I’ve always been a fan of Thermaltake’s Core series of cases as they were really designed to show off your entire build and were really the first mainstream cases to do just that. We took a look at the Core P5 all the way back in 2015 and while this was a more open-air chassis the Core P6 expands on that by adding glass panels on the the top and front and really transforming the chassis into a more traditional case. This is a massive case so you have room inside for the largest hardware and some pretty epic cooling configurations. Let’s take a look and see what this case is all about!
Special thanks to Thermaltake for providing us with the Core P6 TG Case to review.
The Thermaltake Core P6 TG comes in a large box which has a picture of the case on the front and lets us know that we do have the Snow (White) Edition. Flipping over to the other side there is an exploded view of the case showing all of its parts.
Opening the box up we find the case nicely protected by large pieces of Styrofoam and plastic. There is also plastic film on the glass panels to ensure that they do not get scratched.
As far as accessories go you’ll get screws for mounting your hardware, rubber O-rings for hard drive installation, velcro straps, a speaker to connect to your motherboard, brackets to install your power supply vertically, and a metal GPU support bracket.