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  • Thermaltake Tower 200 with LCD Review
  • Thermaltake Tower 200 with LCD Review


    Install and Conclusion

    To test the fit and finish we installed our ASUS ROG Strix B660-i Mini ITX Motherboard. This Mini ATX motherboard measures in at a tiny 6.7-inch x 6.7 inch (17 cm x 17 cm) and fits with plenty of extra space.

    As you can see, there is a ton of space around the motherboard and ample access to the rubber wiring grommet for you cabling.

    The Tower’s vertical cube design is the space for components is larger than any mini-ITX case we have used here in the labs.  A Mini-ITX build doesn’t mean you can’t go all out with a color matched component set or a nice water-cooling loop!  There will be room to spare.


    Every member of the growing Tower series has a unique look that just can’t be found in a more common cube design.  The front glass panel makes an immediate impression with plenty of space for most demanding mini-ITX builds.  There is a reason so many show builds choose a Thermaltake Tower case!

    Love the design of the Tower 500 or 900 but just don’t have the space?  The Tower 200 is exactly what you have been looking for.  Planning a smaller build does take more planning but the Tower 200 means you no longer have to compromise on your performance or style.

    Good Things

    Unique Tower Design
    Fantastic airflow
    Lots of available colors
    Smaller tower footprint
    Full sized compatibility

    Bad Things

    Still large for Mini-ITX
    Only two fans included
    Higher price point