Thermaltake is beating the Computex rush by showing off the latest in the Versa N line of gamer-focused cases, the N26. Compared to its siblings in the Versa N-series, it features relatively understated styling with smooth, straight lines and softly rounded surfaces. This full-sized steel ATX case is a modern, PSU-on-bottom design with what Thermaltake is calling "1+4+1" drive bays. That bit of marketing-speak describes the case's single 5.25" bay, four 3.5" bays, and single 2.5" mount. Three of the 3.5" bays are on removable drive trays that can also accept 2.5" drives. Seven expansion slots and support for graphics cards up to 360mm in length mean builders could pack in some serious power.
Those with fire-breathing ambitions might be stymied by the case's single included 120-mm exhaust fan. Thermaltake includes room for two more 120-mm fans in the top and two in the front. Thermaltake says that the top vent will accept a 240-mm radiator, as well, and the rear fan can be removed to fit an additional 120-mm radiator. Two USB 2.0 ports, a USB 3.0 port, and audio jacks sit on this case's front panel. Thermaltake hasn't announced pricing yet, and the new case hasn't appeared in US shops, but international pricing suggests this Versa will run $60 in the States after Computex.
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