Thermaltake The Tower 300 Case Review

One of my favorite PC cases that I saw earlier this year at CES was Thermaltake’s The Tower 300. Thermaltake’s The Tower series of cases have been out for a while was we’ve taken a look at The Tower 100 and The Tower 500 cases in the past. The Tower 300 brings with it a slight change to the Tower Series design by incorporating an octagonal design with angled corners instead of the 90-degree ones we saw on previous cases. This allows for better viewing angles into the case and the ability for it to really look like a capsule. Beyond that the Tower 300 will support both Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX motherboards, graphics cards as long as 400mm, and even 420mm radiators. Let’s see if this cases lives up to all of the hype it had at CES!

Special thanks to Thermaltake for providing us with The Tower 300 Case to review.

Specifications of Thermaltake The Tower 300 Case

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Thermaltake The Tower 300 Case Packaging

The Tower 300 comes in Thermaltake’s standard case box, which gives you a full-color look at the case before you make your purchase. On the front we can see a fully-built system using the case.

Thermaltake The Tower 300 Case

On the side of the box there is a full list of specifications.

Thermaltake The Tower 300 Case

Opening up the box we find the case nicely protected with large pieces of Styrofoam and packaged in a plastic bag. All of the glass panels on the case also have film on them so nothing gets scratched.

Thermaltake The Tower 300 Case

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