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Thermaltake - Core P5 ATX Mid Tower Case

( 4.2 Average / 5 Ratings )





Core P5

Part #





ATX Mid Tower

Includes Power Supply


External 3.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

280 mm / 11.024" With Drive Cages
320 mm / 12.598" Without Drive Cages

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


Mason54 12 points 29 months ago
from completed build The Intel Core P5-4690K

This case is amazing, however not for the first time builder. It comes as just a flat panel and you have to screw in all the mounting for the PSU and the back slots for the GPU. Does come with a fan filter for the radiator but other than that air is everywhere on this thing. If you have pets id reccomend keeping them far away as hair will get all over your PC and youll need to clean it weekly. Tons of room for all you enthusiasts watercooling and wall mount capabilities are on point. Its an amazing case overall and is a pleasure to build in.

vmitri 23 points 19 months ago

ase is ThermalTake P5, first allow me to say that i'm not a person who like Tower cases for many reasons, i find it more for business and gaming to me its boring and looks cheap, i wanted something much better visually, and Thermaltake was my preferred choice, and i love it.

I bought an LCD wall mount and mounted this beast to the wall for two reasons, for show case, i want to use 3 monitor setup and P5 size is huge to be a desktop. it will take all your space.

Pros: The housing is great, plenty of space for MB, liquid cooling, GPU can be mounted in both on board or horizontal, (5) HDD locations, all cables can be hidden and more, USB 3.0 & 2.0 supported.

Best for me ability to mount this case in all shapes, standing, laying down and wall mount, with ability to upgrade for full tempered glass housing.

Cons: -No air flow, this case is not for air coolant neither small liquid coolant because of the shape, if you are planing to buy it you need to spend money on Liquid coolant with 480mm radiator, 4 fans preferred from Thermaltake, for bracket compatibility.

-No place to mound DVD/BD

-No 3.1 USB on case, however its not a big deal since this case is open from all sides but you.

Note: dont repeat my mistake, i took shortcut for budget and purchased the H55 and immediately regret it, and had to fix my mistake with bigger mistake and end up with liquid coolant, overall i had to pay 3 times for coolant. H55 + HD120 to cover the empty space in case, then Thermaltake package liquid cooling.

GilParnon 16 points 15 months ago
from completed build Athena 2.0

Looks gorgeous, there aren't any tie downs on the back of the case for some reason, and the holes are misaligned for half the thumbscrews to secure the back panel and the bracket for the pump only works for Thermaltake pumps so I couldn't mount mine there to fill the space better, but those are minor things and I'm very happy with it.

md5mike 16 points 2 months ago
from completed build Code Name: Show & Tell

Not bad but not quite perfect.

DocH 89 points 7 days ago
from completed build Polar Ice

Quite an interesting case. I do like the design and how it hides the drives in the slim metal backing. It is quite easy to build in. One downside though is the acrylic side panel which I think they may have changed to glass but nothing but budget pc cases should come with acrylic side panels. Also the feet is plastic which gives a different texture, would have loved metal here as well. I hate to say it but I would recommend the case.