At the front are a whole lot of drive bays but they’re not removable, it’s understandable as these bays do provide structural support to the chassis. Don’t worry about fitting long cards, the Versa casing has enough room to cater for cards of great length.
This is the back of the casing, not exactly the roomiest of casing but it’s sufficient to hide cables.
What I like about the Versa is that the panels aren’t flat, this gives quite a lot of room for cable management.
As for the cutout for heatsink, I think Versa is rather limited. As you can see from the photo below, the cutout wouldn’t work well with bigger mounting plates BUT going by the cutout’s placement, I think it’ll work quite well with Mini-ITX boards.
I think the most interesting part about the casing is the front panel filter, not only is it removable, it is also the critical component that holds the front intake fans in place.
The filter clips any 120mm fan securely so it doesn’t rattle and what I appreciate the most is that I need not make effort to twist the screws into place.
Here are the specs for the casing.
More details at the official product page.
The Versa H21 / H22 / H23 casing retails at RM 129, which I think makes this casing very impressive. Sure, there are flaws here and there but what more can one ask for from a casing of this price?
*Note : Each model comes with only ONE front panel. 🙂
🙂 Here’s the final product photo with the Versa H23.
Great Review. I enjoyed building my PC with the H21. Guess I didn’t do enough research about the lack of space at the top of the case. I assumed I’d be able to install a H100i water cooling system in that space.
One question, in the final picture, what CPU fan is that?
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