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Thermaltake Versa N21 Black Edition Translucent Window Panel SPCC ATX Mid Tower Computer Chassis CA-1D9-00M1WN-00
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- Translucent Panel and Concept: Designed for gamer, the glossy black front/top panels deliver stylish images. The heightened foot-stands at the bottom help enhance airflow, and a triangular transparent side window offers a direct view of the inner system.
- Tool-free Design: The innovative 5.25" & 3.5" tool-free drive bay design minimized the hassles of installation/removal. The trio drive bay concept of "1 + 4 + 1" offers a good ratio for accessories and storage devices.
- Hidden I/O Ports: The top-front panel features one USB 3.0 data transfer port along with two standard USB 2.0 ports as well as HD microphone and headset jacks to grant direct access when needed.
- Optimized Ventilation: A pre-installed 120mm rear exhaust fan and 2 optional 120mm intake fans with an integrated dust filter optimize system ventilation.
- More: Pre-mounted holes support motherboards up to standard ATX. CPU cooler installations with up to 160mm radiator at the top and 250mm long graphic cards are supported.
- Warranty: 3 Years.
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|Item Dimensions||18.2 x 20.2 x 8.5 in||23 x 23 x 12 in||7.8 x 21.2 x 19.3 in||8.2 x 18.5 x 17.8 in||8.26 x 17.52 x 16.06 in||8.6 x 19.7 x 16.9 in|
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Versa N21 Black SPCC Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case
- Gaming-Oriented Concept: Built for gamers by gamers, the glossy black finish with translucent Top/Front panels and triangular shaped side window.
- Supports both USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports with HD Audio ports for convenient top/front panel access
- Storage Supported: Tool-free 5.25” / 3.5” ODD/HDD for easy installation, SSD mounting supported with “Hidden” SSD mount behind MB Tray
- Easy I/O Location: Top-front panel features grant easy access for USB devices and audio.
- Optimized Ventilation: Preinstalled 120mm rear fan with optional fan locations on Top and Front panels.
- Warranty: 3 Years
Experience a balance of budget and building with the Thermaltake Versa N21 Mid Tower Chassis. Perfect for the first build or the next, this affordable chassis provides exceptional cooling performance, tool-free installation and options for air and liquid cooling configurations. Designed with translucent front and top tinted panels, keep up airflow with custom side ventilation from top to bottom with the Versa N21.
- Case Type: ATX Mid Tower Chassis
- Case Dimension (H x W x D): 20.2” x 8.5” x 18.2”
- M/B Type: ATX (12.0" x 9.6"), MicroATX (9.6" x 9.6"), Mini-ITX (6.7" x 6.7")
- Side Panels: Window
- Supports Standard PS2 Power Supply
- External Bay: 1x 5.25", 1x 3.5 (Floppy)
- Internal Bay: 3x 3.5" or 2.5" (HDD Cage), 1x 2.5" (M/B Tray) - Hidden
- Expansion Slots: 7
- Front I/O Panel: 1x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0 1x Headphone, 1x Mic Ports
- Rear (exhaust) : (1) 120 x 120 x 25 mm
- CPU Cooler Height: 160mm
- VGA Length: 250mm
2 x 120mm
2 x 120mm
1 x 120mm
Radiator Configurations: (Optional)
1 x 120mm or 1 x 240mm
1 x 120mm
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Top customer reviews
I simply love the way this case looks. The two-tone color makes the white really pop. The front panel also has a transparent bottom half and the top panel also has a transparent section as well. If you add LED fans (which I did), it really shines through. I especially love that it gives the case a different look when it’s on versus when it’s off. I decided to go with blue Riing fans similar to what is shown on Amazon. I know some people don’t like top I/O ports, but I actually quite like it. It leaves a very stream lined look to the front of the case. No extra buttons or ports to ruin the beautiful design. The tilt on the case helps it to look even more different than what everyone else has.
The inside is a relatively standard chassis. You have fan support for 120mm in the front, top, and rear. I installed 2 blue Riing fans in the front and one in the rear. For the top, I ended up installing a 240mm AIO. I went with Thermaltake’s Water 3.0 Extreme. I have an old Water 2.0 from before and didn’t run into any issues so I decided to give the Water 3.0 a go. PSU and motherboard installation was pretty standard. There are also lots of holes to route your cable management so no issues there either. I used up all 3 3.5” drive bays (1 SSD and 2 HDD). On the back plate you can mount an additional 2.5” drive, but I decided to go with the 3 x 3.5” slots since I like how it fills up that area of the case. Having empty spots just doesn’t look right to me. Although the 5.25” drive bays are empty because I didn’t feel the need for optical drives. I haven’t had to use a CD or DVD in a long while. Still nice to have in case I ever decide to add more USB ports or fan controller or whatever. I had no issues installing a GTX 970. The specs say has a VGA limitation of 250mm, but there’s actually plenty of room. I can see an issue if you were mounting the card on the bottom of your motherboard that it may hit the HDD cage, but if you mount using the top PCI-E slot, you have no issue. I actually had plenty of room to spare so you could even go with a GTX 980 TI. The overall build quality is above what I expected. The metal wasn’t very pliable like some other low end cases I’ve built.
For $60, you really can’t go wrong with this case. It looks amazing, building was simple, and can’t really find any flaws.
Fans that I got for this case
-Wire management could be better, it feels a little cramped in the back and there aren't that many places to hide the cabling
-No rubber Grommets to hide the cables in the back, it's not a deal killer, but it definitely kills the clean look if that's what your'e into
-1 Fan, I recommend buying more case fans to stay safe, especially if you go the AMD or Overclocking route
-All mounting hardware is included, standoffs are preinstalled, actually a pretty nice touch on Thermaltake's side
-PCIE shields are of the stamped pop out kind, you can't put them back on once they're off
-Plastic hinges for the front 'door' makes me a bit nervous carrying the case, I haven't broken them, but they definitely will give away if you accidentally carry the case via the hinged 'door'
Now don't be turned off by this, this is definitely a great valued computer case for under 60 dollars! However, please understand those limitations I stated above. Aesthetically speaking, this case actually has a very fulfilling look to it. The pictures and video don't really do it any justice, I can tell you personally that the mat color sides and the plastic front do a very good job at complementing each other and that the front DOES NOT look overly shiny and cheap as seen in review videos. In spite of cutting corners, the folks at Thermaltake definitely out did themselves this time around.
Edit: Corrected a mistake where I said I couldn't mount the SSD in the 3.5" drive bay. There should be some holes that line up to permit mounting an SSD. Thanks for the comments!
This is my first build and still waiting for the parts to arrive. No regrets.
Oh, and you can install a big GPU there will be enough space.
Will update once the build is complete.
:::: Update ::::
Cable management isn't the best, I was in a rush when I've done it, there are better choices out there.
However, the case turns just fine.
So, if you are on budget it will be a great case for you.
one pic is attached, hope it will help your decision. :)