Thermaltake The Tower 300: A Showcase Mini-Tower with Unique Design

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Thermaltake's "The Tower 300" is a distinctive mini-tower PC case designed to showcase your hardware components. Featuring an octagonal column body that can be laid down horizontally, this MicroATX-compatible case offers a unique blend of aesthetics and functionality. Available in seven color options, including Hydrangea Blue, Bumblebee, Matcha Green, Racing Green, Turquoise, Black, and White, "The Tower 300" presents a visually appealing choice for PC enthusiasts.

The Tower 300 is the latest addition to Thermaltake's "The Tower" series, renowned for its bold display of internal components. Its octagonal prism-shaped body stands out, and you have the option to position it horizontally when combined with a stand. Additionally, you can enhance its appearance with the optional "3.9" LCD Screen Kit for dress-up," which can be attached to the front bottom. When it comes to cooling, The Tower 300 doesn't disappoint. It comes equipped with two 140mm diameter "CT140" cooling fans on the top, running at 1,500rpm with a noise level of 30.5dBA. Furthermore, you can install three 120mm/140mm fans on the right side, two 120mm/140mm fans on the rear, and one 120mm/140mm fan on the PSU cover. If you prefer water cooling, the case can accommodate a radiator of up to 420mm in size on the right side.

The Tower 300 offers versatile storage options with three 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive bays and four expansion slots. It can support graphics cards with a length of up to 400mm (without the PSU cover), CPU coolers with a total height of 210mm, and a maximum PSU depth of 220mm.


This mini-tower case is compatible with MicroATX and Mini-ITX form factors, featuring external dimensions of 342mm in width, 281mm in depth, and 551mm in height, with a weight of 8.3kg. The front I/O panel includes USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C x 1, USB 3.0 x 2, and an audio jack.

For more information, you can visit the official Thermaltake "The Tower 300" product page: The Tower 300 - Thermaltake

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