Introducing Divider 300
Thermaltake is a brand that I have fond memories of. The first case I ever modded was from Thermaltake, and it was an SFF case that I needed to add water-cooling to. Since then, cases have evolved to handle all aspects of an enthusiast’s needs, and the case we have in for review today is no different. I’m speaking, of course, of the beautiful Divider 300 TG ARGB.
The Divider 300 not only comes with support for AIO and water-cooling equipment but the latest in controllable RGB lights. This mid-tower case features plenty of ventilation, sporting spots for five 120mm fans. Additionally, the case is easy to open, featuring a tool-less design, something that’s become almost required in modern computer cases. It sizes in as a mid-tower, measuring 18.7×8.7×18.1 inches, or 475x220x461 millimeters, for those using the metric system. Supporting up to a full-size ATX motherboard, there is also enough space for coolers up to 145mm. My 6900XT also fits in the case with plenty of room to spare. I’ve installed both a Cooler Master Hyper 212 inside this case as well as an AIO, and it was easy to do so.
The usual assortment of screws, stand-offs, and spare parts are included in the packaging–everything you could need to build your new system using the Divider 300 as the frame. Installing the entire system into the machine is pretty darn easy. Cables are hidden behind the motherboard tray, and while I wish there were a bit more room back there for all of the cables I’ve stuffed behind there, I am able to mount the side panel back on and make the mess disappear.