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Thermaltake Technology Co., Ltd.
Industry Computer hardware
Founded 1999
Headquarters Neihu District, New Taipei City, Taiwan
Key people
  • Kenny Lin (CEO) [1]
Number of employees
500 (June 2010)

Thermaltake Technology Co., Ltd (Chinese: 曜越科技; pinyin: Yàoyuè Kējì) is a Taiwanese manufacturer of PC case designs, power supplies, cooling devices and peripherals. Its main headquarters are located in Taipei, Taiwan. It has multiple manufacturing facilities in mainland China, including a major plant at Dongguan.


Thermaltake was founded in Taiwan in 1999. Its American headquarters were established at the same time with offices in Southern California.[2][3]

Stealing controversy[edit]

At Computex 2015, Thermaltake introduced two new computer cases that were very similar to Caselabs' SM8 and TH10 cases with the pedestal accessory.[4]


Tt eSPORTS[edit]

Thermaltake delivers a series of gaming mice, keyboards and other peripherals targeted towards competitive gamers through the Tt eSports brand.[5] Tt eSPORTS also sponsors a variety of eSports teams and streamers across the world.[1]


In 2009, Thermaltake launched a mobile accessory brand called LUXA2.[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c "Thermaltake brands at CES 2017 – Foreword - Chassis - Press Release -". Retrieved 2016-12-23. 
  2. ^ Retrieved 2010-06-24
  3. ^ "Company Overview of Thermaltake Inc". Bloomberg Business. Retrieved 16 September 2015. 
  4. ^ "Thermaltake Accused Of Stealing - New Computex Products Went Too Far - Legit Reviews". Legit Reviews. Nathan Kirsch. 3 June 2015. Retrieved 19 October 2017. 
  5. ^ "Tt eSPORTS". Retrieved 2016-12-23. 

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