Thermaltake H700 TG Snow Case Overview
Taking a first look at the H700 TG you can see that we have the white or snow edition of the case. Thermaltake is also offering this case in black as well. As far as size goes I would say it is about the size of your typical mid-tower, with official dimensions of 493 x 233 x 466 mm.
The front of the case is pretty plain, but there is a small strip of ventilation. This section actually lights up with RGB lighting, more on that in a bit. Towards the bottom of the case there is a small Thermaltake logo.
If you pull on the front of the case from the bottom it will easily pop off. Once removed we can see that the ventilated section does indeed have a filter. With the front of the case removed we can see one of the two fans that come with the case. This is a pretty standard 120 mm fan that runs at 1100 RPM. The front of the case will support up to three 120/140mm fans and radiators up to 360mm.
Moving up to the top of the case we have a large ventilated section, which is covered by a magnetic filter. This section will support three 120mm or two 140mm fans as well as radiators up to 360 mm.
Along the right side of the top of the case you have all of your buttons and connections. You’ll find a large power button, smaller reset button, a USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports, headphone and microphone connections, and a small “R” button. This “R” button is made to switch the different RGB settings on the case, again more on that in a bit.
On the main side of the case you have a tempered glass side panel, which is going to show off all of your hardware inside. Attached to the panel towards the front is a metal handle which allows you to open your system. The side panel opens like a door as it is on a hinged design. Because it is on hinges once you open the door you can simply lift up on it to fully remove it from the case.
The opposite side of the case has a plain steel panel. There is a small black fabric handle what when you pull on it opens the panel up. The panel opens much like the tempered glass panel does. It is also on a hinge design so removing the panel completely from the case is very easy. Also if we look at the case from the side we can see there is ventilated on each side of the front bezel, which should aide getting air inside the case.
Moving around to the back of the case we have a pretty standard design here with a cooling mount that supports a 120 / 140 mm fan, there is a pre-installed 120 mm fan there. Then you have your motherboard mount, expansion slots, some ventilation and power supply mount at the bottom. There is a filter that runs across the entire bottom of the case that you can pull out from the back of the case.