When Thermaltake introduced the Core P5 chassis last October it was pretty revolutionary. There really were not cases out there made specifically show off hardware, mount on your wall, act as a table, etc. The Core P5 was a great chassis no doubt, but there were a few issues that Thermaltake needed to address. Fast forward to today and we have the brand new Core P3 Chassis. Thermaltake has made the chassis smaller, added better SSD mounts, and now the chassis has no problem supporting all-in-one liquid cooling systems. Let’s jump in and see what the Core P3 is all about!
Special thanks to Thermaltake for providing us with the Core P3 Chassis to review.
The Core P3 comes in Thermaltake’s typical retail packaging. On the front there is a photo of the case with a system installed. It also lets us know that this case is Thermaltake LCS certified. The back of the box shows an exploded view of the case with all of the parts. The specifications of the case are listed on the side.
Opening the box up there is a large Styrofoam container inside. Getting it out it has all of our parts inside. This is a great way to package everything, remember there is a large acrylic panel inside there.
Opening the Styrofoam container we have the acrylic panel, main part of the chassis and all of the parts. It is really great that every part of the case is in a plastic bag, it makes sure nothing arrives scratched.