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Thermaltake - Core P1 TG Mini ITX Tower Case

( 5.0 Average / 3 Ratings )





Core P1 TG

Part #





Mini ITX Tower

Includes Power Supply


Internal 2.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

380 mm / 14.961 "


380 mm x 332 mm x 422 mm

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tyogev 126 points 16 months ago

AWESOME case. Super easy to build with, loads of room, and almost limitless options. Strongly recommend. (10/10)

alejcho 545 points 16 months ago

A much awaited product since the introduction of the larger Core P5/P3 cases. Multiple mountings and arrangements are possible, and it supports custom water-cooling loops and a very comfy slot for a 240mm radiator and a reservoir. The case is easy to build in as long as cables are pre-routed.

Dust does not seem to be an issue after a month of use; the fan seems to blow them out anyway. As long as it is mounted on a elevated position on a wall, or on a desk, you will never have to wipe down the rig for a year. To clean the tempered glass, use a microfiber cloth (like from prescription glasses) and move in a up/down motion.

Being openly DIY, the aesthetics of the build will depend entirely on the amount of thought and effort invested into it. This case is a literally a template to bring your dream build into reality.

js972 23 points 8 months ago

My favorite part of this build. I love the look and it was relatively easy to build in. The cable management was a chore especially since I had sleeved cable extensions that added more junk in the back to work around. But the overall aesthetic is worth the trouble in my opinion. It's pretty big for an ITX but I'm coming from an Air 540 which was pretty beefy. This sits comfortably on my table.