Thermaltake doesn't get anymore chances to improve its marketing or basic design flaws. We've been trying to privately inform Thermaltake how to improve for years, but they haven't listened.
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Thermaltake's latest virtual Computex showcase featured the Tower 100 mini-ITX case, the Divider 300 TG ARGB, new power supplies, and the Floe RC. Some of these products are actually promising, but Thermaltake frustratingly botches the final stretch of details that would take it from "almost really good" to "actually really good." We're tired of trying to help Thermaltake improve its products via emails and discussions at tradeshows, so hopefully this will help the company wake up to some of its frustrating, repeat shortcomings and mistakes. We want Thermaltake to get better. Good people work at the company, but word isn't making it high enough up the chain. The products are so consistently close to competitive that it's painful to see them miss on often easily fixed issues or quality control problems.
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00:00 - TT Showcases Inability to Improve
03:30 - It's Different This Time
05:34 - Some of Thermaltake's Misleading BS: Floe RC
06:14 - Thermaltake's Misleading Claims on Floe RC
09:25 - Thermaltake's Tower 100 Case & Repeat Issues
12:02 - Thermaltake's Extra-Dimensional Physics
14:45 - Unbelievably Frustrating Product Development
16:36 - Exceptions to Thermaltake's Mistakes
18:22 - The Tower 100 Could Be Really Good if TT Listened
19:24 - Thermaltake 300 TG ARGB Divider is Almost Good (Again)
21:37 - TT Doesn't Know How to Build a Computer
22:35 - Risk of Perception of Thermaltake as a "Knock-Off Brand"
24:04 - Thermaltake Toughfan 12 vs. Noctua
24:47 - Conclusion
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