Thermaltake H200 TG RGB Case Review
Peter Donnell / 1 month ago
The H200 is a pretty decent looking case, albeit, it has a lot of traits we see on a lot of PC cases though. A big sheet of tempered glass down the left side gives us a view of the interior. However, it is tinted too, so it doesn’t show off the basic fittings and fixtures, which is nice.
Upon the top, you’ll find a huge magnetic dust filter. It’s fitted into a small recess too, rather than just being stuck on top.
It moves out of the way to reveal a lot of passive airflow that will allow heat out of your system. However, you can fit 2 x 120mm or 2 x 140mm fans here, or 240/280mm radiators if you so desire.
Towards the front, you’ll find the main I/O panel. On the left, there’s a master power button, reset, and an RGB controller switch. On the right, a pair of USB 3.0 ports, as well as the audio jacks.
The front panel looks fantastic, with a finish that looks both metallic and matte at the same time. It’s quite thick on the edge too, allowing for an RGB lightbar to be integrated. Plus, with that large cut-out, you get plenty of airflow from the side, and it just gives it a more unique look too. Don’t worry, I’ll show you this lit up shortly.
Around the Back
Down the right side, it’s just a solid black panel, nice and simple.
The rear of the case features a 120mm fan mount, which also allows for a small amount of height adjustment.
Below that, you’ll find seven expansion slots. They’re all reusable metal covers, which is great as I hate those awful snap-off ones.
Finally, a PSU mount at the base, pretty much as you would expect.
One pleasant surprise of this case, however, is one the bottom. The four large feet give plenty of ground clearance, and there are soft pads on all of them too. However, there’s also a full-length slide-out dust filter, allowing for loads of airflow into the lower section of the case.