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Thermaltake Versa H15 Compact micro-ATX Gaming Mini Tower PC Case with Window £29.99 + £4.79 c&c / £5.48 p&p Scan
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Thermaltake Versa H15 Compact micro-ATX Gaming Mini Tower PC Case with Window £29.99 + £4.79 c&c / £5.48 p&p Scan

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Posted 20th Jun

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Product OverviewThermaltake Versa H15 Window M-ATX Gaming Chassis
Thermaltake new Versa H15 window micro case is ideal for home-computer builders and gamers. The ample ventilation options, cleanable air filter, and a perforated mesh bezel help to keep the entire system cool and dust-free. Versa H15 combines a manageable frame size with extensive options to customize user’s computer or gaming system. FeaturesBuilt for Gamers
Designed for gamers, perforated top panel build for easy heat dissipation and rapid air intake for maximum ventilation. The heighten foot-stands at the bottom help to enhance airflow. Featuring a transparent side window to offer a direct view of inner system.

Tool-free Installation
Innovative 5.25” & 3.5” tool-free drive bay design minimized the hassles of installing/removing. Dual drive bay concept “1 + 2”, a perfect ratio for accessory and storage devices.

Stress-free Cable Management
The cable routing gap provides easy cable management, hiding cables behind motherboard tray to ensure smoothness for building the chassis. Additionally, with cable routing gap, wiring tangled problem no longer exists, followed by better airflow as well as dust management instead.

Optimized Ventilation
Standard equipped with one 120mm rear turbo fans along with optional 2 x 120mm intake fans as well as 2 x 120mm exhaust fans optimizes system ventilation.

High-end Complete System on the Go
Users are capable of building up a high-end solution including a 240mm radiator liquid cooling system with long graphic card. Versa H15 protects user’s hardware and increase CPU’s overclocking potential. Most importantly, to delivers outstanding cooling efficiency in the entire chassis.
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I look at these case sizes and the low prices and I can already feel blood being drawn from my hands by sharp edges and mismatched screw holes.
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VERY few bays for HDD and SDD which puts me off. (I have a few)
I look at these case sizes and the low prices and I can already feel blood being drawn from my hands by sharp edges and mismatched screw holes.
Just built a pc with a Thermaltake h17 and very impressed with the quality for the price. Paid £27 for it.
Pokey20/06/2019 12:36

I look at these case sizes and the low prices and I can already feel blood …I look at these case sizes and the low prices and I can already feel blood being drawn from my hands by sharp edges and mismatched screw holes.


If you buy a cheapo case from an unknown brand you get ur hands cut and mostly because u are not careful. I have built so many PCs and rarely get a cut. Or use a glove. As simple as that.

This is a very decent case with loads of rounded corners and even without a glove you wont have your hands cut.
This is a nice case, fits three hard drives and a couple of SSDs IIRC. Used it to build my brother's PC. Well built. Very compact. Only downside was the optical drive not fitting as it was too deep.
wrong image of case, shows large full side window but actual one is smaller with metal around it
abhijitdash12320/06/2019 21:27

If you buy a cheapo case from an unknown brand you get ur hands cut and …If you buy a cheapo case from an unknown brand you get ur hands cut and mostly because u are not careful. I have built so many PCs and rarely get a cut. Or use a glove. As simple as that.This is a very decent case with loads of rounded corners and even without a glove you wont have your hands cut.


Er. Well... yeah.
Edited by: "Pokey" 20th Jun
This actually is a nice case, well made and well designed, especially for the price. Cooling is excellent, one (of 2) front fan mounts blows directly across the drive bay, a frequently overlooked feature. Everything is well laid out and very compact, a bit too compact for my build as I had to purchase another CPU cooler to fit.

Edit: front fans not included BTW
Edited by: "cochon" 20th Jun
I bought a £20 mATX case last, I removed all the bays inside so just PSU on bottom and I just have SSDs so i stuff those at the bottom and the cables hold them down. xD
I have the v21 case and it fits a full size 1080 in it and my runs so cool!
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