Thermaltake is showcasing a slew of DIY products, including computer chassis and coolers, at the CES 2014.
New members have been added to the Urban series of mid-tower and full-tower enclosure, equipped with features such as quiet computing panels, fan controllers, USB 3.0 ports, to fully modular drive bays that make the casings more functional as a complete LCS and Advance Cable Management solution. The Core series share similar properties to the Urban series, except that the chassis come with perforated metal meshed panels. The Commander G series will also be exhibited.
The NiC air cooling series comes with a tool-free design for fan removal and installation, and is fully compatible with all kinds of RAM, allowing users to fill up their RAM slots with high-end overclocked RAM. For an AIO liquid cooling system, a general entry-level variant with upgraded capabilities will be presented. The new Luna Fan series features long life sleeve bearings, enhanced airflow, and LED effects.
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