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Thermaltake The Tower 500 ATX Mid Tower Computer Case w/ Tempered Glass (Black) EXPIRED

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Newegg has Thermaltake The Tower 500 ATX Mid Tower Computer Case w/ Tempered Glass (Black; CA-1X1-00M1WN-00) on sale for $159.99 - Extra $50 Off w/ promo code BFFDAY39 (apply in cart) = $109.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Offer/promo code savings valid through November 30, 2022 or while promotional price/supplies last
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Price is dropping to $159.99 starting tomorrow combined with coupon code: BFFDAY39 for $50 off, and it should net out to $109.99. Seems like a unique case for someone who's looking for something bigger.

Promo source: https://www.newegg.com/promotions...plies.html


SPCC / Tempered Glass ATX Mid Tower
4 x USB 3.0 / 1 x USB 3.2 (Gen 2) Type-C / Audio Front Ports
4 x 3.5", 8 x 2.5" or 8 x 3.5" Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

Cooling SystemFan OptionsTop: 2 x 140mm / 2 x 120mm fan

Right Side: 3 x 120mm fan

Rear: 2 x 140mm / 2 x 120mm fan (2 x 120mm Standard fans included)

Power Cover: 2 x 140mm / 2 x 120mm fan

Bottom: 2 x 120mm fan
Radiator OptionsTop: 280mm / 240mm / 140mm / 120mm

Right Side: 360mm / 240mm / 120mm

Bottom: 240mm / 120mm
Dimensions & WeightMax GPU Length325 mm (With power cover)
355 mm (Without power cover)
Max CPU Cooler Height275 mm
Max PSU Length200 mm
Dimensions (H x W x D)23.90" x 15.30" x 15.30"
Weight32.60 lbs.
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Just a heads up for those who aren't aware, the "mid-tower" label is extremely misleading. This case is MASSIVE. It's larger than most full-towers. Make sure you have the room for it. It's extremely wide and will take up a huge amount of desk space. It's a pretty nice case if you plan on doing a crazy complicated dual open-loop build on a huge desk, but if you are just planning on doing a basic air-cooled or AIO build, there are better options.
That said, this is one of only a few Thermaltake products that I think are cool. A majority of their product lines are just knockoffs of better products. They're commonly called "Thermalfake" for a reason. They actually did some of their own design/engineering on this case, so hopefully they start to do more of this. Gamers Nexus did tear them a new one for their ridiculous and extremely misleading marketing on this case line, but at least they're trying something new.
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Deal/price is now live.
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11-21-2022 at 06:45 AM.
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If only the snow version would go on sale...

Great deal on a case that never drops below $140!
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11-21-2022 at 08:22 AM.
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Interesting design.
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Boy howdy does this thing hold some drives, would make a fun server case. Unfortunately, it doesn't fit in my server cabinet.
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Just a heads up for those who aren't aware, the "mid-tower" label is extremely misleading. This case is MASSIVE. It's larger than most full-towers. Make sure you have the room for it. It's extremely wide and will take up a huge amount of desk space. It's a pretty nice case if you plan on doing a crazy complicated dual open-loop build on a huge desk, but if you are just planning on doing a basic air-cooled or AIO build, there are better options.
That said, this is one of only a few Thermaltake products that I think are cool. A majority of their product lines are just knockoffs of better products. They're commonly called "Thermalfake" for a reason. They actually did some of their own design/engineering on this case, so hopefully they start to do more of this. Gamers Nexus did tear them a new one for their ridiculous and extremely misleading marketing on this case line, but at least they're trying something new.
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Finally a case where my 4090 can catch on fire with ease.
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I have the mini itx version of this case. I like it. Though in the mini itx version, there's some boards that have problems with card and heatsink placement, I would imagine they would not exist in this larger ATX version.
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11-21-2022 at 03:15 PM.
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32 lbs? Big boy
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Quote from JollyJoke313 :
If only the snow version would go on sale...

Great deal on a case that never drops below $140!
Both the Snow and Gold versions are offered at $105 w/o coupon code ATM. Green even cheaper..
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Quote from TrevorK :
Both the Snow and Gold versions are offered at $105 w/o coupon code ATM. Green even cheaper..
Those are the 100 versions, not the 500s. The Gold is either not available or instock for the 500, while the snow version is $180.

https://www.newegg.com/white-ther...6811133475
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I wound up pulling the trigger. What I really like is the top USB connectors (and the amount of them). The variety of AIO options is great too, and I really like the shape. I won't put this on my desk (too big and heavy), but under the desk it fits perfectly.
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Quote from nilkilla :
Those are the 100 versions, not the 500s. The Gold is either not available or instock for the 500, while the snow version is $180.

https://www.newegg.com/white-ther...6811133475
Ah, got it.
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11-21-2022 at 09:34 PM.
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In for one since it looks pretty good (in terms of hd bays) and seems the lowest price.
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