The concept might come across and something strange. If a hardware manufacturer creates a product with a video game tie-in, then the product might only appeal to those that enjoy playing that particular video game and others need not apply. There also enters an issue about which direction the money is going – is the game distributor paying for the tie-in to compensate for the restricted appeal, or is the hardware manufacturer paying for the privilege to show trademarked images on their products to introduce that product to a new market? The details between Thermaltake and Wargaming Public Company Ltd have not been disclosed, but the Urban S71 case from Thermaltake is being relaunched as a World of Tanks edition. Another question comes to...

Thermaltake Goes Small: Core V1 mini-ITX Chassis Launched

When meeting with one of Thermaltake’s main press relations people at Computex, he was keen to show off what he described as ‘his baby’. We reported on the Core...

19 by Ian Cutress on 8/4/2014

Thermaltake Goes Big: Water 3.0 Ultimate CLC Launched, 3x120mm

Truth be told, I am a fan of closed-loop liquid cooling systems. While they might be more expensive than air coolers of similar performance, they tend to be quieter...

7 by Ian Cutress on 8/4/2014

Computex 2014: Thermaltake Core V1, a Windowed mini-ITX for $50

Speeding by the Thermaltake booth at Computex and our contact showed us the new Core V1, an exciting mini-ITX case where the top, sides and bottom of the case...

12 by Ian Cutress on 6/6/2014

Thermaltake Water 3.0 Closed Loop Cooler Roundup

Closed loop coolers are only growing in popularity in the industry, and this month we have all three models of Thermaltake's latest revision in for testing.

18 by Dustin Sklavos on 5/31/2013

Capsule Review: Thermaltake Level 10 M Gaming Mouse

Input peripherals can be an interesting subject to tackle in these tiny bite size reviews. It's difficult to quantify strict performance, an issue ameliorated somewhat by the fact that...

32 by Dustin Sklavos on 12/21/2012

120mm Radiator Fan Roundup Part 2: Fan Harder

It's funny, when I did the first 120mm radiator fan roundup two months ago, I wasn't expecting quite the response it got. It was an interesting exercise that seemed...

80 by Dustin Sklavos on 10/22/2012

Thermaltake Armor A30 Case Review: Opening the Puzzle Box

It's pretty clear on our side of the fence that smaller enclosures and leaner builds are increasingly becoming the way to go for most users these days, with even...

26 by Dustin Sklavos on 9/24/2012

350-450W Roundup: 11 Cheap PSUs

Today we're looking at some inexpensive ATX power supplies with a low output power. In most cases there is no need for a 1KW power supply when 350W to...

65 by Martin Kaffei on 7/3/2012

Capsule Review: Thermaltake Meka Keyboards and Black Element Mouse

Mechanical keyboards have become increasingly sought after over the past couple of years, with more and more manufacturers jumping on the bandwagon, oftentimes producing gamer-oriented hardware that features mechanical...

37 by Dustin Sklavos on 6/28/2012

Cooler Master and Thermaltake Continue to Expand

Even though Cooler Master and Thermaltake are two very different companies and very different brands, they compete in similar markets and much like Corsair and my waistline, they're expanding...

5 by Dustin Sklavos on 1/12/2012

Thermaltake Level 10 GT: Monument to Excess

This promised to be a good month for big stonking enthusiast-class cases, and we're delivering on the second half of our one-two punch with Thermaltake's monstrous Level 10 GT...

46 by Dustin Sklavos on 7/26/2011

CES 2011: Visiting with Vendors

CES 2011 has kicked off in a major way and the talk on a lot of vendors lips is Sandy Bridge: what it means, what it brings to the...

20 by Dustin Sklavos on 1/7/2011

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