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Thermaltake V4 Black Edition SECC/Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case VM30001W2Z (Black )
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- Fully black-coated interior.
- High opening-ratio front mesh design to accelerate cool air intake.
- One included 120mm Blue LED rear exhaust fan with ability to upgrade to up to 4 fans.
- Massive expandability:10 drive bays (4 x 5.25" ODD bays, 1 front accessible 3.5" bay, 4 internal 3.5" HDD bays, 1 internal 2.5" SSD )
- Thermal-friendly bottom PSU mounting allows for efficient heat removal and isolation.
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- Brand Name: Thermaltake
- Model Number: VM30001W2Z
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Hardware Platform: PC
- Form Factor: Mid Tower
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Not everyone need to have a $3000 gaming PC in order to enjoy great gaming experience and game titles. Thermaltake V4 Black Edition Value-Grade Performanced-Minded mid tower chassis is the foundation for just the right balance of performance and value. Subtle yet powerful exterior design with fully black-coated interior will take on every thing that you throw at it. Latest CPU? High-end graphic card(s)? No problem, with its included ultra-silent 120mm Blue LED rear exhaust fan and a full array of optional (up to 4 fans) fan slot, V4 Black Edition can pratically take on anything you throw at it. Full-range of optical disk drives bay and hard disk drive bays (not to mention the advanced 2.5" SSD - Solid State Disk drive) gives you tons of upgrade abilities. Uncompromised compatibilty including Micro ATX and Standard ATX motherobards, as well as latest I/O ports such as two Hi-Speed USB 2.0 and a pair of High-Definition Audio ports conveniently located on the front of the chassis. Don't build your next budget gaming PC with a budget chassis, get the Value-Performance V4 Black Edition from Thermaltake.
Top Customer Reviews
The case itself is fairly sturdy, but the side of the case is too easy to open and too hard to close. If you lose the screw or are frequently opening your case, like I do, you will find this case slightly annoying at times. It is not a deal breaker in my opinion, and for such a low price, it is a good deal.
The space usage is pretty good. I enjoyed installing the motherboard for the most part, and the drive bays have easy access. The one annoyance I have to point out is the initial install of the DVD drive bay was very confusing. The front of the case has covers on each slot, and it is not very easy to remove a cover. I broke one of the covers trying to get it off!
The top drive bay also gets in the way of the top fan slot, so you cannot use both at the same time. The power supply area is at the bottom, which is great for heat dispersal and cord management, but some large power supply units may not fit in this box due to the design of the groove in which the unit sits. I barely fit mine into it, and I had to struggle with it for about five minutes.
Overall, everything fits fairly well into this case, and the design is fairly nice-looking, and I like the fan. However, there are many small annoyances which may keep me from recommending this case for a hardcore PC gamer or anyone who wants to install extra fans or an extra large power supply.
There is only a filter on the power supply and it is on the INSIDE which means the only way to clean it would be to remove the power supply. Who came up with that idea. So, I use a vacuum to suck the dust and cat hair from the filter. The other intakes I have made some "redneck" DIY filters to do the job. Exhaust fans do not need filters.
The drive bays are fine but the tool-less locks are cheap and they don't give you enough for all bays. There is space for 5-6 3.5 inch drives (which can be converted to 2.5 inch) and there is a 3.5 inch floppy drive bay you could place another HDD or SSD in. There are 3 5.25 inch bays for optical drives but could be converted to 3.5 inch bays. The front fan pushed air across the main drive cages. If using a large graphics card you might not be able to use all the drive bays.
I currently have a Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo CPU cooler and it clears the side of the case by about 2-3 mm. That's a nice cooler for the price and will handle overclocks on Intel CPUs to 4.4/4.5 GHz easily.
The case has sturdy construction and a very solid inside and outside paint job. I have found no jagged edges or bad construction.
In summary, I would shop around for another case if I was doing this again. This isn't a bad case but I have seen others for only $10-20 more with more features and space. This was my first computer build and was trimming the budget every place I could. In a future build I will spend about $70-100 on a case.
One down side is I can't fit my old case fans, or even the one that came with the case, on the top mounts. My memory slots are too close to the mount and they won't fit.
If you're looking for a nice simple case, that will hold a larger gaming card as well as several drives, buy this one.
After using this for a month I've found the airflow to be horrible. I put fans in all open slots, and my pc still ran hotter than my old case. Ended up buying Cooler Master HAF 912 Mid Tower ATX Case (RC-912-KKN1)