Thermaltake Core P5 ATX Wall-Mounted Chassis Review

by - 4 years ago

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Interior


After removing the thumb screws, the back panel slides off and gives you access to the hard drive bays, as well as a huge amount of cable routing space. What is strange, is why are the hard drive bays where they are? They cover over the CPU cooler mounting cut-out, and two of the cable routing grommets, rendering them inaccessible. Sure you can move stuff around and tweak it, but it’s not like there isn’t room elsewhere for them to go.

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Each hard drive bay is held in place with a single thumb screw, allowing you to quickly remove them and clip your 3.5″ drives into place, or mount a 2.5″ drive using the included screws.

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This durable plate is reinforced and comes with all the appropriate screw holes to fit the chassis to a durable wall mounting (not included).

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There’s certainly lots of cable routing space here, but also a few extra holes around each which should work great with cable ties, allowing you to keep things super neat and tidy.

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The wiring from the front I/O panel has already been carefully tucked to the side, which already helps get the cable management off to a good start.

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