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Thermaltake Versa H21 Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case

Thermaltake Versa H21 Mid Tower Computer Chassis, ATX/mATX, 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x 120mm rear exhaust fan, Black

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Scan code: LN90194 Manufacturer code: CA-1B2-00M1NN-00
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Versa H21 - Mid-Tower PC Case from Thermaltake

versa h21 case

CREATE A SUPERIOR GAMING RIG Enjoy a versatile chassis with extensive customization options with the Versa H21 case from Thermaltake. This intuitive mid-tower gaming chassis allows you to create a superior system with ease. It offers a simplistic appearance with an easy cable management design and is also AIO liquid cooling compatible with ample ventilation options. Easily support all the latest PC hardware and high-end GPUs with this impressive chassis. The Versa H21 is an excellent choice for those who desire both style and easy management with advanced features in their PC.

Mid-TowerForm Factor

Micro ATX or ATXMotherboard Size

Built for Gamers and Enthusiasts


All black DesignDesigned for gamers, the perforated metal mesh front and top panel to allow quick heat dissipation and rapid air intake for maximum ventilation. The heighten foot-stands at the bottom help to enhance airflow in the case.

Make a Neat & Tidy Build


Tool-free Installation Innovative 5.25” & 3.5” tool-free drive bay design minimizes the hassle of installing/removing. The trio drive bay concept “3 + 3 + 3”, is a perfect ratio for accessory and storage devices.

Versatile Connectivity Options


Handy I/O PortsThe perforated front-top panel has implemented one data transfer SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port along with one standard USB 2.0 port, HD microphone and headset jacks, to grant direct access when needed.

Made to Stay Super Cool

4K Recording

Optimized VentilationThe Versa H21 comes with one preinstalled 120mm rear exhaust fan, and the option for 2 x 120mm intake fans to optimize system ventilation along with dust filters.

Build with your Dream Hardware

4K Recording

Convenient SupportPre-mounting holes support motherboards up to ATX size and CPU cooler installations, long graphics cards are also supported as well as Advanced Cable Management and Liquid Cooling Systems.


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Thermaltake Versa H21 Mid Tower Computer Chassis, ATX/mATX, 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x 120mm rear exhaust fan, Black is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Case for not much money. Worked perfectly for me, I really like the 3 X 3 bays 3 X 2.5", 3 X 3.5 " and 3 X 5.25". Plenty of internal space for GFX and ATX Mobo.
Date published: 2020-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great case a even better price Great case, plenty of room good cable management paths.
Date published: 2020-08-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Mid Tower Case for the price This is a nice Case for the money its only issue (In my Opinion) is though it has a grill in the top, with a ATX board you cant fit a radiator and fans as it would be in the way of any decent ram with heat spreaders on etc etc. So in my case I had to purchase a dual fan cooler for the CPU instead of using the Corsair H100 I wanted to use. Full tower of course to solve that issue
Date published: 2020-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice case, can live with minor issues I really wanted an Aerocool Aero-500, to contain my Asrock B450 / Ryzen system, but they were ‘end-of-life’. Originally, I built the system into a case I’ve had for 20 years plus, but was unhappy with the result, in particular I struggled to fill the drive bay openings, especially the 3.5 inch ones, as the floppy and Zip drives that once filled them are no longer connectable. I was also struggling with the SATA and power cables to connect hard drives with the 3.5 inch bays badly located relative to the end of a large graphics card. The Versa H21 is far more ideal in this respect. The Thermaltake Versa H21 ticks a lot of boxes: it’s cheap, has lots of drive bays for 2.5 and 3.5 inch devices opening to the side, and three 5.25 inch drive bays with potential to open at the front. Taking the cheapness first, it does mean that the steel is rather thin, and there’s a flimsy feel about it. I have a magnetic-base light that I use to see inside a case, and it wouldn’t stick to the sides or framing! (But it sticks to the outside: illogical!) So precisely what is it made of? The smaller drive bays have sleds for 2.5 and 3.5 inch devices, three of each. The 2.5 inch sleds clip in well, but when I put 3.5 inch drives in I found that the drives had to go in backwards, and the clip-in sleds were loose. I could live with the latter by using cable ties, and the former by connecting power and data from the other side of the case. This made the side panel not fit easily, and the lugs don’t engage well if there’s any pressure from inside. The 5.25 inch bays have ‘tool-free’ connectors, but on one side only. This was great for the optical drive I fitted, but no good for the USB socket and card reader combo (a 5.25 Media Dashboard), which secures with self-tapping screws into plastic. I simply don’t understand quite why anyone needs so many USB sockets round the back: I like them at the front. Another thing that gets my goat is the front panel that has one USB socket connected in such a way that it takes the full double socket on a motherboard. This case does it twice: once with one USB3, and again with one USB2. It means that I needed a PCIe USB 3 card – providing 2 more sockets on the back as well – to give me more front panel sockets! A case should have a blanking plate for relatively useless front panel connections, as you can’t leave them unconnected, or as sure as eggs is eggs in a year or two you’ll be at a loss as to why they don’t work! As for the Media Dashboard, I really wanted a SilverStone SST-FP56B, but they are ‘end of life’ at Scan, and extortionately priced at Amazon. I was disappointed that the provided case back exhaust fan was only 3 pin, but the computer runs cool and the fan (run off a motherboard pin-out) is quiet. Underneath the front fascia there is a filter panel that clips in, and fittings for two 120mm fans to attach to this inner frame are provided. There are also fitments for two 120mm exhaust fans at the top of the case. I weakened, and put them in, and although I made a mistake and ordered 3-pin fixed-speed fans the combined noise is not obtrusive. The job I hate most is plugging in the front panel switches and LEDs, because they are so fiddly. The trick is to do it before mounting the motherboard in the case! I don’t know why this connector isn’t standardized, like USB connections or front panel audio, with just one plug. USB connections once had to be individually connected, and I remember some boards that did it in an unusual way before a standard was established and they moved to the one plug solution. In the end, I was very pleased with the case, as the front looks nice and that’s all that shows, and on the inside there’s loads of room and a good layout.
Date published: 2019-12-26
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Will this case take a NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1660?

I ned to know if the graphics card listed will fit in this case as it wont in my current case.
Asked by: Technoghost
My RX580 fits perfectly.
Answered by: Pedz2000
Date published: 2020-08-21
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Thermaltake Versa H21 Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case
Thermaltake Versa H21 Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case