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Thermaltake The Tower 300 Chassis Review

Today, we’ll be taking a look at the Thermaltake Tower 300 Chassis Turquoise Edition. It’s a micro-ATX case with a classic vertical design and comes in an octagonal prism shape, allowing the chassis to have a smaller footprint so you can maximize your workspace.

The Tower 300 features three tempered glass panels on the front and two perforated panels on each side. And all of them are easily removable without any tools. And if you get the optional case stand, you can place the case horizontally for a very unique look.

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The Tower 300 can support up to a 420mm AIO radiator on the right side, and can accommodate up to eight 120mm or 140mm fans.

The chassis includes 2 x pre-installed CT140 cooling fans on the top to provide extra cooling. You can install any micro or mini-ITX motherboard and it can support GPUs upto 400mm in length.

You can also get the optional 3.9” LCD Display which allows you to monitor your PC’s health using the TT RGB Plus 2.0 software.

 

I’m sure many of you already know who Thermaltake is, but for those don’t here’s some info on the company. I would like to thank Thermaltake Premium for providing the review sample. This is what Thermaltake Premium has to say about themselves on their website:

TT Premium.com, the most comprehensive liquid-cooling and modding online shopping experience. The platform is designed to provide exceptional high-end products and services to customers worldwide. Thermaltake TT Premium includes several case modding products that support VR (Virtual Reality) gaming systems. Thermaltake TT Premium is the best high-end liquid cooling and case modding solutions shopping platform that provides client-tailored services and secure processing, to meet all user expectations. All products follow Thermaltake’s core values of Excellent Quality, Unique Design, Diverse Combinations, and Boundless Creativity. Thermaltake TT Premium has expanded its footprint to over 100 countries and territories by creating a seamless network connecting 5 major markets; the United States, Europe, Australia, Taiwan, and China (will be online in April) of seamless networking.

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Thermaltake The Tower 300 Chassis comes in 8 flavours. The standard black version and there’s the Bubble Pink, Bumblebee, Hydrangea Blue, Matcha Green, Racing Green , Snow and Turquoise. We’ll be reviewing the Turquoise edition because this is the chassis we’ll be using for our second PC project build (2024).

The chassis is a micro tower size and only fits a Mini-ITX or Micro-ATX motherboards. It comes with 2 pre-installed CT140 black cooling fans, which are located on the top of the chassis. Each fan is 140mm in size with a fan speed of 1500rpm, and a noise level of 30.5 dBA.

Front I/O ports include 1 x USB 3.2 Gen2 (Type-C), 2 x USB 3.0, Mic-in, Line-out, power-on button and a reset switch.

For our system build, we’ll be installing an ASRock Z790 Steel Legend WiFi motherboard, an Intel Core i9-14900K, Thermaltake ToughPower PF1 1000W PSU, Thermaltake TH360 V2 Ultra AIO cooler, 2 x 16GB Thermaltake XG DDR5-7200 ram, Lexar NM790 2TB PCIE Gen4 SSD, and an ASRock Steel Legend Radeon RX 7900 GRE (White Edition).

OK, now let’s not waste any more time and let the system build begin! … but before we do that, we’ll start by taking a look at the features and specifications of the chassis in our page.

You can buy the Thermaltake The Tower 300 Chassis for around USD $149.99 from Amazon – https://amzn.to/49Q9rco

 

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