CES 2017: Thermaltake Reveals Wall Mounted Core P1 TG and Black Coolant

Thermaltake is giving you the chance to show off your PC like a work of art. 

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Have a PC rig you're proud of? Thermaltake may have something that will allow you to turn it into a work of art. 

Revealed at CES 2017, the Thermaltake Core P1 TG is a wall-mountable case that could be the mode by which you display your PC like a piece of modern art. PC Gamer reports the case has an open-air design, tempered glass paneling, supports mini-ITX motherboards, can support up to four drives with modular capability, and can either be mounted on the wall or stand upright in a vertical or horizontal position. 

Alongside the case, Thermaltake is also launching a pure black coolant liquid to go with their current blue, purple, white, red, orange, and green. The coolant arrives ready-to-use with a shelf life of three years in airtight containers and can withstand temperatures from boiling to freezing point. 

No information regarding how much either the case or the coolant will cost is available right now. Stay tuned for updates. 


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    January 17, 2017 2:08 PM

    -Shack Staff posted a new article, CES 2017: Thermaltake Reveals Wall Mounted Core P1 TG and Black Coolant

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      January 17, 2017 2:29 PM

      I think my P5 is pretty awesome, and probably would have gone for this if it had been available.

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      January 17, 2017 6:02 PM

      I miss Aardvark...

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      January 17, 2017 7:53 PM

      The cylinder partially full of black looks cool, but the rest of the tubes kinda look like theyre just black tubes...

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        January 18, 2017 8:28 AM

        In my experience, liquid dyes are never fun to deal with in your loop. Oh it might look nice, for six months or so, but when you need to drain and clean your system I've seen way too many dyes stick around, gumming up not only the hoses but the heat sink fins and other fittings. A much better idea is to just get colored hoses or pipes, it looks the same mostly and is a lot safer.

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