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The Tower 100 Mini Chassis Are You READY? I said...ARE YOU READY? Please welcome the first ever vertical mini tower chassis for Thermaltake-The Tower 100 series The Tower 100 mini chassis https://www.thermaltake.com/the-tower-100-mini-chassis.html The Tower 100 Snow mini chassis https://www.thermaltake.com/the-tower-100-snow-mini-chassis.html Let's get a closer look for this gorgeous, pocket sized The Tower 100 mini chassis. -The tower 100 comes with USB 3.2 (GEN 2) Type-C*1 & USB 3.0 *2 -Easy to remove slide-out design side panels -Mini ITX form factor chassis BUT can support ATX power supply -Pocket sized chassis but support HIGH END GPU up to 330mm -Well design ventilation on the side for GPU. DON'T WORRY about the airflow for the GPU. -Pre-installed TWO 120mm standard fans for outstanding thermal performance (one on top and one at rear) - Support TWO 2.5" SSD at the side and TWO 2.5" SSD or 3.5" HDD at rear (without the rear fan) -Support 120mm AIO on top Now, let us know what y'all think about this cute little guy? Are you interesting to have one for you game room? well, personally, i have already built one for my room feel free to leave your comments, questions or advice about The Tower 100. we are more than welcome to answer all your questions about this awesome mini tower chassis.
Hey Everyone! Wanted to share a V1 mini build that i'm starting. This build was just supposed to be a basic build but has morphed into something that I have become extremely passionate about. And that is the artistic value achieved with modding PC with custom water cooling setups. My schtick is that I want to stay with either a mini itx or micro atx platform. ATX boxes are common. But the smaller platforms with custom water cooling you don't see often. So where to begin. Well, I feel in love with the V1 mini a while ago. Did some youtube research and found some very nice builds. So I pulled the trigger and got the black one. From that point, everything focused around that case... the build that is. So why k|ngp|n you asked?? Well, just because... LOL I want to make it fit and work and look gorgeous to the eyes. I know it will perform, but that is not the main point of my build. So on to the parts list: Core Parts- Core V1 mini Case 'black' 6700K i7 skylake 3200 Trident Z xmp 2.0 compliant EVGA 980 Ti k|ngp|n 750 EVGA PSU PNY SSD 250gb Modding Parts- XSPC Water block for i7. The new 'RED' edition BitsPower water block for k|ngp|n video card alpha cool radiator phobya reservoir MP35x Swiftech pump XSPC black chrome fittings off brand flow meter custom sleaving custom led with remote color scheme: black, black chrome, red, carbon fiber custom power switch assembly and a custom made piece that I'm not ready to show right now until i'm complete with the build. There is quite a bit more but I will be take pictures as much as I can though I starte modding the case a few weeks ago. But here are some pictures of the modified bitspower water block that I've done for this build. *Note - everything here has been done by hand with no machined parts. If I had access to cnc or laser etching things would be a lot crisper. But I think that will take away from the character this build will have. Thanks!!!