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Thermaltake Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB Mid Tower Review

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Thermaltake’s Divider 300 series cases put a new angle on a classic ATX mid-tower platform. Not sure if you want a traditional case with good airflow or a tempered glass beauty? The Divider 300’s side panel splits it right down the middle… quite literally… diagonally from corner to corner. Half glass, half solid panel with ventilation makes for a cool choice. A semi-modular design gives you choices for your build. Displaying your GPU vertically is possible, as is traditional. A side-mounted radiator or fans for additional cooling, or additional storage? The choice is yours. With two glass panels, seeing your internals is wonderful, but seeing dust isn’t. Thermaltake has your covered with removable and washable dust filters on everything. Is there anything missing? Let’s find out!

 

We would like to thank Thermaltake for sending the Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB over for us to check out.

 

Thermaltake’s description of the Divider 300:

Thermaltake designed a brand-new case series that contains a mixture of open frame style elements and customizable options blending all the functionalities into the Divider Series. The most exceptional feature of the Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB Mid Tower Chassis is the two symmetrical triangular pieces comprised of a steel panel and tempered glass window. These panels are tool-free and easy to remove, offering a clear view of the components inside. Moreover, the Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB comes with three preinstalled 120mm 5V ARGB front fans and one standard rear fan. The front fans can sync with RGB motherboard software from ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI, and ASRock. They are addressable and deliver 16.8 million-color RGB illumination and unparalleled ventilation. The Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB Mid Tower Chassis is the next-gen gaming PC case for regular users, enthusiasts, and gamers, giving them unprecedented satisfaction.

 

Key Features:

Sleek Design with Avant-Grade Style Side Panels

Thermaltake Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB Mid Tower Review 1The Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB features two 3mm tempered glass windows at the front and on the left side. The exceptional feature of the Divider 300 TG ARGB Mid Tower Chassis is the two symmetrical triangular pieces comprised of steel panels and tempered glass. These panels are tool-free and easy to remove, offering a clear view of the components inside.

Tempered Glass Panels

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The two 3mm tempered glass windows at the front and on the left side of the Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB are thicker and more scratch resistant when compared to standard acrylic. The triangular tempered glass window can be removed individually, giving you an additional option to show your components and system.

Display It Your Way
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Patented rotational PCI-E slots give you the option to display your graphics card either horizontally or vertically, creating plenty of flexible space for your system.

PSU Cover & Riser GPU Support Bracket
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The built-in PSU cover contains an overall ventilated design. Optimizing airflow, as well as hiding those unsightly cables. The included riser GPU support bracket not only prevents the graphics card from sagging but also helps to reduce the weight on the motherboard’s PCI-E slots.

Excellent Dust Filtration
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The Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB has well-designed removal magnetic fan filters on the top and inner right side. At the base, the removable filters provide excellent dust protection and dirt reduction, ensuring a dust-free environment.

Air Intake and Exhaust
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The cooling performance of the Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB is admirable. The venting gaps on two sides of the front tempered glass allow an optimal air intake and additional cooling for exhaust is located at the top and rear of the case.

Handy I/O Ports
Thermaltake Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB Mid Tower Review 7Two 3.0 USB and one USB 3.1 (Gen 2) Type C ports are placed on the top panel to grant direct access when needed.

DMD: Dismantlable Modular Design
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Strip your case down to the bones and install elements when and as you need them with our modular design. The Divider 300 TG Snow ARGB features modular panels, racks, brackets, and pre-designed mounting arrays. No more unreachable screw corners or gaps, installation can be a breeze with our Dismantlable Modular Design.

 

Quick Specs:

  • Motherboard compatibility
    • ITX
    • Micro-ATX
    • ATX
  • Power supply type
    • ATX
  • Cooling Support
    • Air
      • Top – 1x 120/140mm
      • Side – 2x 120mm
      • Rear – 1x 120mm
      • Front – 3x 120 or 2x 140mm
    • Water
      • Top – 120mm radiator
      • Rear – 120mm Radiator
      • Side – 120/240mm radiator
      • Front – 120/140/240/280/360mm radiator
    • GPU max length
      • 360mm with a front radiator or 390mm without
    • CPU cooler max-height
      • 145mm
    • PSU max Length
      • 180mm with HDD bracket installed
      • 220mm without
    • Case dimensions (L x W x H)
      • 475 x 220 x 461 mm
    • Expansion Slots
      • 7 with rotatable design
    • 5” Drive Support
      • Up to 2
    • 5” Drive Support
      • Up to 7
    • 25” Drive Support
      • Not Supported

Cooling Support:

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