There is no shortage of fantastic Thermaltake cases, but that doesn’t mean that there can’t be another one on that list. As such, Thermaltake just unveiled the Suppressor F51 mid-tower chassis that comes both as closed and windowed version.
The Suppressor F51 supports a wide array of motherboard sizes from mini-ITX to E-ATX as well as great expandability and liquid cooling abilities.
The Suppressor F51 features super-fine dust filters on the top, front, and bottom panels as well as the side panel for the non-windowed version. It also features all around sound dampening to create as silent a system as possible.
The sound dampening isn’t just everywhere, it is also modular. You can remove single parts of it in the places where you need to make room for other parts.
There is plenty of room for fans in the wide chassis that allows the use of up to 200mm fans. It comes with one pre-installed 200mm fan at the front and one 140mm rear exhaust fan. The case supports up to three 120 or two 140mm front fans and two 200mm or three 120 and 140mm top fans. There’s additional room for two 120mm fans at the bottom, and one 120 or 140mm fan in the side panel.
The radiator support is equally great with front and top support for 360mm or 420mm radiators as well as 120mm rear and 240mm bottom radiators for advanced liquid cooling setups.
The internal parts are fully customizable and you can remove all the drive cages that you don’t need. The case can accommodate up to two front 5.25-inch drives as well as six 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch drives.
The wide chassis has plenty of clearance for all your components. You can mount CPU coolers up to 185mm, graphics cards with up to 465mm length without drive cage or 310mm with it, as well as long power supplies up to 220mm.
The tool-free design allows you to modify your setup easily and at any time. The front panel has controls for the built-in fan controller, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports as well as audio connectors for microphone and headphones.
Overall the Suppressor F51 allows you to put a lot of hardware into a mid-tower chassis with optimal cooling and soundproofing abilities. No word on pricing yet.