The enormous and flexible W100 Super Tower Chassis, some assembly required
Subject: Cases and Cooling | April 25, 2016 - 03:34 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: thermaltake, W100 Super Tower Chassis
The new Thermaltake W100 Super Tower Chassis is not for the casual user. Not only does it ship in a flatpack, which means you need to assemble the entire case yourself but it is also very large; that is a full ATX P6X58-E WS motherboard in that picture! Once fully assembled the case measures an impressive 677x310x678mm (26.7x12.2x26.7") and can support up to nineteen 120/140mm fans or radiators of up to 600mm in size. There are only a measly ten 2.5/3.5" internal bays and three external 5.25" bays, almost enough to satisfy Allyn's minimum storage requirements. The locations you choose for these drive bays is flexible, thanks to the need to assemble the case you can place the internal bays in the configuration you prefer. It will take a lot of work to get a system going in this case but your choices are almost without limit thanks to the sheer size of the case. Check out [H]ard|OCP's full review right here.
"The W100 Super Tower Chassis is not small and it is not cheap. It even comes fully unassembled. It does however look to fit the needs of the most hardcore water cooling enthusiasts however. The W100 is likely the most versatile case we have ever reviewed in terms of fan and radiator compatibility."
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