Thermaltake announces the DistroCase 350P Midi-Tower
With the DistroCase 350P Thermaltake presents a very special case at the Thermaltake Expo. Unlike “normal” cases, it is not made of steel or aluminium, but of SPCC and PMMA, i.e. plastic. The case is also a reservoir and distro plate for custom water cooling.
The Midi-Tower accommodates ATX mainboards. Of course it doesn’t make much sense to use air cooling here, so CPU coolers can be only 130 millimeters high. More space is available for the graphics card: 320 millimeters.
A 280 or 360 millimetre radiator can be mounted on the front of the housing. To the right of the mainboard there is room for another one with up to 360 millimeters. Since the case functions as a distro plate and has several inputs and outputs, it is comparatively easy to set up the water cooling circuit. A D5 pump is also already integrated, so that one only has to take care of the components and tubing.
The housing is impressively illuminated by 48 ARGB LEDs. The RGB lighting can be controlled via a 5V RGB header of a compatible motherboard from Asus, Gigabyte, MSI or ASRock. New is the NeonMaker lighting software, which should offer more setting options.
The I/O panel is located directly on the mainboard and includes two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports and one USB type C port.
The Thermaltake DistroCase 350P is scheduled for release in the second quarter of 2020, $599.99 is the targeted RRP.