Thermaltake introduced a series of new computer cases for desktop: the Commander G Series Thermaltake case including the G31, G32, and G33 models. They are very similar to each other. Common features can be considered a Tempered Glass ARGB Edition panel on the left side with a thickness of 4 mm and a mesh front panel.
These entry-level PC case gear come with a pre-installed 200mm ARGB backlit fan that can be controlled via motherboard synchronization Thermaltake RGB software or a switch on the I/O panel. At the rear of the PC case is a 120mm fan. Instead of a 200 mm front panel, you can install one or two 140 mm fans or up to three 120 mm fans. On top, two fans of standard size 120 or 140 mm are mounted. The rear fan can be 140 mm. When installing the fan, a radiator up to 360 mm in length is placed in front, up to 240 mm in length on the top, and 12 mm in the back. The ventilation openings above and below are covered by removable magnetic filters.
The Commander G series Thermaltake case supports horizontal and vertical positioning of the graphics card. The PC case gear kit includes a bracket that supports the video card. The maximum length of expansion cards is 300 mm. The processor cooling system can be up to 165 mm high, and the power supply can be up to 200 mm long.
The cases accommodate up to seven expansion cards and up to four drives. The two drives can only be 2.5 inches in size, and two can be 2.5 inches or 3.5 inches in size.
The dimensions of the G31 model are 445.57 x 225 x 471 mm. The G32 case measures 462 x 225 x 472 mm, and the G33 case measures 442 x 225 x 472 mm. The difference in size is caused by differences in the design of the front panel. In all cases, the I/O port has one USB 3.0 connector and two USB 2.0 ports.