|Item model number||CA-1D4-00S1NN-00|
|Item Weight||7.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 7.8 x 16.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||15 x 7.8 x 16.2 inches|
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Thermaltake Versa H15 SPCC Micro ATX Mini Tower Computer Chassis CA-1D4-00S1NN-00
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- Ideal for home-computer builder Intel & AMD PC systems
- Perforated top panel build for optimized heat ventilation and rapid air intake
- Equipped with 1 x 120mm rear turbo fan with optional 2 x 120mm intake fan.
- Capable of building up a high end solution with 240mm radiator liquid cooling system with long graphic card.
- Thermaltake quality assurance with 3 year warranty and customer service
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Micro-ATX Gaming Chassis
Thermaltake new Versa H15 micro case is ideal for home-computer builders and gamers, creating enough space for high-end hardware and expansion. 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.
- 1 Accessible 5.25" + 3 Hidden 3.5" or 2.5"
- One 120mm Black Rear Fan Included
- Support Mini ITX, Micro ATX Motherboard
- USB 3.0 x 1, USB 2.0 x 1, HD Audio x 1
- Max CPU Cooler Height: 155mm
- Max VGA Length: 315mm
Tool-Free Drive Bay Design
The innovative 5.25” & 3.5” tool-free drive bay design minimized the hassles of installation/removal. The dual drive bay concept of “1 + 2” offers a good ratio for accessories and storage devices. 1 Accessible 5.25" + 3 Hidden 3.5" or 2.5".
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.
Preinstalled 120mm Rear Fan
One 120mm rear fan preinstalled. Together with two 120mm front fan (not included) as well as two 120mm fans mounted on the top (not included) to optimize the system cooling performance for extreme airflow.
Complete System on the Go
Users are capable of building a 240mm radiator liquid cooling system at front and top. Versa H15 protects user’s hardware and increase CPU’s overclocking potential. Most importantly, to delivers outstanding cooling efficiency in the entire chassis.
|Smart White||Smart White RGB||TR2||TR2 Bronze||Smart Pro RGB Bronze||Touphpower Grand RGB Gold|
|Available Output Capacity (Wattage)||500, 600, 700||500, 600, 700||430, 500, 600||500, 600, 700||650, 750, 850||650, 750, 850|
|Modular Type||Non Modular||Non Modular||Non Modular||Non Modular||Fully Modular||Fully Modular|
|Fan Type||120mm Fan||120mm 256 Color RGB LED Fan||120mm Fan||120mm Fan||140mm 256 Color RGB LED Fan||140mm 256 Color RGB LED Fan|
|Fan Speed Controlled by||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|LED Fan Light Controlled by||N/A||Button||N/A||N/A||Button||Button|
|Smart Zero Fan Controlled by||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||Button||Button|
|80 Plus Certified||White||White||N/A||Bronze||Bronze||Gold|
|Dimension||5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 5.51"(D)||5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 5.51"(D)||5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 5.51"(D)||5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 5.51"(D)||5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 6.69"(D)||5.91"(W) x 3.39"(H) x 6.30"(D)|
|Warranty||5 Year||5 Year||5 Year||5 Year||7 Years||10 Years|
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Experience a balance of budget and building with the Thermaltake Versa H15 M-ATX Tower Chassis. Perfect for the first build or the next one, this affordable chassis provides exceptional cooling performance, tool-free installation and options for air and liquid cooling configurations. Designed for maximum ventilation from top to bottom the Versa H15 is a great choice, at the right price.
- Micro Computer Chassis
- Material: SPCC
- Motherboard Compatibility: Mini ITX / Micro ATX
- 120mm Black Rear Fan Pre-installed
- 3 year warranty
- 1 x 5.25”
- 3 x 3.5” or 3 x 2.5”
- Expansion Slots: 4
Top Panel I/O Ports:
- USB 3.0 x 1
- USB 2.0 x 1
- HD Audio x 1
- Front: 2 x 120mm
- Top: 2 x 120mm
- Rear: 1 x 120mm
- Front: 1 x 120mm, 1 x 240mm
- Top: 1 x 120mm, 1 x 240mm
- Rear: 1 x 120mm
Dimension & Weight:
- 15” x 7.8” x 16.2” (H x W x D)
- 7.71 lb
- Max CPU Cooler Height: 155mm
- Max VGA Length: 315mm
- Max PSU Length: 160mm
- Max ODD Length: 150mm
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Amazon or Thermaltake should replace all of it!
Took an old system which was in a Rosewill THOR (MASSIVE FULL TOWER) cleaned everything and brought it down effectively to a smaller platform.
- Pretty solid and classy feel
- Clean lines
- A few small things to make you smile like the fact that button bezel doesn't move when you remove the front panel (Try installing a radiator without it...... HUGE bonus)
- Great airflow
- Lots of fan mounting options
- Actual Hard Drives can only go in 1 way to the removable cage (Cable Management OCD :( )
- Long video cards can hit the upright, had to put a couple spacers on the standoffs to let video card "click-in"(Note this is on the same plane as the motherboard,) ie, the upright is 1mm too tall.... if case is laid on its side.
- There should be a bigger Cable management "Bung" towards the top of the motherboard
- The cable Management should also have slightly larger "holes" for many items.
Don't let the cons scare you, this case is an awesome deal, and the best I've ever used for under $50
Today''s review is about an mATX model that is well built, quite attractive and includes a courtesy dust filter. This case will last a long time and surely protect the equipment which it contains... but that is the extent of all the positives.
Before I start my professional dissertation, I want to alert all readers, that I will NOT accept an apology from Thermaltake. Sure, they will have their Asian product manager (with ZERO influence over their engineering team) repeatedly bow and sip down his herbal tea, as he writes his humble sincerest apologies.. in Gawd awful broken English.
All bad manufacturers do this because it's cheaper to hire that guy than actually fix the issues.
THERMALTAKE... ::tap tap tap on microphone::: fix your mistakes or get OUT OF THIS BUSINESS!
I cannot fathom why Thermaltake is still making the same mistakes on their new cases (mostly by re-using designs invented 30 years ago that was never great even on the old product) and forcing us to endure this insult on today's components.
- HUGE ERROR #1 - How many of you builders plan to install an SSD in your new awesome rig? Gook luck with that.
I began the process by locating their vertically oriented removable 3.5 inch HDD cage. The cage can be easily removed when you remove two thumb screws. It then slides up and out. Please note, this cage also comes with quick mount slide rails... that REFUSE TO FIT any SSD.
Whatever! Next, I located some mounting holes on the side of this cage. And though you can remove the cage , hopefully making it easier to handle, good luck threading the black screws into black metal within dark holes (takes an eternity, it's like threading a needle)
Even if you manage to get one SSD mounted (I needed to mount two).... good luck with getting the SATA and power cables connected. This is because the HDD cage is seated too close to the access case panel. Even if you fit ANY drive into this cage (SSD or HDD) the wires from the power supply and the Sata cables will most likely rub against the door panel when you try to close up the case. Or worse, it will NOT allow you to close it all. And if you turn the drives downward, the mounting is equally difficult.
Imagine buying a 2017 car, taking it home and once you are inside, the doors will not close... because your body is in the way. (If you are thinking THERMALTAKE engineers are drinking from lead tainted water, maybe they are!)
Thermaltake likes to think they are clever. They want you to believe you get more bang for the buck. Let's review another clever disaster inside this case. Just forward of the motherboard area, a second platform rises slightly above the motherboard. It appears to be another SSD or HDD mounting solution. However, to do so, you must remove yet another access panel. Then to begin the mounting process... you must hold the case steady.. match the SSD to the holes inside the case... all the while you maneuver each screw and your screwdriver... into a dark, awkward space.
Guess how many times I dropped the screws... or the case slipped my grip? Again, what retards does THERMALTAKE HIRE to engineer this garbage? I can think of about half a dozen case makers, that have semi-automatic mounting for SSDs. Snap in Snap out. Must I name them all?
HUGE ERROR #2 - a whole slew off motherboard mounting nightmares. (Thermaltake is not the only OEM guilty of these next mistakes.) When I removed the case panel, I saw that this model did NOT have pre-mounted standing posts. Just the holes... and a bag with posts and screws. Even worse, the screws that fit the posts were the worst kind and quality. (Fact: Most case OEMs have been including the basic 6 posts permanently pre-mounted for mATX boards.)
My efforts began with carefully eyeing the motherboard to ascertain post positions relative to the case holes. Then I tried to screw the posts in by hand, but most would not turn beyond 1/4. My trusty hex driver then helped complete this task. Warning: screw a post too tight, they snap, too loose, they will not become a problem until you have to remove the board. (They seriously complicate the removal process )
More insulting, the screws that fit inside the posts are machine screws. This is another HUGE mistake. Machine screws are NEVER hex head, so if they strip, you're out of luck getting them back out. (And they strip real easy.) And these screws were black. Does Thermatake think black is the new orange? Black screws are almost invisible against modern motherboards. Now try finding them when they escape into an all black case.
ANOTHER INSULTING ERROR .... (all the CASE MAKERS continue to make) --. The front panel wires are all black, no color coding. In addition, the power LED wires are separated to single wires. This makes connecting them to motherboard again, like threading a needle. I have NOT SEEN A MOTHERBOARD in TEN YEARS that REQUIRES THAT YOU SEPARATE THE LED POWER wires on the motherboard Front Panel connector. This wire should be just like the PWR and HDD, with positive and negative wires fused together.
My SSD drives are heavy and I am not sure using double siding mounting tape will hold up over time. Still thinking on how I will mount them. As this client needs the case urgently, I cannot send it back. But will I EVER buy another Thermaltake case again? Doubtful.
So... why all the positive reviews? Probably from new builders who do not KNOW that way better quality products are available on the market.
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