Thermaltake Announces AH T200 Micro Case in Turquoise and Racing Green

Thermaltake has recently announced two more variants of the AH T200 Micro Case: Racing Green and Turquoise. This series has a vast color palette from pink, white, and black, and now the recently added Turquoise and Racing Green edition. The case supports motherboards up to micro-ATX. The entire model is built with a strong air-force traditional architecture, two 4 mm tempered glass windows on two sides, three 3 mm tempered glass windows on the front-top panel, and firm side vents on both endpoints.

Because of its dismantlable modular design, users can easily create their own style and mod as they see appropriate.


The helicopter-inspired shape of the AH T200 is different from other traditional micro-ATX cases and has excellent expandability. This case is eye-catching not only because of its unique shape, but also because of the multi-colored options. If you want a fun, unique, and unconventionally designed micro case, the AH T200 Micro Case is for you.

The case has a steel open frame design built of five tempered glass panels. It has three 3 mm tempered glass windows on the front-top panel for displaying Computer components, and two 4 mm hinged door side panels for displaying components as desired, while the open rear end allows for substantial flexibility and modding options.

The AH T200 series Micro Chassis I/O Ports include:

•One USB 3.1 (Gen 2) Type C

•An HD Audio

•Two USB 3.0

•A reset button

•A super stylish power button to provide quick access when necessary.


The AH T200 series chassis can accommodate two fans of 140 mm each in the front and top. It can also accommodate a AIO liquid cooler of 240 mm or 280 mm at the front to provide AIO liquid cooling.

The AH T200 framework is intended with outstanding adaptability in mind, supporting motherboards up to Micro ATX, a CPU cooler with a maximum altitude of 150 mm, GPU structures up to 320 mm in length, a power source that has a diameter of 180 mm, and two 3.5″ or three 2.5″ storage devices.