Thermaltake DistroCase 350P Mid-Tower Chassis Available Now

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Stunning Visuals with Spectacular Water Cooling

In what might be one of the biggest cash grabs in the custom PC world we have the Thermaltake DistroCase.  I have seen versions of this case at Computex and CES and while it is super impressive to see in the person AND I see the vision behind why it was created AND why it is being pushed into the market.  I'm not a fan.

Distribution plates are not a new thing in the watercooling world and their creation was to clean the custom show builds and make running tubes easier.  Anyone who has done a hardline build will know how difficult it is to create a compound curve only to have it slightly off forcing you to bend it again.  Well. the distro plate makes it so you won't have as many curves for visually cleaner build.

Personally, I'm not a fan because it can easily be damaged and you'll spend days cleaning it when things go sideway.  But, it still looks nice, has RGB and you know someone from reddit will buy it for the Karma.

Taipei, Taiwan-September 14th, 2020-Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is excited to announce that the DistroCaseTM 350P Mid-Tower Chassis has hit the shelves, and is now available on the TT Premium Online Shop and DE Alternate. The DistroCaseTM 350P Mid-Tower Chassis is an advanced, innovative, and multi-functional chassis with a truly eye-catching design that will grab a lot of attention. This fully modular chassis is designed with SPCC & PMMA made distro plate as the main body, which is a perfect fit for users who adore its beauty and enjoy the fun of water cooling. Users can also use the exclusive Thermaltake NeonMaker Light Editing Software to orchestrate a surreal underwater-like light show. This multi-functional PC enclosure is also incorporated with its water channels, reservoir, and multiple inlets and outlets, providing users, gamers, and enthusiasts an easier way to design their water loops.

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