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Thermaltake Intros Versa H34 and H35 Cases

Thermaltake has just added two new cases to their Versa Series, the H34 and H35 mid-towers. These cases are designed specifically for gamers and home-computer builders. Both cases feature a modular drive rack design that give you more than enough room for high-end hardware and design.

Thermaltake Versa H34

To ensure a smooth gaming experience and prolong the life of components, the Versa H34 and H35 incorporate perforated panels, built-in removable dust filters, and a raised foot-stand to allow clean air intake and rapid heat dissipation. The transparent side window draws attention to the chassis’s inner workings. Innovative “2+3″ 5.25″ and 3.5” modular drive design with tool-free drive tray installation enables flexibility when setting up storage solutions, maximizes internal space, and minimizes hassles.

Thermaltake Versa H35

Stress-free Cable Management: A wide cable routing gap for easy cable management and hiding cables behind the motherboard tray facilitates building and tinkering (upgrades), reduces wire entanglement, and provides better airflow and dust management. Additionally, water tube holes with rubber grommets are used to support external liquid cooling systems.

Optimized Ventilation: Both models are equipped with two 120mm turbo fans, which spin up to 1000RPM, capable of drawing in fresh air and extracting hot air. For gamers with extreme ventilation needs, 120mm and 140mm pre-mounted holes can support up to eight fans in total.

Complete System on the Go: Users can build a complete high-end solution, supporting up to a 360mm radiator liquid cooling system along with a long graphic card. The Versa H34 and H35 protect users’ hardware and increase the CPU’s overclocking potential. Most importantly, outstanding cooling efficiency is delivered throughout the entire case.

For more information, visit the product pages of Versa H34 and Versa H35.

Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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