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Thermaltake WingRS 201 VJ60001N2Z Black SECC ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

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  • SECC ATX Mid Tower
  • USB 2.0 / Audio Front Ports
  • Side Air duct
  • 4 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 4 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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The Thermaltake VJ60001N2Z Wing RS 201 case is a mid-tower case that combines efficient design and advanced cooling technologies to pack a lot into a small package. Designed for both standard ATX motherboards as well as Micro ATX systems, the case takes a no nonsense approach in offering an inexpensive case without sacrificing features. Up to four 5.25" optical drives can be mounted along with an externally accessible 3.5" drive. Four more 3.5" drives are mounted internally with all nine drives being mountable without the need for tools.

Tool-less installation of up to seven expansion cards is easy. Air vents from the case by an ultra-quiet 120mm fan in the rear, with mountings for a similar fan provided behind the front grille. Additional openings aid airflow, including a side-panel mounted adjustable air guide for CPU cooling. Two USB 2.0 ports and audio input and output jacks are mounted on the piano black finished front for convenient access. There's a lot of growth potential packed into this small case!

  • newegg Superior Expandability with 9 Drive Bays Boasting four external 5.25" drive bays, and five 3.5” drive bays (one external and four internal), the Thermaltake WingRS 201 VJ60001N2Z provides superior expandability.
  • newegg Maximized Airflow The Thermaltake WingRS 201 VJ60001N2Z features one 120mm silent fan at the rear as well as front mesh grills, one side air duct and VGA card vent for maximized airflow.
  • newegg Tool-free Installation The tool-free design ensures quick installation and upgrade for expansion cards, 5.25" and 3.5" devices to save your time. Start enjoying computing rapidly!
  • newegg Convenient Front I/O Panel The Thermaltake WingRS 201 VJ60001N2Z features a convenient front I/O panel for easy access to two USB 2.0 ports and two audio ports.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Catherine M.
  • 5/4/2012 2:06:59 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsThere will be blood...

Pros: Inexpensive

Cons: It's inexpensive because it is very poorly made. The metal is too thin and it has punch out slots in the back. You can't remove them without bending the entire back of the case. The edges of the case were not smoothed at all. I bought two of these cases and by the time I was done assembling, I had several very deep cuts in both my hands.

The way this case deals with addon cards is a joke, there is a chunk of metal that is supposed to clamp down on the cards rather than using screws. I could not get it to go on with any cards installed.

Other Thoughts: I don't usually buy something because it is cheap, but being a Thermaltake case, I thought I'd take a chance. Big mistake.

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  • Gary M.
  • 12/13/2011 6:54:50 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsSolid Case

Pros: This Wing RS case may be a bit on the boring side in terms of looks, but it has a solid build and handles the internal guts well. This was my first tool-less case and now I wouldn't consider ever going back to the old fashioned way. The front USB ports have always worked fine and the side panel is easy to remove.

Cons: Every time I've tried the front panel headphone jack, it has been unreliable in detection and quality. Not too big of a deal as I use my Logitech speaker controller.

Other Thoughts: Not 100% sure (I've had this case a few years now) but I think I had to replace one of the stock fans at some point -- just got too noisy. Overall, this Thermaltake model is an attractive buy in terms of value, function, and modest good looks.

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  • Ocie H.
  • 10/30/2011 10:28:12 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsThermaltake Warranty Service

Pros: The WingRS 201 has a 120 mm exhaust fan at the rear. It ran quietly for almost -> 6 months <- before it began making noise when I booted the computer for the first time each day. It has been progressively worse and sounds like a bearing is going bad, so I contacted Thermaltake. They are willing to replace the fan under warranty without my sending the entire case to them.

Cons: Unfortunately, Thermaltake's warranty policy and procedure is a very thorny hurdle. I must e-mail or fax them a copy of the purchase invoice for the hardware case along with the claim form, and that is more difficult, expensive and time-consuming for me than it seems to be worth. Which is the point, I think, of their procedure.

Other Thoughts: (1) Paying more for a case with better quality fans could be worth the money.

(2) The front-panel audio wiring scheme is simply technically obsolete, and the wiring harness cannot be connected correctly to any mainboard of recent manufacture that I know of. The USB ports are also very tight and it is difficult to insert a thumb drive or flash drive.

(3) The metal side panels are thin gauge, slightly warped, and easily damaged. It can be difficult to fit one into place without laying the case on its side. But they do contribute to making it a light case that is easier to handle.

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  • Michael T.
  • 6/21/2011 12:14:30 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsTerrific Case

Pros: Breathes well, lots of airflow to keep things cool. Come with a 120mm rear fan installed with space for a second in the front between the grill and the hard drive stack. Front, rear and side ventilation. Easy to work in, no wonky little plastic "tool-less" mountings. Rugged, mostly metal, except for the face.

Cons: The front panel headphone jack on the one I received did not function. Customer said that he plugs his headphones into his speakers anyway so it was a non-item.

Other Thoughts: A good choice for a heavy office use system or file server build. I'll build with this case again!

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  • Ryan G.
  • 5/24/2011 11:03:59 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsDecent Case

Pros: More roomy on the inside that it may appear.
The screwless components actually do hold on better than i've seen in other cases.
Good ventilation options.
Generally a well constructed case.
No power supply! I have a million of these things laying around I don't need another. Thank you! Besides, most power supplies that come with cases aren't worth keeping.
Quite stock fan.
Nice look.
Not overly huge, but large enough to fit the average build. Small enough to not make a micro atx board look microscopic.
Good use of thumb screws.
Panels or really anything intending to be removed or moved is easy to work with. Panels slide out smooth, case screws are slick, breakable plates come out easily.
Some sharp edges near the front, but generally a pretty safe case.
Port plate in the back is snug on most of the port plates I have. This is good if you've ever had a loose one fall out or held in by tape.
Front USB ports are spread apart which resolves problems with over sized usb drives.

Cons: The framing is well constructed, but the side panels and the back is a little flimsy.
The back fan is so large, when installing a motherboard and the port plate in the back, it's just best to remove the fan and reinstall it after the mother board is put in.
The screw holes for the motherboards are striped, and since it's molded as part of the case, it's unlikely that those can be replaced. Careful tightening and multiple screws are the only thing that keeps your board in place.
The case does look nice, but as I sit here and look at it, the wire mess front makes me wonder if I'll have serious dust issues.
There is probably a better way to do this, but it really is easier to remove the face plates for the drive bays if you completely remove the front panel. Otherwise it's quite difficult. The tabs holding the plates in swing the opposite direction and not in your favor.
Cables for the front panels are short. Which makes taking off the panel a challenge.

Other Thoughts: I'm not a huge fan of the screwless fasteners. But, this case does seem to do it well. But because of this, it is quite painful to install expansion cards. You have to juggle trying to keep the card steady, navigate a thumb screw all while controlling the back plate. I didn't really put this as a con because I generally don't swap in and out cards once I've got my machine configured the way I want. Drives, processors, and ram - probably. But not cards.
I didn't realize the stock fan comes with some sort of light... what a waste of power. That will be replaced shortly.
I don't really like eSata, but it doesn't have one, so.. that can be a negative to some.

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  • Dean H.
  • 12/15/2010 5:47:10 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Doesn't look terrible.

Cons: Interior design and layout are terrible. Larger video cards may have trouble when hard drives are installed. The back panel also interferes with 2 slot video cards. If any expansion cards are installed the back panel cover will not install, leaving a open slot. Not ideal for dusty locations. Case fan interferes with motherboard back panel plate.

Other Thoughts: Spend a few dollars more and get something better.

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  • jacob m.
  • 11/9/2010 11:38:48 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsReview - unbiased

Pros: Nice case design, great for quickly putting together a pc.

Cons: Bad mounting positions, crummy connectors and inner tabs.

Other Thoughts: Bought this for my grand parent's computer build.
This is my 3rd build with no previous issues.
Hooked the USB panel up to the Intel board and it continuously has connectivity issues. Once the 'error' box pops up in windows non of the open usb ports will accept a new usb device.

ONLY happens when using the front ports, I don't know what the issue is. Not a driver issue, Not a MOBO issue.

Take this in to consideration before purchasing.

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  • PAUL M.
  • 9/29/2010 7:22:59 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggspoor choice

Pros: cheap

Cons: Do not use this case if you plan on using a ASUS motherboard. The included case fan is to big and hits the back of MB, had to replace fan with one I had.
In 25 years I have never seen a case with such short led connection cables! ASUS has the led pins on the corner of the MB farthest from front of case, the included wiring was so short I had to do an unprofessional install and have the wires tight cutting diagonally across the board. Looks terrible but only way to reach.
Even for a cheap case the gizmos holding the HD's in place are flimsy.

Other Thoughts: Will not buy from this mfg again.
Even for cheap they could have wiring long enough like everyone else in the industry does. I am disappointed. I had much higher expectations from Thermaltake.

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  • Brian C.
  • 8/10/2010 7:21:02 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat value case

Pros: This is not the exact case I have but it is almost identical. I bought mine in January of 2009.

I bought this case for my first build. The front is shiny and sleek. There is a blue power LED that is actually very bright. The interior of the case is easy to work with. Generally no tools are required beyond a phillips. The stock 120mm fan clips in and I was able to replace it with a new fan (aesthetics) and had no problem. I moved the old fan to the front as an intake. I also swapped a new power supply (Item #: N82E16817341022) and had no trouble fitting it in. The original was the thermaltake from the combo deal.

Overall the case is easy to work with, plenty of ventilation, nice looking, and very cheap.

Cons: I bought a micro motherboard, which was not the best choice for several reasons, and I was not able to use 2 screws. The board is still sturdy but micro is not ideal for this case.

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  • Ron C.
  • 8/8/2010 7:08:05 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggs...alright

Pros: Cooling isn't bad at all, there's a high airflow fan in the back. When you couple with an LED fan, preferably an Antec TriCool, you could get some pretty good looks out of this case.

Pretty roomy. Not that great, but not that bad. It fits a ATX motherboard, a pretty big graphics card, and a whole lot of cables. My power supply is kinda big too.

All the drives are really easy to install. You unlock it, take out the tabby, and then you shove the drive in so the holes match up. Then you put the tabby back and you lock it again.

Cons: Darn, the airflow is pretty good on that fan, but it's noisy. It makes a constant humming noise, the normal noise of a fan, except kinda loud.
it's bearable, but it could be annoying to some users.

The cable management isn't that stellar either. Nowhere to hide cables. You have to get those cable ties and attach it to the holes where you didn't install a drive, or tape it to the ceiling.

It also has some bad metal. The screws don't actually screw in the side panel, and it's not that secure to the expansion slots.

Other Thoughts: It's alright if you are creative enough with cable management, and don't mind a loud fan.

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