Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Commander MS-I
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Thermaltake Commander MS-I Mid Tower
3 July 2012
Excerpt: The new Commander MS-I is a new case aimed at the budget-minded DIYer. The case is priced at the lower price spectrum, retailing for about $40-$60. The pricing depends on where it is purchased from as well as if it comes with fans or out. But what do you get for this incredible low price?
Thermaltake Commander MS-I Epic Edition Case Video Review
14 January 2012
Summary: Like the original MS-I Case the Epic Edition is a great case. Budget cases have a lot of live up to since they have to look great, come with lots of features and be affordable. This combination is not always possible and sometimes doesn't work, but the Thermaltake Commander MS-I Epic Edition Case...
Summary: Budget cases have a lot of live up to since they have to look great, come with lots of features and be affordable. This combination is not always possible and sometimes doesn't work, but the Thermaltake Commander MS-I Case delivers.
Summary: The Thermaltake Commander MS-I chassis is the perfect example of how small things in cases could make all the difference. If you look at the USB 2.0 version, then the market offers many other enclosures from various manufacturers which tend to offer the same or better level of quality and at least...
Pros: USB 3.0 connectivity, Cool and detailed design, Real 3.5 inch bay, Excellent, solid front for the price, LED equipped fan in the rear, Tool-less on three HDD and two ODD bays, Simple cable management possibilities, Bottom mounted PSU, Completely detachable case front, All black internals, 2.5 inc...
Cons: The USB 2.0 version costs just as much and thus will not sell, Plastic locks do not hold too well, Top vents not usable for a radiator, Bottom air vent has no dust filter, No space behind the mainboard tray for easy cable hiding/management, USB 3.0 with external connector