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Thermaltake - Versa H15 MicroATX Mid Tower Case

( 3.7 Average / 14 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Thermaltake

Model

Versa H15

Part #

CA-1D4-00S1NN-00

Color

Black

Type

MicroATX Mid Tower

Includes Power Supply

No

External 5.25" Bays

1

Internal 3.5" Bays

3

Motherboard Compatibility

Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports

Yes

Maximum Video Card Length

12.40"

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Reviews

nightrook 15 points 17 months ago
from completed build ~$500 CAD Budget Gaming Build

Not a bad case at all for the price, sturdy, good-looking, decent cable management. PCIe slots once broken will stay broken, and only comes with one backup slot so you'll have holes in your pc if you put in a GPU and then remove it. The top slot is obstructed by the case so I had to plug my monitor in on the second one. Might be a problem for some people. Drive bay can be faced on both sides, comes with an nice and quiet 120mm rear turbo fan and has an air filter at the bottom where the PSU goes. Lots of space for airflow.

GhostInShell 1 point 17 months ago
from completed build My New Year Eve Build 2015

Got it with window and it is plastic,since i moved a lot lately, it got scratched somehow.Otherwise pretty good and nice looking, might try to put some more coolers in,only have 1 now on the back for air out. PS: after i tried to move my hdd and ssd it seems it wasn't made so you can mount them both on the back wall,even tho there are holes for them, 2 for ssd and 1 for hdd you can only put 1 of the 2 but even then it will be hard to connect the sata cables because both are too close to the back wall.I was disappointed, because i really wanted to get rid of the box,it takes so much space,anyway.So i ended up putting them back in the box just with the sockets to the back so no more cables in front.

Mananoy 23 points 16 months ago
from completed build Long Distance Lover

Cheap! Cheap! Small enough micro ATX case without too much compromise. I mean check it out, you have cable management area in the back, removable drive cage with slide rails for 2 hard drives, you can install up to 5 120mm fans with 2 in front 1 in back 2 up top, there's 5.25 slot, lots of SDD mountings and the PSU installs the right way (intake at the bottom). Only thing I will change would be to use rubber for feet and rubber hdd rails to replace the plastic ones they use that's kinda noisy.

esk02k 15 points 10 months ago
from completed build Work Pc

Surprisingly good case for the money. The HDD cage is removable and there's quite a lot of space behind the mother board tray and below the CD ROM bay which is fully covered so you can't really see any cables. The bulges in the side panel make it easy to cram cables behind too. Obviously it's a bit flimsy but there are no sharp edges.

Fogsong1 5 points 10 months ago

A decent , cheap case. There is a very small dent on the front of the case, but I think I might of put it there while building the computer. I checked it over before I started building and I didn't notice anything until after the build was complete. It doesn't bother me that much so to me it is a minor issue. In addition, the audio I get from the headphone jack on my case using the HD audio from my board sounds weird. I don't know if it is the case, a driver issue or the hd audio pins on the board. Either way, I rarely use the headphone jack on my case so it is not a big deal. The metal is kind of thin and cable management in it is decent but not great. Overall, with a case at this price (don't pay more than 35 dollars for it), most people will be happy with it. I know I am.

Update: I was able to fix my sound problem. I didn't have the hd audio cable plugged in correctly so it was my mistake. I am still giving it three stars because is a average case. It is a nice, solid, average case. Nothing more, nothing less.

purpl8 3 points 10 months ago

This case looks great for its price.

My only issue was the motherboard IO shield didn't fit very well.

PartPickerReece 4 points 3 months ago
from completed build The Little Engine That Could

Overall, I think the Thermaltake Versa H15 is a great case for the price. I'm impressed by it's build quality and I like the design. However, I wish it came with more than one case fan.

ButterKing 17 points 3 months ago
from completed build My first pc build (Ryzen 5)

The quality of this case is great, I just had many issues with cable management, as many of the holes used to route wires were covered when I installed my mATX motherboard.

electron_ 6 points 3 months ago
from completed build Mom's Office PC

Not amazing to work in. Side panels are very flimsy and came warped in the box.

I was able to get some cable management done but it was quite a pain. The holes to pass wires through are not in the best spots. There is also very little space to put cables through at the back, even with the bulged side panels. I think that the only reason I was able to make it work was not having the two 2.5" drive bays populated, which gave me some space to shove wires.

The included fan is decent. Quiet enough and has a sleeved cable.

For $40, you can't expect much, but having built in the far, far superior Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX which I got for $55, I was not at all impressed. Passable at best.

Lobsterareawesome 13 points 2 months ago
from completed build "Is it done yet?"- Build

You get what you pay for. Not a lot of room in it. One of the holes for a mobo standoff was broken and i couldnt screw one standoff in. otherwise its good for a budget build