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Welcome to the Thermaltake Core P3 Owner's Club!


Official Websites:

Core P3 Black - http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Chassis/Mid_Tower_/Core/C_00002908/Core_P3/design.htm
Core P3 Snow - http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Chassis/Mid_Tower_/Core/C_00002914/Core_P3_Snow_Edition/design.htm


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Core P3 Black - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811133313&Tpk=N82E16811133313
Core P3 Snow - Coming Soon!


Take presentation to the next level with the Core P3 Open Frame chassis by Thermaltake. The fully modular design of the Core P3 allows flexibility for 3-way placement layouts (Wall mount, Horizontal and Vertical), dual GPU layout locations: Horizontal and Vertical and placement locations for Native AIO support and liquid cooling systems. Uncover greatness with the Core P3’s panoramic viewing angle with its large acrylic window to protect and present. Seeing is believing, the Core P3 brings the ultimate in PC hardware viewing wherever you mount or display.


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post #2 of 1129 (permalink) Old 07-08-2016, 07:27 AM
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Im waiting for the white version. biggrin.gif

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We should have shipments of snow in next week!

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Do we have more detailed measurements? How wide are the threads for the acrylic standoff? How hard would it be to get a 4 expansion slot platform? I'd like to get this thing under 10" thick. Also, did they ever make a glass replacement panel for the P5? Any chance we will see one here?
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Has it been released on EU yet? Can't wait to give my P5 a little brother tongue.gif
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Has it been released on EU yet? Can't wait to give my P5 a little brother tongue.gif

Found it on Scan.uk:
https://www.scan.co.uk/products/thermaltake-ca-1g4-00m1wn-00-core-p3-atx-case-black-acrylic-window-wall-mountable-hd-audio-2xusb-20-

Other e-tailers and such will have it soon if not already.

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Do we have more detailed measurements? How wide are the threads for the acrylic standoff? How hard would it be to get a 4 expansion slot platform? I'd like to get this thing under 10" thick. Also, did they ever make a glass replacement panel for the P5? Any chance we will see one here?

I dont have the exact info, but I will check.
You can always buy the case and find out tongue.gif

We have looked into glass panels, but there is some concerns with how the holes in each corner are close to the edge.

The feedback we have seen from glass panel where the glass is exploding in other case designs is a big concern of mine personally.
I play with cars a lot and had checked with my glass buddy a while back.
Just be careful if you get one and it is not safety glass.

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Any chance this can take an eATX board like the Rampage IV Black Edition? I know what the specs say, but was wondering if there was any wiggle room.


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time to build

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