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Thermaltake Commander C33 TG ARGB Review – Good Airflow and High Volume

The manufacturer Thermaltake introduced six new cases at the beginning of the year to revive the Commander series. The new enclosures are named Commander C31 to 35 and will feature high airflow, plenty of space, tempered glass and two huge 200 mm RGB fans. In all variants the body is identical and only the front elements differ in their unusual design. The housings are available in black and partly also in white.

In the following review we take a closer look at the Thermaltake Commander C33 TG ARGB in black and check if it delivers what the manufacturer promises. The case is available from € 109.90.

Technical Details

Model: Commander C33 TG ARGB
Housing type: Midi Tower
Dimensions: 233 mm (W) x 462 mm (H) x 518 mm (D)
Weight: approx. 7.84 kg
Material: Steel, plastic, tempered glass
Color: Black
Front connections 2x USB 3.0 Type-A, 1x loudspeaker, 1x microphone
Drive bays: 3x 3,5″ (internal) or 2x 2,5″ (internal)
2x 2,5″ (internal)
Extension slots: 7 (horizontal), 2 (vertical)
Form factors: ATX, mATX, mini-ITX
Ventilation: Front: 2x 200 / 2x 140 / 3x 120 mm
Lid: 2x 140 / 2x 140 mm
Rear: 1x 120 mm
Radiators: Front: 1x 360/ 1x 280/ 1x 240 mm
Cover: 1x 280/ 1x 240 mm
Rear: 1x 120 mm
Max. CPU cooler height: 180 mm
Max. Graphics card length: 410 mm
310 mm (with AGB)
Max. Power supply length: 200 mm (with HDD installed)
Place for front radiator 75 mm
Cable management space: 25 – 30 mm
Price: € 109.90
Special features: magnetic dust filters, cable management, acrylic side panel

Scope of Delivery

The Thermaltake Commander C33 TG ARGB comes well and safely packed in a plain brown cardboard box with a picture of the tower and all important data printed on it. In the carton the C33 is wrapped in normal polystyrene and a plastic bag. There is also a protective film on both sides of the glass window to protect against scratches. The accessory bag is attached inside the case and contains all the important screws, a power supply frame, a mainboard speaker, two cables to connect the RGB board, ten black cable ties and an illustrated manual in several languages. The scope of delivery also includes two RGB fans with a frame width of 200 mm, a normal fan with a width of 120 mm, a control board for controlling the RGB functions and the pre-installed spacers.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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