Designed for the e-sports gamer, Thermaltake is launching a new chassis with a built-in liquid cooling system.
Monday Thermaltake revealed its plans to release a liquid-cooled version of its Chaser MK-I full-tower chassis. So far actual pricing and availability is unknown, but the new Chaser MK-I LCS will supposedly launch this fall featuring a built-in Bigwater 850GT Liquid-Cooling solution.
"The integrated LCS is the new generation drive bay liquid cooling system, consisting of an all-inclusive drive bay unit and intelligent interconnecting water block with the robust material non-spill quick connectors offers an effortless installation," the company said Monday. "The slim water block was developed with pure copper base that maximizes the thermal efficiency. Also, with dual 120-mm fans and the 240-mm Dimple Tube Technology radiator increases the turbulence within the radiator to perform maximum cooling action."
Thermnaltake added that the liquid cooling system will also feature a Breath Lighting effect and a P500 pump which pushes 500L/H of water to improve the overall cooling efficiency and performance level. Other components in the setup will include a Motorsports radiator, an ultra quiet pump, a 12-cm blue LED fan and a water reservoir, all of which will be pre-installed inside the drive bay unit to achieve maximum performance.
Built with the e-sports gamer in mind, the chassis itself will sport two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, a top-mounted HDD hit-swap docking station, innovative 5.25-inch & 3.5-inch tool-free bays with an anti-vibration mechanism, a Combat Headset holder, a heightened foot stand to enhance airflow, dual ColorShift front intake fans and CableClear cable management. It will also provide enough interior real estate to support up to a 18-cm CPU cooler with 3-way SLI/ATI Crossfire graphics cards measuring up to 33-cm long.
For more information about the Chaser MK-I LCS chassis, head here. Stay tuned for pricing and availability.