Thermaltake Introduces Versa H26 Tempered Glass Chassis

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅29.03.2018 15:08:56

Thermaltake introduces an entry-level chassis for enthusiasts and gamers with a tempered glass window the Thermaltake Versa H26 chassis. It offers a great balance of aesthetics and great hardware support with a spacious interior for easy cable management, custom liquid cooling solutions and high-performance graphics setups. The Versa H26 is perfect for an advanced gaming setup that's friendlier to the budget.

Thick 4mm Tempered Glass Window
The Versa H26 sports a 4mm thick left tempered glass panel offering a durable window and display your build with crisp clarity.

Optimized View and Airflow
The Versa H26 allows you to flaunt your prized hardware with ease with the enlarged glass window. The mesh front panel and perforated top panel offers efficient airflow for any high-performance gaming setup.

Expansive Front I/O Ports
The Versa H26 parts plenty of connectivity ports on the front I/O including two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0 ports along with the headphone and microphone jacks.

Easy Cable Management
The Versa H26 sports a plethora of cable management options to hide and route cables with ease at the spacious rear. The routing holes come with rubber grommets to easily hide cables and seal the chamber for efficient airflow.

Superior Hardware Support
The Thermaltake Versa H26 chassis supports up to ATX motherboard form factor and dual graphics cards of up to 310mm long. Supports CPU coolers up to 160mm in height and can house up to five 2.5-inch drives or three 3.5-inch drives. The Versa H26 can also house up to a 360mm radiator on its front for either all-in-one or custom liquid cooling solutions.

For more information, visit the Thermaltake Versa H26 chassis product page here. No information on pricing and availability as of this writing.

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