Thermaltake Introduces New Chassis and Power Supplies to CES 2023 Attendees

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At CES 2023, Thermaltake unveiled newly designed PC chassis and power supplies, with the PC cases introducing new designs for maximum cooling coverage in a format rarely seen in the PC community. It repositions the motherboard to receive the maximum amount of cooling available.

“Central Thermal Efficiency,” a new CTE case series from Thermaltake, was introduced. The new design series’ concept focuses on providing the best thermal performance to the components that require the most cooling — the processor and graphics card. The new CTE series motherboard rotates ninety degrees to relocate the processor and graphics card to sections of the case housing the radiator fans. The processor is relocated closer to the front panel and its fans, while the GPU is relocated to the top while still receiving fans from the top and higher fans from the front. Heat can be dissipated more efficiently through the top of the case this way.

Thermaltake simultaneously releases fans for use in the new CTE series cases, with users able to select between black and white colorways with or without RGB lighting. This series consists of six cases, including:

  • CTE C750 AIR
  • CTE C700 AIR
  • CTE T500 AIR
  • CTE C750 TG
  • CTE C700 TG
  • CTE T500 TG


Thermaltake also unveiled the Ceres 500 TG ARGB Mid Tower PC case, which emphasises superior cooling performance in a mid-tower chassis. The Thermaltake CT140 ARGB Sync case includes four cooling fans from the company, and more than sixty percent of the panels have been perforated to improve airflow throughout the case. The Ceres 500 TG ARGB Mid Tower case can accommodate up to two 420mm radiators in the front section or two 360mm radiators in the top and front sections. The price is $169.99 and it comes in black or white.

The final chassis revealed by Thermaltake at CES 2023 is their new “open-frame” Core P3 TG Pro case. The Core P3 TG Pro improves on the previous Core P3 TG PC chassis. Nonetheless, it includes an additional fan bracket, a new base design, updated input and output ports, and a motherboard layout redesign to provide users with additional configurations for more recent hardware. This case costs $159.99 and is available in black and white.

Thermaltake introduced the new Toughpower GF3 series of power supplies, which support ATX 3.0 specs and have PCIe 5.0 connections for next-generation graphics cards. The 12VHPWR connector is labelled for consumers and shows the maximum wattage that the PSU can accept based on Intel design guidelines.

Please keep in mind that the recommended wattage is an estimate of the system power demand. Actual power requirements may vary depending on specific components, usage, and a variety of other factors.

Thermaltake —

On the 1200W Toughpower GF3, the recommended peak for PCIe Gen 5 compatible graphics cards is 600W. The new Toughpower GF3 1200W Gold – TT Premium Edition costs $229.99. Other wattage options include 750 ($139.99), 850 ($159.99), 1000 ($199.99), 1350 ($259.99), and 1650 ($349.99).

Sources: Thermaltake, wccftech


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