Monday, August 24th 2020

Thermaltake Intros Versa T25 Tempered Glass Case

Thermaltake today introduced the Versa T25 TG (model: CA-1R5-00M1WN-00). This ATX mid-tower case is characterized by a tempered glass front panel that conceals two large intake fan vents, and a tempered glass panel over the left side. Inside, the case features a typical horizontally partitioned layout, with the upper compartment serving up room for graphics cards up to 30 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 150 cm in height. The PSU bay in the bottom compartment offers up to 16 cm room, which can be extended to 20 cm by removing the drive cage.

Storage options include two 3.5-inch/2.5-inch bays in a detachable drive cage in the bottom compartment, and two 2.5-inch drive mounts. Ventilation options include two 200 mm front intakes, which can be made to hold either two 200 mm fans, or two 140 mm fans, or three 120 mm fans; two 140/120 mm top exhausts; and a 120 mm rear exhaust. A 120 mm fan at the rear comes included with the case, and factory-fitted. Front panel connectivity includes two USB 2.0 ports, a USB 3.x type-A port, and HDA jacks. The case measures 416 mm x 210 mm x 480 mm (HxWxD). The company didn't reveal pricing.
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10 Comments on Thermaltake Intros Versa T25 Tempered Glass Case

#1
Caring1
They may as well change their name to Thermalbake because of all the glass doored ovens they make.
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#2
Searing
I like the updated look, I wasn't a fan of PSU cutouts. I do think 150mm is not enough for an air cooler, should be 160mm of clearance, everyone is pushing water cooling, but all water cooling is way overpriced. Especially in Canada. The Arctic 240mm Rad is just $80 Euro or $100 USD but $170 CAD.
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#3
biffzinker
btarunr
Front panel connectivity includes two USB 2.0 ports,
Who’s using USB 2.0 on there front panel in this day, and age? Seems like an outdated choice for front panel connectivity.
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#4
TheDeeGee
biffzinker
Who’s using USB 2.0 on there front panel in this day, and age? Seems like an outdated choice for front panel connectivity.
It's not even on the front panel.

Designers keep failing hard at this.

USB and such should be on the front, not the top.
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#5
ZoneDymo
man, all this feedback and they still just make these sufficating cases, guess there are still a lot of uninformed gamers out there sadly
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#6
bonehead123
TheDeeGee
It's not even on the front panel.

Designers keep failing hard at this.

USB and such should be on the front, not the top.
^^THIS^^

And to make things worse, this case STILL has no USB-C port(s) - an absolute, automatic no buy for me ..:mad:..:cry:
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#7
trom89
Front and side glass panel = no airflow. I think they replaced all the engineers at thermaltake to RGB designers...
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#8
micropage7
trom89
Front and side glass panel = no airflow. I think they replaced all the engineers at thermaltake to RGB designers...
actually it's their selling point, not only thermaltake but many brands just selling the looks since the market loves it
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#9
Turmania
trom89
Front and side glass panel = no airflow. I think they replaced all the engineers at thermaltake to RGB designers...
What engineers? They never need it as they just copy others.
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#10
panzar
How is this tempered glass case? Its a steel case with tempered glass window, or side panel tbh.
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