Thermaltake Launches The DIVIDER 300TG ATX Case

Source: ThermalTake Thermaltake Launches The DIVIDER 300TG ATX Case

ThermalTake Launches A New Series Of Cases For CES

2021 brings new choices for you to ponder when picking up an enclosure and Thermaltake is one of the first past the post with the release of the Divider series.  They earned the moniker thanks to the unique look of their side panel, which is half metal and half tempered glass, with a built in vent on the side to help with air exchange in the case.  It looks like each member comes in four different styles, you can chose between a white or black finish and if you would like aRGB or not.  The four models are the Divider 500TG, 300TG, 200TG, 100TG models which range in size from M-ATX to ATX, each with similar looks overall.

Thermaltake Launches The DIVIDER 300TG ATX Case - Cases and Cooling 2

Currently only the 300TG will be available, the full sized ATX box which can handle a GPU of up to 360mm in length even after you swap out the three 120mm ARGB PWM fans in the front with radiator.  If that isn’t enough space for your GPU or you want even more cooling, there is space on the back side to mount another 240mm radiator.  The top of the case can accommodate another 120mm fan or radiator, and there is a 120mm fan on the back as well.

The top panel features a USB 3.2 Type-C port, a pair of 3.0 Type-A’s and separate input and output for audio.  If you chose the aRGB model, your fans will be compatible with ASUS Aura, ASROCK Polychrome, BIOSTAR RGB, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion 2.0, and MSI Mystic Light lighting controllers to ensure you have a sparkling light show in your case.

As for pricing, the DIVIDER 300TG ARGB will be $ 109.99, the Snow version $114.99, while the non-RGB models will be $79.99 and $84.99 respectively.

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1 Comment

  1. Lobstershaver

    Glass front intake and only half a side window. I don’t see this doing well.


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