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Building the right computer system takes the right components, and products such as a Thermaltake® computer case, docking system, fan and power supply unit have you covered. Thermaltake products allow you to construct a system that meets your needs. You will find items that are ideal for everyday use, work, business and hard-core gaming.
A mid-tower case like the S500 is right for many users as it offers balance between size and compatibility with standard ATX motherboards. A mid-tower Thermaltake computer case also gives you enough space for a graphics card. It will often have at least one bay for installing an optical drive, a second hard drive or a solid state drive. A full tower case like the View 71 is an ideal gaming case for those who want a truly souped-up system. It takes up more space, but it allows for adding more components. A Thermaltake open air case is aesthetically pleasing and offers custom options for keeping your system's temperature under control. A server chassis is recommended for serious business or industrial use, as it will support server CPUs, motherboards and fans.
If you are building or using a laptop and want to use it with many peripherals, look into adding a docking system. A docking system expands your laptop's interface capability by allowing you to use more USB devices, as well as at least one external display device. It can also offer additional Ethernet ports, audio jacks and SD card slots. This can give your laptop versatility rivaling that of a desktop computer. You can also use a docking station to provide your notebook with power. It typically connects to your computer through either a USB-C or Thunderbolt™ connection.
Whether you are building a laptop or desktop, a fan is needed to keep it from overheating. For a desktop, you will want to equip your Thermaltake computer case with a Thermaltake case fan to keep your system's temperature under control. You will also want to make sure that your individual components each have cooling using CPU fans, heatsinks and liquid coolants. For gamers, a more powerful graphics card will need a more powerful fan to expel any hot air it produces.
Picking the right Thermaltake power supply for your system makes sure that it will perform well. Picking the right power supply starts with the amount of wattage. A basic or medium user can operate a 400W supply unit. Up the wattage to about 500W with the TR2 TR-500 if you will be installing a graphics card, and a maximum of 750W with the Toughpower GF1 if you want a second graphics card. The power efficiency is also important, as 80 percent is sufficient for everyday users, while serious gamers will want at least an 85 percent efficiency. A Thermaltake Toughpower supply offers the wattage and efficiency that power users will need.