Friday, December 14th 2012

Thermaltake Debuts the Versa G1/G2 Gaming PC Cases

Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions and peripherals, introduced a new entry-level mid-tower case: Versa G1 and Versa G2. It is ideal for home-computer builders and gamers, with enough space for high-end hardware and expansion. The ample ventilation options, cleanable air filter, and a perforated front bezel help to keep the entire system cool and dust-free. Versa G1/G2 also features black-finished steel construction to unify the look and advanced cable management to grant a better air flow in the chassis.

Versa G1/G2 combines a manageable frame size with extensive options to customize user's computer or gaming system. With enough room for a standard ATX motherboard, long graphic cards up to 32 cm such as the nVidia GTX690, six 3.5" (5 x internal & 1 x external), one internal 2.5" and three external 5.25" drive bays. One USB 3.0 SuperSpeed port is located on the front panel for easy access and superb transfer rate.

Designed for extensive usage, the ventilation of Versa G1/G2 makes a statement by including one 120 mm rear exhaust fan with blue LED and the option of installing up to five more 120 mm fans to help cool the components inside the chassis. The front bezel is perforated for maximum air intake, along with the cleanable air filter helps to reduce dust in the system; ensuring users equipment is efficiently cooled and reliable.

Additionally, cables can be neatly tucked inside the case. Users can keep the system organized and the airflow unobstructed as seen through transparent window panel.
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6 Comments on Thermaltake Debuts the Versa G1/G2 Gaming PC Cases

This is actually not mind-bogglingly fugly... kudos the Thermaltake.
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They're the same chassis with different front panels. I like them: simple, clean designs with good cooling.

I'm glad that Thermaltake decided not to enter into the "my chassis is uglier than your chassis" competition.
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Why dont they add some kind of cable management
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Seriously, what the hell's going on? All these respectable companies have been coming out with ugly as sin cases and now Thermaltake bring out a decent looking case, of all people?

There's something afoot here...I'm sure of it.
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Bunchies said:
Why dont they add some kind of cable management
coz its entry level case, so they offer basic things
if you want more features you should take mid or high level that more expensive :toast:
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well true but i dont see why they cant just punch out a hole next to the psu just to make it look cleaner
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