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TT Tower 900 E-ATX Full Tower Gaming Case

TT Tower 900 E-ATX Full Tower Gaming Case

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Is my the regular gaming pc unit fully convertible to this case? I mean do i need to buy anything other than this case to transfer to this case from my gaming unit?
justvalencia
Keep in mind this thing is 3 feet tall and designed for showing off more than anything. It's also something you assemble yourself, so you will not need anything, if you have a watercooled PC there are mods you can make depending on your specs.
Got mine. I like the look so far..you dont need to worry about excessive cables showing up.. this will be awesome to build..now to wait on that threadripper 2 and the 1180ti vid cards...Meanwhile..i'll be over here prostituting myself to make the insane cash that will all cost....
Hmmm, too much glass. The less of my "cable management" visible the better.
fhood
So this case should be one of the best if not the best option: all the cables stay in the back half of the case, as does the power supply, so you only see the pieces of cables coming from the grommets to the sockets.
fhood
This case is designed to be used for showing off PCs. You build it yourself, so you can build it around your cabling.
a 199.99 bucks. lol thats insane i can get it for 149.99 at the local canada computers in Canada
kozhitnrun
Are you sure it's the same case? This is the lowest this case has been being bought new. Used you might get it for the price you are seeing if you get lucky.
We need 2more buyers.
Any chance to request to declare low invoice when massdrop ship the item?
Anyone know if the built in fan controller is voltage or PWM?
PigmonkeY
The fan controller is just a display it is NOT included. I have a Tower 900 that doesn't come with it. It comes with two basic 140 fans, the case, and that's all.
HotRodHippie
boooo.
Thanks for the info, i'll be skipping over this.
I love the design of this, just wish it came in a smaller form factor.
noisyturtle
Yes! This is a fishtank. It's about three times the volume of my FitFenix mATX box.
Have posted this on the 900 page every time.. look at the MeanIt 5PM. Similar style case, good features, smaller footprint. This thing is freaking huge, to the point where it makes me consider just going full rack everything instead.
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That still isn't the same. The 4PM is a cube case like dozens of other cube cases. This case has separate chambers for radiators and hardware, a ton of room for custom watercooling, mounts for everything. I have a Tower 900. It is a HUGE case but does what it's designed to do very well. My dual custom watercooling loops fit with zero issue.
HotRodHippie
They're obviously not the same. In fact, if you reread my initial comment you will see the word " similar"
Happy massdropping! Heaven forbid you suggest a product on a consumer goods website ;-)
I would get it if it were the white version...
this is pretty nice! Is it designed to work specifically with thermal take reservoirs or are reservoirs, typically, a standard shape?
If it was the black one I would have got it
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So, which is it? The part # listed is definitely for the black case, but the description says white. Can someone from massdrop confirm?
ranger67
Part # and photos show black which is what we are offering. we will get the description updated. Thanks.
Just bought it fak
Hello, I'm new to Massdrop so I was wondering if this thing comes in damaged what is the policy for replacement? If I'm stuck sending this case back due to a shipping issue will I have to pay return fright? With this much glass and just the sheer weight of the package the odds of it being damaged are a little high.
Got really annoyed cause I just bought this for $195, then I realized it's only the white variant. So I guess I'm okay with my purchase. Love white cases, they just never stay spotless in my house.
For anyone interested in keeping the dust out, I used these dust filters with an AIO in push/pull config on a Core P3 build https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N6BFVKO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
ThatFriendWhoAsked
This case comes with dust filters for every opening
FirstLtHawkeye
Key words are “with an AIO...”, meaning I put the dust filters on top of the fans, so that dust would not be pushed into the rad, making it difficult to clean.
i bought this case from another site for $225 about three months ago. I love it. very well made with tons of ways you can set it up. all fan holes and 120 and 140mm mounting points and you can move the mounts around. IT is very HEAVY. everyone who sees it almost always asks what it is not knowing its a computer. The clear panels are tempered glass thats roughly .25" thick. awesome case. and a pretty good deal depending what shipping comes out to. if you want a pc thats slightly smaller than a mini fridge then this is for you.
eatacos
This is my baby.
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I thought the trend was to go smaller in form factor? maybe the next drop can be the TT Core P1 case?
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I just threw out a Coolermaster full tower stryker case because nobody I knew or on Craigslist even wanted it.
SpecTP
I would take it :D
Is this only for white or is black an option?
RekaReaper
I was looking at the P/N and it indicates just White for this drop
tobee123
Thank you.
I got white version of this on a previous drop and have since completed a build in it. AMA, I will try to answer them all...
Also, my build does NOT have a water cooling loop! I do have an AIO cooler for my cpu.
side note... is this drop just for the white one?
sMACk
So late, hope you see this, would you say there are any downsides to building in this without a water cooling loop? I’m interested in how it looks with just a regular AIO.
Stephen87
I love my build, with one caveat. Carefully pick your AIO. I wanted a 280mm rad, but the only spot I could reach is a 140mm fan hole (top of the display compartment). I think you could reach the back compartment with the right AIO.
Does this come with any of the water pump items, or just designed for multi setups
kacarnes
No, it does not. It comes with a set of screws.
If you want something cool but smaller, look at the Anidees Crystal Cube.
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Smashing, thanks.
nac1
I hope you all enjoy them. I like mine. Their 5PM was on sale on slickdeals recently.. I hope they're doing well cause this case is great
I bought this case during the last drop, and got it delivered last week. Believe me when I say it, it's massive, and it's not for the faint of heart. It is one of the easiest case to work with for a water-cooled build. I'm starting on my first loop this week.
I researched a lot on components for water cooling. You might want to look into these parts and manufacturers if you're going to go water-cooled: PETG Tubes: As I said earlier, it's a big case, so soft tubing might look like alien tentacles and wouldn't really look good. Use PETG tubes. (TT, XSPC, PrimoChill, BitsPower) CPU & GPU Blocks: If you're on a lower budget, go for one water-cooled loop. It would really help keeping your GPU in check, and if you plan on OC. (EKWB, TT, XSPC) Compression Fittings : Best if you buy fittings with the same ID & OD as the tube, and matching the Tube manufacturer, since they would have tested them (TT, XSPC, EKWB, BitsPower) Pump (D5 or DDC) with Reservoirs: You could buy the pump & reservoir separately, but there are tons of Pump Reservoir combo. (TT, EKWB, BitsPower) Radiator: Thick radiators are good, but the wider they are the better, since it makes it easier to dissipate heat. Buy one with a Fin density of at least 14. (TT, XSPC, Alphacool, Coolstream) Static Pressure Fans: TT, Corsair, EKWB Vardar, Noctua Liquid: XSPC, CryoFuel, Coolance
There are many other good manufacturers, and you'll find them along the way, but the ones mentioned above are pretty standard and popular. Alternatively, you could also buy water-cooling kits from TT or XSPC, and if you do get the TT, avoid using it's coolant.
NightFury
Great write up!
This will definitely be my next case for my next build. I love the whole look of this and I know its probably super easy to maneuver and build inside this case.
Yo i purchased this in the last drop and let me tell you, building in this is the most amazing thing ever. Many people speak upon the dust problem but its nothing an extra air filter cant solve, or just don't put a fan in the front glass side. Most of the dust will only be in the back amongst the wires and radiators and not on the physical parts. Obviously it will affect your cooling capability but it will not be among the physical components.
Just received my tracking number... Saw the weight and found out that my apartment manager would've been livid if this showed up unexpectedly. Luckily, she's easily bribed by beer.... lol
gah, I had the same Q as @swischeze, so Q for the rest of you - where is a good place to buy gear like that, the cooler cylinders, radiators, etc?
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stupidusernamecheck
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Beautiful body. But there is a huge flaw. All of glass. In a month, everything will be clogged with dust and not cleaned 100%. All the glasses will be dirty and will not be of any kind
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77024309609
if you go with most fans blowing outward, it should minimize your dust intake
SpecTP
No. You want filters on all intake fans, and you must have more filtered CFM(cubic feet per minute) into the case than being blown out by the exhaust fans.(Positive Pressure). With PP, more air is being forced into the case than the exhaust fans can push out. The sum of the left over air will find a way to exhaust threw other small holes on the case. Since all the intake air is filtered, you are left with a near dustless case. With Negative Pressure, the exhaust fans are trying to pull more air out of the case than the filtered intake fans can provide. The difference will be made up by pulling UNFILTERED air into your case threw all the uncovered small holes elsewhere. This makes for a messy case and less idea cooling for interior components than positive pressure.
The p/n shows both the white model and black model. The title doesn't tell you if you'll get the white model or black model.
This case looks amazing. I'm not into custom watercooling simply because of the price but if I were inclined towards custom loops I would classify this case as a must have if its build quality is even halfway decent. The open showcase style design is a massive turn on for me casewise.