|Item model number||CA-1E7-00M1WN-05|
|Item Weight||39.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23.9 x 13.1 x 22.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||23.9 x 13.1 x 22.4 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Date First Available||July 25, 2019|
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Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass V2 Black Edition Open Frame Vertical GPU Modular ATX Computer Case CA-1E7-00M1WN-05
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|Cooling Method||Water, Air|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||23.9 x 13.1 x 22.4 inches|
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- [Panoramic open frame] - take advantage of full panoramic viewing to give an unrivaled chassis presentation
- [Clear view of PC gaming] - 5mm tempered glass Side window design
- [Go Vertical] - 2-way GPU placement allows vertical GPU mounting (TT gaming Riser Cable included)
- [3-Way Placement Layout] - supporting 3-Way placement layouts (wall-mount, vertical and Horizontal) angle your PC in multiple ways
- [2-Way motherboard placement] - take your build to new angles With vertical or Horizontal mounting
- [Fully modular design] - Provides multiple configurations and flexibility for custom PC enthusiasts
- [Drive Bays] - 3.5'' X 6 or 2.5'' X 6; I/O port: USB 3.0 *4, HD audio*1
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Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass V2 Black Edition Open Frame Vertical GPU Modular ATX Computer Case
Take presentation to the next level with the Core P5 Tempered Glass V2 Black Edition open frame chassis by Thermaltake. The new Core P5 TG V2 Black Edition comes with 5mm tempered glass panel plus stainless-steel panel secure mechanism, four USB 3.0 data transfer ports, a motherboard tray and fully modular design that 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 TG V2 Black’s panoramic viewing angle with its full tempered glass window to protect and present.
5mm Thick Tempered Glass Window with Stunning Viewing :
The Core P5 TG V2 Black Edition is a true open frame case with viewing capability of showing front and back full sides. The tempered glass panels feature 5mm thickness. The enlarged glass windows permit users to fully display every RGB component of the system, and show off their dedication and skill set.
TT Premium :
To continue achieving the corporate mission of delivering the perfect user experience, Thermaltake developed “TT Premium” with the essence of combining supreme quality products with a new logo design. TT Premium. Behind the name, it represents the passion in DIY, Modding and Thermaltake’s desire to be the most innovative brand in the PC hardware market. To satisfy the demand of the high-end PC users, TT Premium follows its core values of Excellent Quality, Unique Design, Diverse Combinations and Boundless Creativity to provide a high-performance PC product for every enthusiast.
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Take presentation to the next level with the Core P5 tempered Glass V2 black edition open frame chassis by Thermaltake. The new Core P5 TG V2 black edition comes with 5mm tempered glass panel plus stainless steel panel secure mechanism, four USB 3.0 data transfer ports, a motherboard tray and fully modular design that 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 TG V2 black edition panoramic viewing angle with its full tempered glass window to protect and present.
series: Core case Type: Mid Tower net weight: 16.3 kg Color: Black drive bays: i/O port: USB 3.0 x 4, HD Audio x 1
psu: standard PS2 PSU (optional)
fan support: cpu cooler height limitation: 180mm
vga length limitation: 280mm (with reservoir) 320mm (without reservoir)
psu length limitation: 200mm
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When paired with the right hardware, it looks absolutely fantastic though. Great cable routing options, excellent options to mount your hardware. Show off what you want, hide what you don't. I tucked all my hard drives (spinners, ssds, whatever) behind the motherboard. You don't even know they are there. The GPU is on display and looking fantastic. The case was largely intuitive to assemble.
However, there are a couple of nitpicks. First, that rear panel doesn't quite line up. Making a few of the screws hard to get into place. Also, the included PCI-E Riser cable is a bit short. If you are using a motherboard where you need to use the top most slot for the GPU, then expect a disturbingly tight fit. Also, while they included a cage to mount multiple video cards, you only get one riser. You have to buy the rest yourself, if you have more that needs mounted. Last, you are assembling this case. You get a ton of stamped parts, nicely packed, but you are going to spend the time doing it. In my case, that was a bit over 2 and half hours. Which is a very slow build for me.
In the end, worth it. Would buy again any day of the week.
I have read many complaints regarding the PCIe riser cable. For gaming I have not experienced any drop in performance. The first thing i tried was watching a 4k video on youtube (dont forget the youtube video settings) and i could not see any noticeable differences. In addition I bought an aftermarket PCIe riser cable and the performance is the same. The material of the PCIe riser included does feel a little on the cheaper side and does not bend as easily as the aftermarket version but it worked without issue.
The five star rating is for the completed product. I have plenty of room for expansion with a Standard-ATX MOBO and large GPU(R9 390). My original intentions were to use this case as a completely open case without the glass. All of my components (OC'd) now run at extremely low temperatures (air cooled) compared to my previous closed case and I have plenty of extra room for whatever addition I make in the future.
The only thing is that the mounting kit for the wall mount is NOT included with the case. That is actually not a big deal. I figured out that you can buy an inexpensive TV wall mount kit and it will work just fine. It's a solidly built case and with the tempered glass it's a bit heavier than you would think. I bought a medium TV mount kit (77lbs max weight) for about $30 and it works perfectly as long as you hit the wall studs.
There are places to mount SSDs or even spinning drives in the case. It may be a little tight if you want to use all three slots for this, especially if you are going to run a lot of RGB and power cabling. But if you get a motherboard with M.2 drives, then you should only need one or two at most and it should fit fine.
Great case and plenty of options for displaying your gear!
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This case is perfect, easy to put together, easy to mount everything, looks amazing. You have three options on how to have it, you can wall mount it, you can lay it flat with the 4 feet included, or with 2, you can stand it vertical (the option I went with)
It's easily big enough for a good set up with a custom loop. I have a Z87 Pro in it, it fits nicely, I have two GTX 970's in it mounted vertically, although I did need to buy a second PCIe raiser to do this, Overclockers UK sell black ones like the one Thermaltake includes with this case, but you also have the option to mount them horizontally like normal,. I have a 2 fan radiator, my PSU (largeish Corsair RM 1000w) , a 170 pump/res combo, full board of ram 32gb and 2 SSDs, all mounted on the front, with rigid PETG tubing, and everything fits like a dream. I did have to make custom holes to fit the pump/res, but my pump is by EK so not Thermaltakes fault. There's space on the back side of the panel to mount 4 HDDs, and I could mount another SSD on the front if I wanted.
So, it looks great, was relatively hassle free to build with, more than enough space for what I have, this easily get's full marks from me.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 23, 2017
Material quality is outstanding and very durable, but I'd definitely recommend getting the Tempered Glass model. The plastic scratches easily and you'll end up replacing it anyway (fortunately, it's a fairly cheap upgrade).
The pre-drilled/tapped holes didn't line up perfectly as they should. I can only render this as a manufacturing defect. I should have sent it back but I worked with what I have and despite the extra work, I'm really happy with the build.
Packaging/Instructions: Very well packaged and all pieces are wrapped up nice to prevent any damage. The pack comes with more screws and bolts than you could ever find a use for, but I would have expected a couple of extra risers with it. There are enough for a full size ATX though.
Instruction manual is very informative, should you need to reference anything.
Assembly: As mentioned earlier, some of the holes were a bit out of line in my case, but apart from that it's very easy to put together and start adding components.
Cable management inside the rear panel is exceptional. Plenty of space to for ties and hides.
Visual: The case looks stunning whether on a wall or the included feet. It's more of a display cabinet for you components than a case, and looks great with a few LED fans etc inside. A custom liquid cooling kit fits well with this, but not completely necessary.
I would definitely recommend this case as one of the best on the market. Quality is high and it'll last. Just get the Tempered Glass front end
Purchased a Core P5 from Amazon and Core P5 TG from elsewhere. They are essentially the same case, one with tempered glass panels and one with just a single acrylic sheet. If you are willing to take the time you can get a nice clean build and I would definitely recommend the tempered glass panels - they look so much nicer than the acrylic sheet. The downside of the glass is it is not clear but has a slight black tint to it. The cases can be easily wall mounted using regular TV wall brackets (make sure it's one that supports 40+kg) and save some valuable desk space - you can also choose to set it up as a bench case or a tower.
Cooling - If you spend some time doing hardline tubing for the water cooling it will look like a nice display piece. You can choose to air cool too - there is plenty of space for a tower HSF - however, the performance of these may be limited as there are no conventional front intake and rear exhaust fans. In the case of the TG version, the front and top panels are solid glass which will likely impede air flow even more and might cause pooling recycling of warm air.
Cable management - there is plenty of space behind the case for cable management so the build looks neat and tidy.
AIO coolers - you may require the brackets set (you will need to search around - I got some from Amazon.com, alternatively it appears you can 3D print them - data on Thermaltake's website) due to the limited length of the tubes.
Quality control - This is an area this case is lacking in. I would normally put it to a one-off/batch issue, however, to have issues with 2 different cases from the range suggests to me that the QC is seriously lacking especially given the cost of the case. The basic Core P5 has numerous scratches to the paintwork, some were deep and had even damaged the metal. The paintwork in areas wasn't even - some places it looked like there was an obvious overspill of black and no one bothered to correct it. The Core P5 TG - this also had scratches and damage to the corners of the GPU and PSU bracket. The glass mounting kit didn't even fit the rods - the holes on the glass blocks were too small. I tried to contact TT, but not heard anything in over 2 weeks - got fed up and took a Dremel to them - now they fit! The mounting kit also had other issues with the finish of the blocks - some scratches and dents - at some points even a yellow tinge - like they had been on/in a fire. Another thing to note for both the cases is the poor quality of the included riser cable - on one case I've now got stuttering and artefacts - there is a thread on TT forums with others also documenting these issues.
Bottom line - good case especially if you want to watercool and wall mount, but terrible QC and support from TT for the price. Works well as a 'cheap' benching case too
looks stunning, but you will need liquid cooling or a lot of components, looks empty and unfinished otherwise
it is a real eye catcher if you have the good looking parts to show off
high quality on the HDD housing that is sturdy but easy to remove and install, many vibration pads included
good cable management, you will need a high quality psu that has long cables to reach the top EPS 12V, or buy an extension for that
everything fits nicely, well designed, great engineering
the case becomes quite heavy with components installed, and will tilt towards the front when used in vertical mode. legs are sturdy and has no danger of falling, but just an aesthetic issue. A harder / heavier metal construction of the frame / legs would solve the issue. but the case is already rather heavy as it is.
I cannot confirm if the included pcie riser might be low quality. Some reviewers have complained about it (especially in amazon usa, see thermaltake pcie riser for this issue). It kind of works for me: i use the riser to connect my gtx 1070, the machine boots and my display is fine. However it is unstable at times when running pcie 3.0 mode, much more stable when i switched to pcie 2.0 in bios. most tests have shown that pcie 2.0 vs 3.0 has minimal impact on performance at the moment, so im fine with that