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Case

Thermaltake V200 RGB ATX Mid Tower Case

(6 Ratings, 3.8 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Thermaltake

Model

V200 RGB

Part #

CA-1K8-00M1WN-01

Manufacturer

Thermaltake

Type

ATX Mid Tower

Color

Black

Power Supply

None

Side Panel Window

Tempered Glass

Power Supply Shroud

Yes

Front Panel USB

  • USB 3.2 Type-A
  • USB 2.0 Type-A

Motherboard Form Factor

  • ATX
  • Micro ATX
  • Mini ITX

Full-Height Expansion Slots

7

Half-Height Expansion Slots

0

Maximum Video Card Length

380 mm / 14.961"

Internal 2.5" Bays

3

Internal 3.5" Bays

2

Price History

    Reviews

    zapdos44
    • 11 points
    • 13 months ago

    from completed build A Black Box with Splashes of Blue

    The case looks pretty nice but the acrylic front panel is a drag. If you build in this case, remember to connect the SATA power cable for the fans and connect the fan header to the RGB header, I wasted a lot of time not realizing my mistake. The expansion slots are also really hard to take off, you need to pull them off with force. Make sure to do it before putting in the motherboard as well. tldr: Nice looking case but has flaws. If I could choose again I'd probably get a different case.

    CWayneMartin
    • 10 points
    • 2 months ago

    from completed build AMD Bang for Buck for under $800

    I was able to install everything and cable-managed in less than an hour due to having so much space and so many cut-outs.

    There are 4 downsides to this $80+ "budget" case, however. 1) The PCIE expansion slots are the kind that you need to bend and break-off, they are not replaceable. I did not know this until I tried to install the graphics card at the very end. I ended up mangling some of the other slots and scratching my MOBO in the process. 2) It would be nice if the RGB fan controller plugged directly into the MOBO for more control. 3) I'd prefer to have removable HDD storage. The cage is not removable and you have to remove the front panel and bottom fan to install the HDDs properly and can be very tedious to have to rewire everything back. 4) There are 2 cut-out for airflow in the front and there is only about a 5mm gap between the fans and front panel. There is a small hole the very bottom and a grill on the right side. I wouldn't install any CPU over 95w or GPU greater than a 1660 or else they'll get pretty toasty. I do like the ability to install a large water cooler on the top though.

    hotsauce1861
    • 8 points
    • 10 months ago

    from completed build $1K budget gaming build

    The case was just roomy enough for my cooler and adds to the RGB theme.

    WolfODonnellTM
    • 5 points
    • 3 months ago

    from completed build Project: Alyx

    Mostly well designed case. Cable management and front panel quality is something to be desired since I had to stuff excess cables from my non-modular psu in multiple places, and I scratched my front panel while taking off a fan to put a hard drive in.

    diamondpaul
    • 3 points
    • 7 months ago

    It's a solid case honestly. Cable management is pretty difficult and that's why it's not a 5 star. If you have to front mount the rad you will can only get 2 screws in your SSD unless you buy the drive bays and put them down in the HDD slots. Not a huge deal, but it is an issue.

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