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Thermaltake H200 TG RGB – Spacious Midi Tower With Discreet RGB Lighting

Capitulation of the Thermaltake H200 TG RGB

Let us now move on to the final evaluation of the Thermaltake H200 TG. Especially convincing were the general haptics and optics, the material quality and the discreet but appealing RGB accents. The tempered glass, which is mounted on armouring, also makes mounting the sidepanel much easier than mounting it with four knurled screws. Together with the good cable management system, anyone who wants to can present their system in an appealing way in this midi tower.

But there are also points that we didn’t like. The main point of criticism is the design of the front panel, which differs from the published product pictures. Advertising is done with ventilation slots on both sides. At least in our review sample only the left side has openings. Since we have already tested other cases with such a design, one can clearly say that the omission of these openings noticeably worsens the airflow. Why Thermaltake goes this way is not quite clear to us.

Finally, we have the price. Thermaltake requires for the black version € 77.59 and for the white version € 82.39. The competing products with a comparable quality cost similarly much, but can sometimes offer more pre-installed fans and a better airflow. The Thermaltake H200 TG is a good case, but can’t really stand out from the mass of other RGB cases.

Thermaltake H200 TG RGB

Value for Money

Chic midi tower with RGB accents, but slight weaknesses in airflow.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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