Conclusion and Verdict
In conclusion, The Core P3 is a modders paradise. You have plenty of options when it comes to where you want to put your hardware. Keep in mind that will all these options comes a lot of work and effort when building. Right out of the box you can see the amount of effort needed just to get this chassis to resemble a computer. Thermaltake has a lot of unique add-ons just like the big brother P5. As you can see in the pic below just some of the possibilities.
I spent a couple of hours tooling around with this particular case which is really more time I would personally like to spend putting anything together. I change hardware very often.
If you are looking for a case that will stand the test of time for style and plan on keeping the case around for year to come, this case has lasting looks. The concept of the P3 is a hybrid of a test bench/mid tower. Thermaltake combined the best of both worlds into one case.
- Modding Options
- Unique Style
- High quality
- Resonable Price
- A lot of effort putting together
The Core P3 has a lot to offer if you are looking for a chassis that has a plethora of modding options. Quite honestly if you want to break out a drill you can let the creative juices flow and make your own mounting points. The amount of after market accessories you can buy that are engineered specifically for the P3 are, by far; above and beyond my expectations!
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