Thermaltake Versa H18 Micro-ATX Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 8 months ago
A Closer Look – Exterior
The Versa H18 isn’t the most ambitious design in the world. If anything, it takes pretty much every idea from existing products. That’s no bad thing though, it’s a pretty safe design that you know is going to work. It’s got great ergonomics thanks to the mATX design too, of course, that limits your motherboard size, but it does mean a much more compact chassis overall. With the side panel window, you’ll be able to show off your build too.
The right side panel is pretty much just that, a side panel. It’s mounted with a pair of thumbscrews for easy access though.
The front panel is pretty interesting. The main I/O is tucked into the top right, but the rest of the panel offers up a huge amount of airflow. There are no pre-installed fans, but with room for 120/140mm fans, or even up to a 280mm radiator, it’s perfect for mounting a big AIO for your system.
Up top, a little bit more airflow comes from a 120/140mm fan mount and dust filter.
The dust filter is magnetic, so it’s easy to get in there and clean, and will also so debris dropping into your system.
Again, no big surprises around the back either, with a pre-installed 120mm exhaust fan, four expansion slots and the PSU mount.
Finally, one the base of the chassis you’ll find four sturdy feet. The extra ground clearance means that the PSU dust filter can get plenty of airflow too. It’s a standard mesh filter that clips in, nothing fancy, but it’ll get the job done.