Thermaltake introduced a compact but roomy computer case the Tower
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Thermaltake introduced a compact but roomy computer case: the Tower 200 Mini

Thermaltake has introduced the Tower 200 Mini computer case. The novelty aims to build a compact gaming system based on Mini-ITX motherboards. At the same time, the case offers space for a huge GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card and a liquid cooling system with a 280mm radiator.

    Image source: Thermaltake

Image source: Thermaltake

The case dimensions of the Thermaltake The Tower 200 Mini are 537 × 300 × 280 mm. The front panel of the novelty is made of tempered glass. There are ventilation holes in the metal side and rear panels. Also, a notable feature of the Tower 200 Mini is the ability to equip it with a 3.9-inch LCD display that displays various information about the system. The company offers to purchase the display separately.

Two 140mm CT140 fans are pre-installed in the case (one on the top, one on the back). In total, you can install up to six fans with the Tower 200 Mini: one 120mm or 140mm fan on top, two 120mm or 140mm fans on the right wall, two 120mm or 140mm -mm fan on the rear panel and also a 120mm or 140mm fan on top of the case that separates the PSU from other components. Instead of a pair of fans, a 240 or 280 mm SZhO radiator can be attached to the right wall. From above you can install a radiator of 120 or 140 mm.

The novelty also supports the use of CPU coolers up to 200 mm in height, graphics cards up to 380 mm in length and power supply units up to 220 mm in length. Two USB 3.0, one USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C, and a pair of 3.5mm audio-out ports appear on the front panel of the chassis ports.


The Tower 200 Mini is designed to accommodate two 2.5″ SSDs and has a combo drive slot for two 2.5″ or two 3.5″ drives.

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