I would like to thank Thermaltake
for supplying the review sample.
The Thermaltake V250 TG ARGB was launched at the beginning of 2020, offering clean looks and a slew of ARGB fans right out of the box. It is being pitched as a mass-market option for both gamers and enthusiasts, as part of the V-Series of cases with all the functional elements we have come to expect from modern enclosures.
|Thermaltake V250 TG ARGB|
|Material:||Steel, plastic, and tempered glass|
|Weight:||6.06 kg / 13.36 lbs|
|Drive Bays:||2x Internal 2.5/3.5"|
2x Internal 2.5"
|6.7" x 6.7" (Mini ITX), 9.6" x 9.6" (Micro ATX), 12" x 9.6" (ATX)|
|Dimensions:||430 x 216.5x 477 mm|
|Front Fans:||3 x 120 mm (3 x 120 mm ARGB fan pre-installed, fixed 1000rpm, 27.2 dBA)|
|Rear Fans:||1 x 120 mm (1 x 120 mm regular fan pre-installed, (fixed 1000 RPM, 16 dBA))|
|Top Fans:||2x 120/2x 140 mm (optional)|
|I/O:||2x USB 2.0|
2x USB 3.0
|Fan/LED Controller:||Reset button may be used as an LED toggle for built-in PCB|
|Compatibility:||CPU Cooler: 160 mm|
GPU: 320 mm
PSU: 200 mm
Both larger sides of the box hold a picture of the chassis along with the name, while the smaller panels are where you will find a specification table on one and another picture of the case on the other side. Carrying holes should make moving the box around quite easy, and even though our sample had quite the rough ride, as you can tell by taking a look at the package (thanks, FedEx!), the enclosure made it without any damage. Fun fact: The package still employs the old Thermaltake logo for branding.
Two foam spacers hold the chassis in place, while a thin plastic bag has been added for further protection from scratches and fingerprints at the factory during packing and handling.