Monday, January 4th 2021

SilentiumPC Announces Ventum VT4 Cases

SilentiumPC, the European manufacturer of CPU coolers, Power Supply Units and PC cases, extends the recently introduced Ventum PC Case series by four new models. The new midi-towers are designed to meet the demands for airflow-oriented systems with the latest high-end components.

The Ventum VT4 line-up offers exceptional air-flow, which has been achieved by incorporating mesh in the front and top of the chassis. In addition to that, even the interior layout has been optimized to further improve the flow of air from the front to the back and the top, depending on the user's preference. While the Ventum VT4 TG base model comes with two pre-installed 120 mm case fans, the Ventum VT4V TG and the Ventum VT4V Evo TG ARGB (Black or White) are equipped with four case fans out of the box.
The interior was designed to house up to 8 case fans in total. They can be installed in the front, rear, top and on top of the PSU compartment. In addition to that, the Ventum VT4 series is compatible with a wide range of AIO liquid cooling systems with radiator sizes of up to 280. With the supplied splitter, users can easy connection and control the case fans and even the addressable RGB illumination in case of the EVO ARGB models.

Ventum VT4 TG
The base model is Ventum VT4 TG. It covers all above listed features and comes with a full-size tempered glass side-panel. Ventum VT4 TG is equipped with removable and easy to clean dust-filters in the top and bottom, underneath the power supply unit. This configuration comes with two pre-installed high-pressure Sigma HP 120 mm CF fans, rotating with maximum 1.200 RPM.

The Ventum VT4 series offers plenty of room for high-end components, supporting VGA card with a maximum length of 345 mm and CPU air coolers with up to 159 mm height. The lower compartment is designed to accommodate up to two 3,5" Hard Drives. Three 2.5" Solid State Drives can be mounted in the service area behind the mainboard.

Ventum VT4V TG
For even better air-flow, the Ventum VT4V TG is bundled with four instead of two high-pressure Sigma HP 120 mm CF fans. All features and advantages of the base model are covered by this "V"-variant.

Ventum VT4V EVO TG ARGB
The Ventum VT4V EVO TG ARGB is the top-of-the-line model of the Ventum VT4 series and comes in the two flavours black and white. Both versions are essentially identical except for the color. The bundle includes four of SilentiumPC's new high-pressure Stella HP ARGB 120 mm CF case fans, rotating at max 1.200 rpm, providing superb airflow right out of the box. The fans are equipped with addressable RGB LEDs, allowing for amazing lighting effects and colour schemes. Users can use the supplied Nano-Reset ARGB controller to control the fans or the splitter for a total of five ARGB devices and five fans, making it possible to connect them to one socket in the controller or motherboard. The supported ARGB systems include ASRock Polychrome Sync, Asus Aura Sync and MSI Mystic Light.

Modern I/O panel
All the important ports and buttons are easily accessible in the top of the front-panel. The I/O panel includes two USB 3.2 Gen1 (3.0) ports, audio in and out ports, and a Power and Reset button.

All four of the new Ventum VT4 models are available from online shops and retailers as of today.
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10 Comments on SilentiumPC Announces Ventum VT4 Cases

#2
AsRock
TPU addict
I would get one if the PSU was not at the bottom.
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#3
sepheronx
AsRock
I would get one if the PSU was not at the bottom.
I was gonna say that the case I found to be rather unique in a way is the Rosewill Prism cases. Airflow is mostly from the bottom (3 fans) and 1 at the back blowing out. Some have said the airflow is sufficient. While I would be happy with a mesh at the front, its a nice case and the psu mount is at the top.
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#4
tvamos
sepheronx
I was gonna say that the case I found to be rather unique in a way is the Rosewill Prism cases. Airflow is mostly from the bottom (3 fans) and 1 at the back blowing out. Some have said the airflow is sufficient. While I would be happy with a mesh at the front, its a nice case and the psu mount is at the top.
That Prism case is just a copy of inwin 101, but yes, they look unique among todays cases.
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#5
AsRock
TPU addict
sepheronx
I was gonna say that the case I found to be rather unique in a way is the Rosewill Prism cases. Airflow is mostly from the bottom (3 fans) and 1 at the back blowing out. Some have said the airflow is sufficient. While I would be happy with a mesh at the front, its a nice case and the psu mount is at the top.
Main reason i am against bottom mounted PSU's is GPU air flow. would like a new case too been waiting so long to find one haha. But really i should just cut some holes in my current one and flip the PSU so it just takes air from side panel haha.
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#6
sutyi
sepheronx
Wow.

Very unique

/s
You mean like 99% of the square desktop cases? :confused:

Sometimes I honestly don't know what are you lot expecting from a entry to midrange product in this segment.

You get a mesh front, 2-4 decently quiet fans even, a TG side panel, 4-way PWM fan hub and magnetic dust filter top and bottom. Can fit almost any cooling solution and long-boy graphics card.

...and it cost like 60-70EUR depending on the variant.
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#7
DeathtoGnomes
by incorporating mesh in the front and top of the chassis.
wow someone is paying attention to front panel criticism!

Either that or the person designing the case actually has more common sense than those with the glass front panels
AsRock
Main reason i am against bottom mounted PSU's is GPU air flow. would like a new case too been waiting so long to find one haha. But really i should just cut some holes in my current one and flip the PSU so it just takes air from side panel haha.
most bottom mounted psu's I have seen use the bottom as an intake so air doesnt really flow into the case. My case psu is side mounted to intake from the side and out the back.
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#8
sepheronx
sutyi
You mean like 99% of the square desktop cases? :confused:

Sometimes I honestly don't know what are you lot expecting from a entry to midrange product in this segment.

You get a mesh front, 2-4 decently quiet fans even, a TG side panel, 4-way PWM fan hub and magnetic dust filter top and bottom. Can fit almost any cooling solution and long-boy graphics card.

...and it cost like 60-70EUR depending on the variant.
I understand what you mean but the general issue is that it is more a copy and paste. Some brands like inwin, rosewill and alike try to do something different while not costing a lot either.

Yes, there are general limits one can do with internal space but at least try. My biggest gripe is how tall most ATX cases are. Why not more makers look at cube cases and or just overall smaller ATX cases?

But yes, I shouldn't expect much from budget cases
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#9
AsRock
TPU addict
DeathtoGnomes
wow someone is paying attention to front panel criticism!

Either that or the person designing the case actually has more common sense than those with the glass front panels


most bottom mounted psu's I have seen use the bottom as an intake so air doesnt really flow into the case. My case psu is side mounted to intake from the side and out the back.
Yeah mines at the top and i like it there as it allows you to have extra cooling for the GPU if needed. Just never got around to making the holes as i thought when i made the holes a case would pop up haha.



Sadly little on the pricey side, don't need that air flow restriction either.
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