Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Commander MS-I
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Not intended for liquid cooling
Barbara Justicia, Amazon
3 March 2014
Summary: Case looks good and for the price it's OK. Things to keep in mind are that this is a case strictly for air cooling, don't even think about fitting in liquid cooling. There's no room for even a small compact unit like an H55 (corsair)...unless you seriously mod the case.
Summary: The best part about this case has to be the look. The side window, black interior, white exterior, and the blue led fan all go really well together and I don't think you can get a better looking case for the money.
Summary: I bought this case because I LOVE Thermaltake and I needed something cheap for a RAID box. If I purchased this for a desktop with aftermarket parts, I would have returned it. DO NOT PAY FULL PRICE FOR THIS CASE!
Pros: The case was on sale for $40 and offers some features that resemble those of a high end full tower.
Cons: The build materials are cheap. The plastic tool-free clips are flimsy and do not fit all types of drives. The expansion card slot & wire management systems are very poorly designed and leave very little to be desired. ****The two top fan brackets are designed for 120mm or smaller fans and the fan...
Summary: The case is worth the cost. For a budget gamer, it will get the job done and look pretty good in the process. I put a couple red LED fans to accentuate the look. The case is pretty sturdy. It definitely has a plastic feel, but I couldn't tell by looking at it.
Summary: Overall, I really do like the case, mostly for it's aesthetic value. I am *very* disappointed in the poorly designed fan placement, however. It boasts four extra fan mounts, but you can't use half of them. It does have good cord management (both side panels come off for ease).
Pros: Price, aesthetics, USB3, side panel view, painted interior
Cons: I had a lot of problems with this case. First, the "front intake" fan mount is impossible. The holes are too small for the size fan it calls for. And then the top mounted fans are placed too closely to the motherboard, and don't fit! The only way to get the fan in is to install it *between* the t...
Pros: This is a good looking case that is easy to work with. Feels solid.
Cons: The front panel USB 3.0 port has a cable that needs to be plugged into a rear USB 3.0 port on your MB. There was no easy way to do this without punching out one of the expansion card plates. Case includes a single cooling fan.
not amazing not terrible thats all i can say the front ...
4 weeks ago
Summary: not amazing not terrible thats all i can say the front ubs headers are plugged in through a full usb3 cable in to the back of my mother board so i wasent happy about that but asside from that its a solid case and thats that
Excerpt: Guter preis!Es gibt doch drei punkte auszusetzen,1.Die atx blende meines mainboards hatt kaum gepasst, musste bestimmt zehn minuten land friemeln bis ich die blende drin, und das mainboard hinterher geschoben bekommen habe.2.Der hintere der lüfter an der oberseite des gehäuses schrammt an der...