Category: Cases

Thermaltake Level 20 RS ARGB Case Review – An affordable Level 20 GT in a mid-tower format Score 90%

Thermaltake Level 20 RS ARGB Case Review – An affordable Level 20 GT in a mid-tower format

I reviewed the original Thermaltake Level 20 GT back in 2018, then the ARGB model in 2019, and I still use the original case for my work PC. If you like (really) big cases, RGB, and tempered glass, they are awesome being able to comfortably able to accommodate the most extravagant of system. The downside is that they are quite expensive, with the Level 20 GT currently selling for £214.99 on Scan. Thermaltake have now introduced a more affordable variant of this which provides a slightly different aesthetic and more importantly provides a significant drop in price, down to...

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Thermaltake H100 Tempered Glass Mid Tower PC Case – Almost identical to the H200 but with less RGB and a little cheaper Score 65%

Thermaltake H100 Tempered Glass Mid Tower PC Case – Almost identical to the H200 but with less RGB and a little cheaper

The H100 is another budget case from Thermaltake, coming in at around £5-10 cheaper than the Thermaltake H200 I reviewed back in December. Thermaltake H100 TG ATX/MATX Mid Tower PC Gaming Case Tempered Glass - Black £66.12 Buy on Amazon Thermaltake H100 vs H200 Design & Build Quality Opening up this case revealed a suspiciously familiar design, it looks almost identical to the H200 except for the RGB that ran down the full height along the side of the front panel has now been reduced to a slither of a strip along the bottom that is static blue. Looking...

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Thermaltake H200 Tempered Glass Case Review – An attractive budget case with a RGB Light Strip Score 80%

Thermaltake H200 Tempered Glass Case Review – An attractive budget case with a RGB Light Strip

Thermaltake have a LOT of case designs that cover all budgets and I would be surprised if you can’t find a case from the company that fits your requirements. Today we have the Thermaltake H200 which is one of the many affordable options I have reviewed from them this year. This costs just £64.99 on Amazon, and if you are into your White built there is a Snow model for £69.98. Alternatively, if you prefer Scan, they stock both models for around the same price, but then charge delivery. Thermaltake H200 TG ATX/MATX RGB Mid Tower PC Gaming Case...

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Thermaltake S500 TG Mid-Tower Steel Chassis vs £210 A500 – Is this £100 case a better buy? Score 90%

Thermaltake S500 TG Mid-Tower Steel Chassis vs £210 A500 – Is this £100 case a better buy?

There is a common theme with Thermaltake, and that is their obsession with RGB. However, there are a few notable exceptions, one, in particular, was the A500 Full Tower which went in the opposite direction and I think it is one of the classiest looking options on the market. The problem with the A500 is that it is about £220 making it one of the most expensive mid-tower options on the market. The Thermaltake S500 could be the perfect solution, at £100 it is less than half of the price, but you are not getting half the case, from...

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Thermaltake V200 RGB Tempered Glass Case + 550W 80 PLUS PSU – Budget Build with Ryzen 5 2600 & Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 580

I reviewed the Thermaltake V200 RGB towards the end of last year, at the time it cost £79, and I classed it as a must-buy for affordable gaming. Since then priced has dropped down to just £59.99, and for just a tenner extra compared to the original price you can get the case plus 550W 80 PLUS PSU (£89.99), which is a stonker of a deal. Buy the Thermaltake V200 RGB  with 500W PSU from Scan I won’t bother reviewing the case again, it is the same as last time, but better value. As a quick recap, you get...

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Thermaltake Commander C36 TG ARGB Edition Review – 200mm ARGB and verticle GPU mount for under £100

Thermaltake is determined to make a case for every budget and requirement, I have reviewed some of their more affordable options, and some of their largest and more expensive choices. The Thermaltake Commander series builds upon this by offering six new options. Functionally they are all the same case, but with different mesh front panels that enable efficient airflow and showcase the illumination behind them. At the time of writing, there is only Scan listing most of the cases, this includes six black cases, and then two in white. All the black options cost £99.98 while the white variant...

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Thermaltake Level 20 GT Tempered Glass ARGB Full Tower PC Case Review Score 92%

Thermaltake Level 20 GT Tempered Glass ARGB Full Tower PC Case Review

In recent weeks Thermaltake has been busy releasing a selection of ARGB based products with my most recent review being the Water 3.0 360 ARGB. For the most part, these new products are refreshed versions of existing models, and this is exactly the case with the new Thermaltake Level 20 GT ARGB. I previously reviewed the Thermaltake Level 20 GT RGB back in August, and it has been one of my favourite cases to date. There are some caveats with it though, it is absolutely massive and at £250+ it is expensive, but if you are building a high-end...

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Thermaltake Level 20 MT ARGB Case Review – Premium ARGB looks for under £80 Score 80%

Thermaltake Level 20 MT ARGB Case Review – Premium ARGB looks for under £80

If you liked the look of the Thermaltake Level 20 GT RGB, I reviewed last year but can’t afford the £250+ price tag then the Level 20 MT ARGB could be the case for you. Priced at a very reasonable £84.98 on Scan or £79.99 with Overclockers this case offers both premium features and looks for RGB fans on a budget. Thermaltake CA-1M7-00M1WN-00 Level 20 MT ARGB Mid Tower Tempered Glass Computer Case - Black £89.99 in stock 5 new from £89.99 Buy Now Amazon.co.uk Last updated on 29th May 2020 4:33 pm While this may adopt the Level...

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Thermaltake View 37 ARGB Mid-Tower PC Case Review

The View 37 ARGB is a curious design from Thermaltake, shaking things up for a purely rectangular design used for most other cases on the market. While still pretty much a rectangle, they have taken the popular windowed side panel design and wrap it around to the top panel giving both an elegant design and a much larger view of your case than other options. This model sits somewhere in the middle ground in terms of pricing, at £139.90 on Amazon it is much more wallet-friendly than some of the recent Thermaltake reviews I have done including the superb...

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Thermaltake View 71 Tempered Glass Full Tower Chassis Review

My recent review of the Thermaltake A500 chassis highlighted that it was a departure from Thermaltake's preference of all glass all RGB design choices. Well, the Thermaltake View 71 could be the poster child of Thermaltake’s recent design philosophy. This isn't a bad thing though, RGB and tempered glass are massively popular at the moment, and the View 71 has been out for a while now and received almost universal praise. Features The View 71 is near the top of the Thermaltake line-up with only the View 91 above it in the View line, and the A500 and Level...

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Thermaltake A500 Aluminium Tempered Glass Edition Mid Tower Chassis Review Score 88%

Thermaltake A500 Aluminium Tempered Glass Edition Mid Tower Chassis Review

A few days ago, Thermaltake officially announced the A500 TG Aluminium Tempered Glass Edition Mid Tower Chassis and this represents an elegant departure from the all glass all RGB style that Thermaltake has been focussing on recently. Features The A500 features a sleek aluminium front panel, two 4mm tempered glass panels, two pre-installed 120mm front fans and a 120mm rear fan for optimal system ventilation. It has a built-in power supply cover for clean and easy cable management and also supports up to a standard ATX motherboard. Accommodating the latest PC hardware including the most advanced graphics cards and...

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Thermaltake V200 TG RGB PC Case Review Score 85%

Thermaltake V200 TG RGB PC Case Review

In the past few weeks, I have reviewed a couple of premium Thermaltake cases including the Level 20 XT and the Level 20 GT RGB. While these cases are both lust-worthy, they are likely out of the budget range for many PC gamers. The View 22 was an excellent affordable option, and today I have the V200 TG RGB which is not all that different from the View 22. Features & Build Quality Similar to the 22 this has a full-length 4mm tempered glass panel on the left side, which is held on with thumbscrews in each corner. The...

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