Yesterday, Thermaltake introduced its Core V31 enclosure, and today the company announced two more units – the Versa H34 and H35. Both of the cases are identical to the Core V31, with just a couple of aesthetic differences.
Internally, the Versa H34 and H35 have excellent layouts. You'll find room for an ATX motherboard, graphics cards up to 278 mm long (or 420 mm without the HDD cage or radiators installed), CPU coolers up to 155 mm tall, and PSUs up to 220 mm long if you don't have a bottom fan installed.
Cooling is handled by up to two front 140 mm fans, two bottom 120 mm fans, one 120 mm rear exhaust fan, and up to three top 140 mm fans. All but the bottom fan mount points support water cooling radiators, too, leading Thermaltake to award both cases the Tt LCS certification, meaning they are suitable for high-end water cooling. Of all those fan mounts, two come populated with 1000 RPM 120 mm fans, which make up to 16 dBA of noise.
The hard drive cage will house three 3.5" or 2.5" drives, and the optical drive cage will hold two 5.25" units, be that optical drives or a dual-bay water cooling reservoir. Additionally, you can install up to four 2.5" drives behind the motherboard tray, which is extra useful if you've removed the hard drive cage to make room for a large front-mounted radiator.
Two USB 3.0 ports and the usual pair of HD audio jacks handle front I/O connectivity.
Thermaltake has not announced pricing or availability.
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Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.
I've yet to build with a Thermaltake case; I think it is about time to.Reply