With Thermaltake quality at a budget-friendly price, the Thermaltake Versa I ATX mid tower case blurs the line between premium and affordable. Black external coating evokes a sense of high quality. Ventilated front panel together with side and top air mesh increases overall air flow and stylish aesthetics. ATX motherboard and high end graphic cards of up to 12.5”/32cm can be populated in this Mid tower case. Complete with bottom placed PSU design and USB 3.0 connectivity (via internal header), the Versa I shows all why users turn to Thermaltake for their case solution.
Don't buy this enclosure
Pros: Great 120x120x25 fan support-especially for the HDD bay, Five HDD bays, Three ODD bays, the fourth ODD bay is taken up with front power/reset/USB cabling. Holds an ATX board nicely
Cons: Front honeycomb intake interferes with the HDD 120x120x25 fan. Thermaltake must not have even installed a 120x120x25 fan to test this design because the bottom of the honeycomb intake has a 6 mm lip that protrudes right into the fan blades. Good thing I know how to use a coping saw to eliminate that so the fan will work. Then I'll have to dress up the big hole in the bottom of the honeycomb intake. I just love redesigning someone else's work. Also there are slots for a bottom dust screen but none is included and none is available on the Thermaltake website.
Other Thoughts: You get what you pay for. I am really fed up with manufacturers who dump untested products on an unsuspecting consumer. I will start researching manufacturers who have renounced the whole designed obsolescence way of doing business.
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“Front honeycomb intake interferes with the HDD 120x120x25 fan. Thermaltake must not have even installed a 120x120x25 fan ...”— Gigabyteguy 1/1/2013