Choosing a good case for your new PC build might be a stressing operation, you need to be very careful about the size and the ventilation options available and whether it’s going to fit your huge graphics card and motherboard or not.
In this post, I cover 3 budget-friendly PC cases from the same manufacturer “Thermaltake”, pay close attention to the 3 of them because they might look the same with tiny differences between each of them.
Keep in mind that none of these cases is beautifully designed, so step away if you care too much about design, these cases tend to be more about being budget-friendly.
However, some of these cases come with transparent windows which can make the design slightly better by adding RGB lights to them.
Thermaltake Versa H15
The Thermaltake versa h15 comes with one preinstalled 120mm rear fan and a perforated top panel as well as the front panel to enhance airflow.
More space for your build
Thermaltake Versa H17
The versa h17 also comes with a preinstalled 120mm rear fan just like the other two cases.
The front side of the versa h17 has an intake fan which doesn’t do a great job cooling the interior components.
One reviewer suggests that you should get this case only if you’re not a gamer because of the bad airflow in this case.
Easy cable management
AIO liquid cooling compatible
No transparent side panel or window.
Lack of dust filters.
Front side air cooling is very bad.
Thermaltake Versa H18
The versa h18 also comes with a preinstalled 120mm rear fan
Thermaltake Versa H15 vs H18
The front side of each one is similar, both cases have a perforated mesh panel at the front.
The position of the USB ports and the power button is at the top of the h15 whereas it’s at the side of the h18.
They both have a transparent window on the side and a perforated mesh at the top of each case.
Need more airflow? Both cases have heighted foot-stands to let more airflow to your components.
Thermaltake Versa H15 vs H17 vs H18
- The versa h17 & h18 are both heavier than the versa h15 by 1 kg.
- Both versa h17 & h18 support radiators of the same size (280mm), unlike versa h15 which supports smaller radiators (240mm).
- If you care too much about the depth of the case then the versa h15 has more depth than both versa h17 & h18.
- The h18 is better than the h17 in terms of airflow.
- All of the three cases come with a preinstalled 120mm rear fan.