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Thermaltake has published the product pages for the Divider 550 TG Ultra, a mid-tower PC case with a 3.9-inch LCD display on the front panel that can be configured to display information including CPU frequency, RAM temperature, animated GIFs, and more. The case was originally revealed earlier this year during the company’s Thermaltake Expo, an event that included announcements for other new products ranging from radiator fans to gaming keyboards and mice. Thermaltake hasn’t elaborated on when the Divider 550 TG Ultra will be available or how much it’ll cost yet, but its specifications are now clear.

Specifications:

P/NCA-1T7-00M1WN-00
SERIESDivider
MODELDivider 550 TG Ultra
CASE TYPEMid Tower
DIMENSION (H X W X D)530 x 230 x 466 mm
(20.9 x 9.1 x 18.3 inch)
NET WEIGHT10.16 kg / 22.4 lbs.
SIDE PANEL3mm Tempered Glass x 3
COLORBlack
MATERIALSPCC
COOLING SYSTEMFront(intake):
120 x 120 x 25 mm ARGB fan (1000rpm, 27.2 dBA) x 3
Rear(exhaust):
120 x 120 x 25 mm fan (1200rpm, 22 dBA) x 1
DRIVE BAYS
-ACCESSIBLE
-HIDDEN
2 x 3.5”, 5 x 2.5”
or 7 x 2.5”
EXPANSION SLOTS7 (Rotatable Patented Design)
MOTHERBOARDS6.7″ x 6.7″ (Mini ITX), 9.6″ x 9.6″ (Micro ATX), 12″ x 9.6″ (ATX)
I/O PORTUSB 3.2 (Gen 2) Type-C x 1, USB 3.0 x 2, HD Audio x 1
PSUStandard PS2 PSU (optional)
FAN SUPPORTFront:
3 x 120mm, 2 x 120mm, 1 x 120mm
2 x 140mm, 1 x 140mm
Top:
2 x 120mm, 1 x 120mm
2 x 140mm, 1 x 140mm
Right (M/B Side):
2 x 120mm, 1 x 120mm
Rear:
1 x 120mm
RADIATOR SUPPORTFront:
1 x 360mm, 1 x 240mm, 1 x 120mm
1 x 280mm, 1 x 140mm
Top:
1 x 280mm, 1 x 140mm
1 x 240mm, 1 x 120mm
Right (M/B Side):
1 x 240mm (vertical-installed GPU recommended),
1 x 120mm
Rear:
1 x 120mm
CLEARANCECPU cooler max height:
170mm
VGA max length:
360mm (with radiator)
390mm (without radiator)
PSU max length:
180mm (with HDD Cage)
220mm (without HDD Cage)

2022 Thermaltake Expo January: Thermaltake Reveals the Divider 550 TG Ultra Chassis (ThermalTake)

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Case, Cooling, Gaming peripherals and enthusiast memory solutions, is excited to reveal the Divider 550 TG Ultra, the first Thermaltake chassis with an LCD screen to let users monitor PC real-time information and display customized GIF or images, at the 2022 Thermaltake EXPO January Virtual Exhibition.

Being the first case with an LCD screen in the Thermaltake collection, the Divider 550 TG Ultra is an ATX mid-tower chassis with a 3.9” LCD screen on the top of the front panel, offering a new way to monitor your PC’s performance at the same time to show your own personality. Focusing on both function and appearance, the Divider 550 TG Ultra provides a crystal-clear view through a tempered glass side panel on the left side which allows users to fully display and admire all the components of their build; on the right side, it keeps the unique features of the Divider series incorporating a special symmetrical triangular side panel design, and provides better thermal extraction through the small holes on the side panel.

The Divider 550 TG Ultra supports the latest PC components and the utmost hardware backing, and gives more flexibility on component arrangement. Users can choose whether to place their GPU vertically or horizontally without additional parts needed, and choose to mount radiators in various locations. Additionally, there are three pre-installed 120mm ARGB fans, which can be synchronized with ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock Polychrome. Other than that, the Divider 550 TG Ultra allows users to perceive both the PC information for the real-time monitoring and customized GIFs or images through the LCD screen. With the Thermaltake TT RGB PLUS 2.0 software, there is more room for showing one’s own style via setting customized lighting effects, and uploading personal GIFs and favorite pictures. It is also recommended to match with Thermaltake cooling products such as Floe RC Ultra 240/360 Memory and CPU All-In-One Liquid Cooler, or TOUGHLIQUID Ultra 240/360 CPU All-In-One Liquid Cooler, in this way, customized GIFs can fly through LCD screens to reach an extra stunning visualization.

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3 comments

  1. I'd be more concerned over the software requirements. The explosion of software to 'monitor' and 'control' parts of the system, especially proprietary ones that have no eye toward compatibility, is really starting to be a problem.

    I know that we can test this to a degree by monitoring DPC latency and other tools, and I'd like to see a focus on more broad compatibility. Razer is doing this to a degree, there are a few suites for fan control specifically (some more geared toward custom watercooling loops), and projects like OpenRGB (FOSS) and SignalRGB (free with paid tiers) looking to address the issue.

    Thing is, none that I know of are anywhere close to supporting LCD displays, whether we're talking this Thermaltake, Corsair's, or NZXT's, to name a few.

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