Wednesday, September 20th 2017

Thermaltake Intros Versa H18 Window Micro Case

Thermaltake today rolled out the Versa H18 Window Micro case. Characterized by a wide body and a front bezel dominated by mesh, this micro-ATX case is made of SECC steel and ABS plastic, with a prominent clear-acrylic side-panel window. Front panel connectivity includes one USB 3.0 type-A port, two USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HDA jacks. Cooling features include support for either three 120 mm or two 140 mm fans along the front; one 140 mm or 120 mm fan on the top, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. Although you can mount three 120 mm fans, there's only enough space to mount a 240 mm x 120 mm or 280 mm x 140 mm radiator along the front panel.

Under the hood, the Versa H18 Window Micro features a horizontal dual-compartment layout, with the bottom compartment housing the PSU and two 3.5-inch drive bays. There are two other 2.5-inch drive mounts along the motherboard tray. The top compartment can hold micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards, with clearance for graphics cards up to 350 mm in length, and CPU coolers up to 155 mm in height. Measuring 390 mm x 205 mm x 380 mm (HxWxD), the case weighs about 4.5 kg. The case is expected to be priced around $50.
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7 Comments on Thermaltake Intros Versa H18 Window Micro Case

#1
dj-electric
There's next to 0 innovation among case makers these days.
It saddens me.

Also, Asus H110M-R. That's the absolute cheapest, and most horribly designed LGA1151 board of them all. That really shows low effort in presentation
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#2
Dimi
I do not see a Type C USB in the front? No 280mm rad support on the top. No removable dust filters... I'm really tempted to design my own case because this is all garbage.
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#3
fredz77
I looked at the ad and almost jumped for joy, until I saw and read the photos and specifications. Why insist on making a low ceiling for only 1 fan, no space for radiator? Why do they insist on making the leaked front to accumulate dust to make it visible?
I still have hope in an update of the corsair 350D with cover psu, without bays for dvd and with tempered glass. We have perfect cases like Phanteks Enthoo evolv and Fractal Defini mini C, but are not sold in Brazil
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#4
Dimi
fredz77, post: 3727778, member: 87434"
I looked at the ad and almost jumped for joy, until I saw and read the photos and specifications. Why insist on making a low ceiling for only 1 fan, no space for radiator? Why do they insist on making the leaked front to accumulate dust to make it visible?
I still have hope in an update of the corsair 350D with cover psu, without bays for dvd and with tempered glass. We have perfect cases like Phanteks Enthoo evolv and Fractal Defini mini C, but are not sold in Brazil
No shit, i have the 350D too but i want a few extra features like usb type c front connector, top dust cover (magnetic) and no 3.5 inch drive bays.
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#5
kn00tcn
Dj-ElectriC, post: 3727609, member: 87186"
There's next to 0 innovation among case makers these days.
It saddens me.
this exact company is one of the innovators



are they not allowed to make a low price low end case?
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#6
Readlight
I love it i wonder how hard drives cools and how ssd mounts. Mybe it needs more silver.
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#7
micropage7
from outside looks good but no in detail, that pci placement, and the steel looks thin
TT should use better material and better design. too bad they cant do better
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