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Thermaltake - Versa H25 ATX Mid Tower Case

( 4.2 Average / 6 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Thermaltake

Model

Versa H25

Part #

CA-1C2-00M1WN-00

Color

Black

Type

ATX Mid Tower

Includes Power Supply

No

External 5.25" Bays

2

Internal 2.5" Bays

3

Internal 3.5" Bays

3

Motherboard Compatibility

ATX, Micro ATX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports

Yes

Maximum Video Card Length

315 mm / 12.402"

Dimensions

429 mm x 208 mm x 477 mm

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Reviews

ajcardiac 20 points 40 months ago
from completed build AJ's budget light-gaming

This is an excellent budget Case. This is the windowed version.

OK, so the Motherboard tray cut-outs don't have rubber grommets, but the edges are ground smooth.

Plenty of room for cable-management.

Plenty of Case Fan options. Tool-less front panel fan system. Front Panel USB 3.0. Easy installation of components.

Plenty of room for a long Graphics Card, but customisable 3.5/2.5" drive bays if you have a really long one.

Really impressed how good it is for the budget price.

Uchiha1989 12 points 39 months ago
from completed build 1080p budget gaming pc

Case is good you get what you pay for, only thing I didn't like is that it doesn't have many options to install fans like I would want to.

Thomskon 8 points 39 months ago
from completed build Versa Blue

The case is pretty good. Considering its price tag, it is well built, looks great and the included fan is nice and quiet. You can definitely tell that its cheap as some parts don't feel as solid as others and it was also a very tight squeeze getting the side panel back on with all the cables routed round the back, but a good case overall.

markasoftware 8 points 39 months ago
from completed build Black Friday 2015

LOVE IT! I've used quite a few low-end cases, and this one is the best, in terms of build experience. It doesn't look very cool, with only a small LED below the top panel, but apart from looks, it's killer: tool-less PCIe cover, HDD bays, and SSD bays (unlike Corsair's "tool-less" ones that actually require screws for SSDs). You don't need mobo standoffs, because the screw holes are elevated (really nice), has pretty decent cable management. The side panel window isn't tinted, so if you have LED lights, might be an issue. But if you don't have LEDs, it allows you to actually see your parts.

LoganNoster 14 points 38 months ago
from completed build Budget Gaming PC

Nice looking case with plenty of space to access your parts. Feels really sturdy for a budget case. Lots of room for cable management.

InfernoTacticsHD 9 points 32 months ago
from completed build 1st Gaming PC Build

Good for it's price. The main struggles I had was the cabling (no holes above the motherboard) and there was no room above the motherboard so installing the 4-pin CPU connector was a pain. Also no front fans so you'll need to buy 1 or 2. However, managing the cabling at the back was made a lot easier with the tie-down points for zip ties or twist ties.