Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Commander MS-I
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This case is great. It has lots of prefab mounts for 12" ...
Jason Sorensen, Amazon
16 July 2014
Summary: This case is great. It has lots of prefab mounts for 12" fans. I was able to get a sealed water CPU cooler in but only the single size. The double sized radiator wouldn't fit. There wasn't clearance between it and the RAM. The audio plugs on the front are just mounted on a plastic crossbeam so they flex when you plug in headphones, mics, or USBs. I'll probably add a strip of metal to reinforce it, but Thermaltake should have done that for us.
Summary: The case looks really good. And Is setup up perfect, All my specs fit in it and I have everything sorted. + I still have alot more room. I would recommend this to everyone who Is a beginner who wants a cheap pc.!
Summary: Really nice case for the price. My only two gripes are the lack of space for cable management, and the fact that the USB and audio ports on the front are loose and sometimes hard to plug things into because of it.
Summary: honestly it was a nice case for the price but still is not nearly big enough for what im running ( see user submitted picture haha) you can fit the biggest video cards available in here and has holes for water cooling. the only downside is the top fan slots are not function with a full atx board, you cannot fit them on the inside of the case with these boards also the red side cover is nice but if you have blacklights etc you wont see any of that.
Summary: I find this case to be almost perfect for my needs cable management for me is not needed with the bottom mounted power supply cables stay out of the way just fine got the front fan in just fine you cannot get 2 fans in the top and the 1 you can is right on the ram clips but the easy solution is to put in as much ram and as fast ram that your board can support then you do not have to worry about taking the fan out to change the ram also would have done away with the pass...
Summary: pros Fits my entire high end build: msi- a970-g43 motherboard fx 6350 processor gskill sniper ram radeon 6950 enermax t40 silent cpu cooler with two 120mm fans 600w coolermaster psu and four 120mm case fans and room for one more on the top painted all the way through red and black.
Summary: the ms-i commander epic edition is a great looking case. the front panel looks grate the inside is all red and it just looks good but their is only one problem. the mother board you put into it has to match. this is the only flaw in the product i can tell. several other reviews act like this thing is to small so when i got the case i was surprised at how big it really was.
Summary: This case looks awesome and has very nice air flow very happy with it. Down side is I did not look at the size. When I think of a Mid Tower I think of 18-20 inches, This case is the smallest Mid Tower you can get at 16 inches.
Summary: Overall, a great case. This is my first computer build, but I have looked at other computer cases for custom-built rigs. I would recommend this to anyone that wants to save money. Value: For the given price, I could not find a better case. With the saying "you get what you pay for", I was afraid of receiving a low-quality product. There is ample room for someone who isn't finicky, and seeing as this is my first build, I loved it.
Pros: Fantastic value for price, Spacious, Aesthetically pleasing, Cable Management
Cons: Quality of side-panel, Fan-mount, Cable management (see summary)