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Thermaltake Versa J24 TG ARGB Midi-Tower Review

Conclusion on Thermaltake Versa J24 TG ARGB Review

Now we come to the final conclusion of the Thermaltake Versa J24 TG ARGB. Features that stand out positively are definitely the good space conditions, the cable management and the four pre-installed fans or the resulting airflow. The design is a bit more playful than many current cases, but in no way exaggerates. In addition, the large glass side window and RGB-capable fans make it easy to showcase the built-in system and combine it with other RGB hardware.

Unfortunately, there are also points that cloud the overall impression. Two of the three dust filters can therefore only be removed inconveniently. The complete absence of a control option for the speed of the four pre-installed fans also raises a few questions. In addition there is the price of currently € 75.17. In this price range a lot of other manufacturers or cases are cavorting with the same features. Addressable RGB fans are of little use if they will probably be too loud for many users in the long run. Only the very good airflow clearly stands out in times of closed glass fronts.

Friends of design should rather choose the cheaper version without LED fan and then purchase a separate RGB fan set (e.g. the Thermaltake Ring RGB series).

Thermaltake Versa J24 TG

Workmanship
Features
Structure
Cooling
Value for Money

Spacious midi tower with good airflow and RGB features, but with an overall too high price for the total package offered.

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