An exclusive event coverage of Thermaltake showcasing their Core P3 & P5, Liquid Cooling, Tt Sports accessories and Modded PCs at Computex 2016, direct from the TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall, Taipei. We take a look at the Thermaltake booth at this year’s Computex. Let’s see what they’ve got in store for us in 2016!’
Thermaltake Technology Co., Ltd is a manufacturer of PC cases designs, power supplies and cooling solutions. Its main headquarters is located in Taipei, Taiwan.
Thermaltake’s Custom Mod Prototype was being showcased at this year’s Computex 2016. It’s a concept based on a mod created by Matthew Lambert, a renowned modder.
Being big on cases, the Thermaltake booth showcased some of the more striking mods on display at Computex 2016. Shannon guides us through some of the many modded PCs being showcased at the Thermaltake booth.
The modified Core W Super Tower Table Mod was an eye-catcher. It’s basically 2 x Thermaltake Core W Super Tower chassis put together with a glass table top. Looks absolutely amazing!!
With RGB being a running trend with all vendors related to modding, it was only fitting that Thermaltake showed its own RGB wares as well including RGB keyboards and their Riing 12 Radiator fans.
Having first used water-cooling around 20 years ago and having to experiment in adding paints and dyes to the water to give it more color, the Thermaltake C1000 colored coolants on display brought back many memories:
With Thermaltake’s own eSports team present at their booth at Computex 2016, it was a great opportunity for them to showcase their latest and greatest gaming accessories including headsets, mice and keyboards:
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