts, the Core P5 is flexible for multiple users desktop locations.
- VESA Compatibility: 200x200, 100x100, 75x75 (Weight determined once full system is installed)
- Front Panel: Supports 2x USB 3.0, 2x USB 3.0 ports with HD Audio ports for convent front panel access
- Thermaltake Liquid Cooling Certified: Thermaltake exclusive certification applied to only products that pass the design and hardcore enthusiasts standards
- Fully Modular Design: Provides multiple configurations and flexibility for custom PC Enthusiasts
- Warranty: 3 Years.
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Thermaltake CORE P5 ATX Open Frame Mid Tower Wall Mount Gaming Computer Case CA-1E7-00M1WN-00
Take presentation to the next level with the Core P5 Open Frame chassis by Thermaltake. The fully modular design of the Core P5 allows flexibility for 3-way placement layouts (Wall mount, Horizontal and Vertical), dual GPU layout locations: Horizontal and Vertical and placement locations for liquid cooling components. Uncover greatness with the Core P5's 180 Degree viewing angle with its large acrylic window to protect and present. Seeing is believing, the Core P5 brings the ultimate in PC hardware viewing wherever you mount or display.
- Case Type: Open Frame Mid Tower Chassis
- Case Dimension (H x W x D): 22.4" x 13.1" x 23.9"
- VESA Compatibility: 200x200, 100x100, 75x75
- M/B Type: ATX (12.0" x 9.6"), MicroATX (9.6" x 9.6"), Mini-ITX (6.7" x 6.7")
- Supports Standard PS2 Power Supply with adjustable PSU Bracket
- Internal Bay: 3x 3.5"/2.5" (Hidden) with 1x 3.5”/2.5” (Front) SSD/HDD Locations
- Expansion Slots: 8 (Supports both Vertical/Horizontal layouts)
- Front I/O Panel: 2x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0 1x Headphone, 1x Mic Port
Radiator Configurations: (Optional)
1 x 120mm or 1 x 240mm or 1 x 360mm or 1 x 480mm
1 x 140mm or 1 x 280mm or 1 x 420mm
- CPU Cooler Height: 180mm
- VGA Length:280mm (With Reservoir),320mm (Without Reservoir)
- PSU Length:200mm
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Top Customer Reviews
The only gripe I have is the included PCIe Riser cable for vertical mounting of the GPU is junk. They (Thermaltake) will send you a replacement, but the replacement didn't work with my new EVGA GTX 1080, kept having boot issues. Luckily I found this cable on Amazon, and it solved all of my issues. EZDIY PCI Express 16x Flexible Cable Card Extension Port Adapter High Speed Riser Card-25cm
With that installed, everything works perfectly. Get this case!
This case is intended for ATX board however, you can still fit Extended ATX (mine is a server board). Only thing is, you need to do some drilling for you to be able to secure the board using brass spacer. Also, be prepare to visit home depot for some screw, spacers, small things you need to start building your own customized, overkill system. As what they've said, if it's worth doing, it's worth overdoing.
Wall mounting is really great, it saves space and also serve as a great wall decoration. Of course, you need to buy wall mounting bracket.
The clear acrylic plastic is also helpful specially if you need to secure something by drilling hole on it and secure with screws or bolts and nuts.
Basically you can do whatever you want.. however you want.. Regardless how you plan to build it (LCS or regular air cooled system), it will always be a jaw dropping amazement. oh yeah, it's a really good conversation starter as well ;)
Enjoy and have fun building your super computer
The GPU extension works perfectly fine for me. (I believe I got the new updated black one)
Love the case. I plan to mount it when I move.
I put two of these together. One for me and one for my wife. She's got the thermaltake soft tube kit and it's quite easy to put together.
I wouldn't recommend planning on doing the GPU mount sideways though. While it's possible, if you plan on using multiple cards, it because a non starter. Also, I found that the radiator runs into the video card if it's very long in that setup.
With my wife's build, i have the raditor mounted to the front section and blowing through the back. This kept the heat away from the board but didnt' generate a lot of air flow for the motherboard. With my build I mounted it sideways so that it blows out the front to get the heat away from the components. As I don't sit right in front of it, this seemed to work well for keeping temps low. It also allowed me to connect the resevor to the back of the radiator as the holes didn't line up well for a stock setup.
While lookong cool, the open case design also allows for easier access to your motherboard's rear I/O panel. There is nothing for an I/O shield to clip to though. Cable management was fairly easy, with holes to put most if not all cables in the back panel. I did struggle to get the 24 pin motherboard connector through the hole around some of the crossbars in the back panel, but it was not too bad. I would reccomend a modular power supply for easier installation and less clutter.
All of the drive bays are along the top (when vertical) hidden in the back panel. Due to this design, obviously, things like optical drives, fan controllers, or card readers that use drive bays will not fit in this case.
I see many people complain about the pci-e extender, but I had no issues. I was very careful while installing it and it works perfectly, though maybe I just got lucky. The extender is not required, the rear slots can be installed in the standard orientation just as well. I would have liked to see 2 extenders included (it has the mounting hardware for 2) but it was clear that it only came with 1 so i guess it's fine.
This case is optimized for custom water cooling. AIO water coolers may not have the hose length required to mount the radiator on the right side as intended. I know for certian that the Thermaltake Water 3.0 AIO does not reach.
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