Thermaltake Versa N21 Case Review

Final Thoughts for the Thermaltake N21 Mid-tower Case

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I have to admit. I asked to review the Thermaltake Versa N21 especially for a build that I have been planning. I looked at over a hundred different cases before I chose this one and I could have chosen one that cost more money, but this one had the look I needed. It had the appeal, the shape, the color and the theme that I was looking for.

The inside of the case is sprayed very well and is completely black in every nook and cranny unlike most cases of this price point. The body is classy but I wished that they had made those two vents on the side serviceable instead of just plastic see through mini panels. If you plan on building a basic build or an amateur or maybe even a professional Mod on a budget this case is definitely one to check into. Other than the knock-out PCI covers in the back and the low circulation, which both can be fixed easy enough, this case really is a nice case that can compete with the more expensive cousins.

I think what I liked about it the most was the well thought out exterior of the case. The windows were all in the right places front, top and sides. Well, the side panel takes a little getting used to but I got a remedy for that as well.

While this is a Sub $60.00 dollar US case it really is a great buy for the money. It has everything that a Modder or novice builder needs to complete a project that can be really show quality. Overall in the budget build class of cases, this case gets a solid 8 out of 10.

Pros:
– Stylish Body Panels
– Easy to build in
– Well Manufactured
– Well engineered Chassis

Cons
– Low Ventilation
– Door Can be a Con if you don’t like them
– Only one USB 3.0 slot with a blank at the top.
– Knock-out blank PCI Slots in the back

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