Why just build a system when you can frame it? Thermaltake's Core P3 wall mount enclosure

Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 12, 2016 - 03:35 PM |
Tagged: wall mount, thermaltake, Core P3

We spotted the Thermaltake Core P3 wall mounted enclosure at CES but never had a chance to set up a system inside of it.  Recently [H]ard|OCP did have an opportunity to test out this enclosure which can either stand on its own or be easily attached to a wall.  They walk you through the assembly of the case, the variety of accessories which ship with the case and the various configuration options the Core P3 offers.  Not only does this case make your system look very unique, it passed their cooling tests with flying colours.  It retails for ~$120, not bad at all for a decent case, let alone such a unique looking one.  Check out their full review right here.

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"The Thermaltake Core P3 chassis can be mounted standing, in a desktop orientation, or directly to the wall. The open design allows you to see all the components in your system easily and the wall-mount option allows you to place your system in view like a work of art. All of these options come in at an easy-on-the-wallet price as well."

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Source: [H]ard|OCP

Thermaltake New Core P3 ATX Wall Mount Panoramic Viewing

Subject: Cases and Cooling, Shows and Expos | June 1, 2016 - 03:30 PM |
Tagged: wall mount, thermaltake, computex 2016, Core P3

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Custom made wall and table mounted PCs are gaining in popularity and considering the effort that has gone into making them works of art explains why.  Thermaltake is going to make it easier for those of us lacking the time, motivation or creativity to make our own exposed PCs with the new Core P3 chassis which supports boards of up to ATX in size and can be set up on a wall mount or horizontally inside a table or other container.  Your GPU positioning is also adjustable, it can be mounted traditionally or horizontally with the PCI-E x16 3.0 riser cable, depending on which way you swing. 

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They have embraced the current Maker Movement by providing blueprints of their liquid cooling system so that you can print your own, assuming you have access to a 3D printer of course.  You also have quite a lot of space for your radiator, the Core P3 supports up to a 420mm radiator if you go custom or up to a 360mm AiO type watercooler.  If you prefer to air cool, fans of up to 140mm are compatible and there are plans available for you to print our your own grills. 

Check out the full PR below for more information.

Source: Thermaltake

Thermaltake Releases Core P5 Wall-Mountable Case

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 5, 2015 - 09:01 AM |
Tagged: wall mount, thermaltake

Personally, I would like to see at least an option for plexiglass on the perimeter. I feel like some might want a bit of protection from things like sneezes, or rogue squirt-gun blasts. The “case” is basically a plate with a clear acrylic pane in front of it. It can stand upright, be rotated horizontally, or even screwed into a wall if you want to show off a custom liquid coolant loops or something.

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Interestingly, Thermaltake is providing “3D Printing Accessory Files”. I somehow doubt that this will be the CAD files required to lasercut your own Core P5 case, but it's designed to allow makers to create their own accessories for it. As such, this sounds more like guides and schematics, but I cannot say for sure because I haven't tried it... and they're not available yet.

The Thermaltake Core P5 will be available soon for an MSRP of $169.99, although it's already at a sale price of $149.99. This could be just a pre-order discount, or a sign of its typical price point. We don't know.

Source: Thermaltake

Lian Li Has Created a Case You Can Mount on the Wall: The PC-05S

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 22, 2014 - 08:16 PM |
Tagged: wall mount, Steam Machine, PC-05S, mini-itx, Lian Li, enclosure, cases, aluminum case

Techspot posted a review of the unreleased Lian Li PC-05S case over the weekend, and as you can see it’s a lot more interesting than the generic name might suggest.

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The case features aluminum construction (of course - it’s a Lian Li!) and a tempered glass side to showcase the build. And what better way to show off a build than hanging it on the wall like a picture? Well, the reviewer didn’t show this but the case is described as a “wall mountable open-air chassis” by Lian Li on their site. Overall, Techspot liked the PC-05S and called it “a beautiful case that is well-designed inside and out”.

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Looks great on a desk!

At just over 14 lbs (without components) this will require some planning to mount on a wall. The dimensions (WHD) are 15.1” x 18.3” x 5.8”, and it has a similar layout to Steam Machine cases like the SilverStone RV01 which we reviewed back in January. Like the RV01, the PC-05S requires a mini-ITX motherboard and orients the GPU at a 90° angle (via an included ribbon adapter) to fit in such a slim enclosure. The PC-05S also requires an SFX power supply (such as the SilverStone SX600-G we reviewed recently) and supports 240mm radiators.

Many more photos and full specs are available on the main product page, and the Lian Li PC-05S is slated for a February 2015 release. The cost? $319.

Source: Techspot